Freight & Salvage will again host a free music festival and block party in front of its downtown Berkeley club.
Freight Fest will take place on Saturday, Sept. 28 with three stages of live music as well as food trucks and other family-oriented activities. The lineup includes numerous local, national and international folk, traditional and world music acts such as the John Santos Sextet, composed of local musicians; New Orleans bluesman Chris Thomas King, Western swing trio Hot Club of Cowtown and Cabo-Verdean vocalist Lucibela.
Inside the Freight & Salvage, artists will include singer-songwriters like Adrienne Shamszad, Maurice Tani’s honky tonk noir, Americana duo Misner & Smith and social activist musician Diana Gameros; Emma’s Revolution with Vicki Randle, and Miko Marks.
The festival will run from 10:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Food will be available for sale from local food trucks and inside The Freight. Beer and wine will be sold indoors and a beer tent will be available on Addison Street. For more information, visit the venue’s website.