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Downtown Mesa Music Festival seeks to bring community together in celebration

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A view of Art Alexakis, lead singer of Everclear, at a recent performance at the Mesa Music Festival in downtown Mesa. (File Photos/DigitalFreePress)
Downtown Mesa Music Festival runs April 18 through April 20
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press

The Mesa Music Festival, happening April 18 through 20, is an emerging festival in Arizona.

The free community event is expected to include over 250 performances in an effort to transform the streets of downtown Mesa into a vibrant celebration of music, with performances filling every corner, according to a press release.

Attendees can expect an eclectic lineup featuring both established and up and coming artists, showcasing the diverse talent that Arizona has to offer. The festival also attracts artists from across the country and beyond, the release states.

“We are thrilled to bring the Mesa Music Festival to downtown Mesa for the seventh year,” said Indian Antao, director of the Mesa Music Festival, in a prepared statement. “With an incredible lineup of performers and exciting events planned, this year’s festival promises to be the biggest and best yet. Whether you’re a music enthusiast or a casual listener, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Mesa Music Festival.”

Event promoters tell the Digital Free Press, the Mesa Music Festival is unlike other festivals and conferences as artists are given access to panels and one-on-one mentoring from industry professionals for free.

The first wave of artist announcements has already generated excitement, with Grey Daze and Weathers confirmed as headliners.

“The impact of the festival is substantial for Arizona musicians, local businesses and the community at large,” said Terry Madeksza, president of the Downtown Mesa Association. “With artists and participants joining from across the globe, Mesa is truly establishing itself as a music city.”

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