All Roads is a two-day festival and celebration of indie music, featuring some of the most talented local music artists from across the state and region. The festival features performances in a variety of genres including indie rock, folk, pop, bluegrass and indie folk musicians, as well as performers from related contemporary genres, such as alternative country, punk and hip-hop.
The Festival began in 2015 and will celebrate it’s 6th Anniversary in 2020. Due to the COVID-19 State of Emergency, the event has been postponed and will be held for the first time in the fall.
The festival will offer over thirty performances, representing 150+ Maine musicians. The festival also includes discussion panels, curated showcases and the Maine Songwriters Circle.
Belfast is located in mid-coast Maine. It sits on a hill overlooking the breathtaking tidal waters of Penobscot Bay. Settled in 1765, Belfast’s past and present speak of its creativity, innovation, tradition, community, and independence. It is the economic hub and county seat of Waldo County with a dynamic working waterfront, picturesque sea captains’ mansions, the country’s oldest shoe store, and more art galleries than any city of its size in the state.
Info on local food + drink options can be found here.
All Roads takes place at various venues throughout the city of Belfast including the Belfast Free Library, the American Legion Hall, Waterfall Arts and more. A full listing of venues will be posted with the full schedule.
Festival Passes are available that allow admission to all official venues. Tickets to individual performances are typically made available closer to the event.