Launchpad is proud to present the 7th Annual All Roads Music Festival, set for May 19 + 20, 2023 in beautiful Belfast, Maine.
All Roads Music Festival is a two-day festival and celebration of indie music that brings some of the finest emerging musicians under one banner in a city known for its passionate support of the arts and locally grown creative talent. 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 hiphop.
Over 40 Performing Artists are featured each year, representing 150+ Maine musicians. The festival also includes discussion panels, curated showcases, and the annual Maine Songwriter’s Circle.
The Festival began in 2015 and celebrated it’s 6th festival in 2022, after missing two years due to covid-related gathering restrictions.
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.
Learn more about what Belfast has to offer at Our Town Belfast.
All Roads takes place at various venues throughout the city of Belfast, and includes The American Legion Hall, The Bazz Theatre, The First Church of Belfast, The Belfast Free Library, and Three Tides & Marshall Wharf Brewing Co. A full listing of venues will be posted with the full schedule.
Festival Passes are available that allow admission to all official venues. New to the festival in 2023 are Official Showcases, which feature blocks of bands and artists that we feel compliment each other’s sound and style.