12PM - Matt Monta

Matt Monta is an Ohio born-and-bred musician who performs original music threaded by folk, blues, and American rock influences. He performs solo with his voice, acoustic, guitar, and boots as accompaniment. Recently, he takes the stage with a five-piece American rock band called the Haymakers, which includes crunchy telecasters, wailing keys, storming drum tracks, and thumping bass lines.
1PM - Oliver Oak

Oliver Oak is a five-piece folk-pop band that drives home its intricate melodies with stunning vocal harmony and dynamic instrumentation. Their music is potent and ambitious... for lovers of Patrick Watson, Andrew Bird, Local Natives, Fleet Foxes, and Feist.

2PM - Moving Parts

Founded by singer/songwriter Keith Jenkins in 2004, the Moving Parts are a group of well traveled music veterans. After spending several years in bands trying to get out of the midwest each band member has now embraced Columbus, Ohio as home and the music is about this very concept. The band mixes straight ahead rock, with a little bit of Petty-esque jangle, topped off with some tasty hooks.
3PM - Hebdo

"Adventure-Folk" is the latest moniker from Columbus, Ohio born and glazed musician Hebdo. Live shows consist of an energetic and magnetizing Hebdo that's had 10 years of experience on the stage. Polarity is key; and diversity is inevitable, drawing influences from artists like Robert Plant, Andrew Bird, The Temptations, the Beatles, his father and his Grandfather.

4PM - Studio D

With a smooth blend of synth and electric guitar, STUDIO D is a new duo of sound. Hummable electronic hooks, clean riffs, and a mashup of vocals that deliver a spectrum of good vibes. Both members call Columbus home and bring a unique writing style influenced by soulful rock and iconic film scores.

Notchet plays the American Songbook from a west coast and cool jazz tradition. Thoughtful vocals lead the group through inspired arrangements and improvisation that is easily relatable.