Creative Nation Music Festival Coming March 28-29th

On Saturday, March 28th and Sunday, March 29th, Boston’s Creative Nation Music will present the first Creative Nation Music Festival at the Cambridge Family YMCA Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

The official local celebration of the label’s fifth anniversary, and the culmination of its four-state package tour of New England, the festival will feature seven bands over the course of two nights. 

The first night, hosted by Creative Nation Music recording artists, Quartet of Happiness, will be headlined by special guests, Mostly Other People Do The Killing (MOPDtK). 

Sunday night will be hosted by guitarist and Creative Nation Music founder, Eric Hofbauer, and conclude with the official Boston CD release party for Muse (CNM 015), the new recording by The Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra with special guest George Garzone. 

The festival’s other performers will be the 1980’s-loving saxophone duo Ronald Reagan, the jazz-cum-avant-rock band Scurvy and Creative Nation Music recording artists, the Garrison Fewell/Eric Hofbauer Duo and Eric Hofbauer & The Infrared Band.

Saturday, March 28th at 7:00 p.m.
Ronald Reagan
Scurvy
Quartet of Happiness
Mostly Other People Do The Killing

Sunday, March 29th at 7:30 p.m.
Garrison Fewell/Eric Hofbauer Duo
Eric Hofbauer & The Infrared Band
The Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra with special guest George Garzone

The Cambridge Family YMCA Theatre is located at 820 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square.  Tickets will be available at the door for $15 per night ($10 with student ID) and $22 for a festival pass ($15 with student ID) that includes a free CD. Event details and more information about Creative Nation Music can be obtained at http://cnmpro.com.

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