A good time will be had by all, May 2 & 3!  Prepare for some fun and a full weekend of live, free music!

The music lineup for this year’s Arts in Harmony will include both local and imported talent and a broad spectrum of musical genres that range from bluegrass to blues and folk to funk.

Kicking off the festival at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 2, is singer/songwriter Steve Tyner, whose band Jenny’s Bad Hair Day, plays frequently in venues in and around Evansville.

Posey County’s Circle of Friends takes over at noon with a repertoire that includes country, pop, rockabilly, and standards.

Harmony Road is next at 2 p.m., serving up a tasty musical menu of pop, folk, blues, country, and originals, all in lush three-part harmony.

Native American recording artist Michael Jacobs takes over at 3 p.m.

At 6 p.m. there will be dancing in the street as Evansville’s popular Honey Roy Band deliver a set of funk and rhythm & blues.

On Sunday at noon, neo-traditionalists Dana and Susan Robinson will perform acoustic folk music that evokes the sounds of the Appalachian hills.

At 1:30 the Flatheads will play bluegrass, folk, rock, jazz, blues, and world music.

Capping the bill at 3:30 will be the blues/rock quartet of Tommy Stilwell, Mike Rodenberg, Carl Rodenberg, and Mickey Grimm!