Save the Music Lineup — June 26


We’ll see you downtown as our Save the Music Outdoor Performance series continues
Saturday from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

We’re keeping an eye on the forecast and will announce any changes to the schedule/lineup on social media as needed. Follow our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages for the most immediate updates.

Tune in to WCHL 97.9 FM daily to support local Chapel Hill musicians! Catch Live & Local with host Aaron Keck from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Visit Chapelboro.com for more information.

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Emma Jane 

Catch Emma Jane at 140 West Franklin Street (by Que Chula & Summit Coffee).

Follow Emma on Instagram & listen to her music on Spotify.

Andrew Kasab

Catch Andrew Kasab at Talulla’s on West Franklin Street.

Andrew Kasab is a Modern Folk artist, American fingerstyle guitarist, harp guitarist, baritone guitarist and singer-songwriter. He is known for combining traditional and contemporary techniques and energetic performances.

He is a nationally touring musician with over 30 years experience and has released 12 albums of solo material.

Andrew is a BMI artist and is endorsed by K&K Sound and Timberline Guitars.

Learn more about Andrew by visiting his website.

The Hourglass Kids

Catch The Hourglass Kids at Peace and Justice Plaza @ 179 E. Franklin St.

“The Hourglass Kids” are a Reggae / Psychedelic Rock fusion band that incorporates a variety of musical elements into our musical experience. The musical and instrumental diversity as a six-member band allows this group to explore, improvise, and unify sound throughout the course of a song.

All of the band members are either students or recent graduates of Chapel Hill or NC State who feel fortunate to call North Carolina our home. The band says, “We appreciate the abundance of nature this state has to offer, which is why its mountains, forests, and beaches often find their way into our music.”

Our mission through music is to inspire listeners to dance. At gigs, The Hourglass Kids have the most fun when the crowd is on its feet and moving to the beat. “We believe that dancing is a form of self-expression that comes from a place of confidence and security, or in other words: self-love. From personal experience, we know it’s easier to love one another after finding a little love for ourselves. Growing a network of love on Earth is the only long-term solution to the world’s major problems. This is why and how we drive so much energy into our music: it helps keep the planet (as well as ourselves) forever young. Let the Kids play!”

Follow on Instagram. Listen on Spotify.