We’ve already given you our picks for the night shows – now, here’s what we think you should be seeing while working off that hangover you gave yourself. The weather looks awesome – mid-to-low eighties, so don’t worry about that sweaty, pukey feeling, you normally have at festival day shows…this should be the perfect weekend to live it up. See our suggestions below.
Kings/Neptune’s: Moss of Aura, Zack Mexico, Oulipo, Casual Curious, Bronzed Chorus, Savage Knights, Alligator Indian; noon-5 p.m.
Schoolkids Records: Magnolia Collective, Old Quarter, Caleb Caudle, Roseland, 1-4:30 p.m.
Slim’s: Naked Gods, Lonnie Walker, Invisible Hand, The Critters, Gray Young; noon-5 p,m.
Tir na nOg: Solar Halos, Once & Future Kings, The Human Eyes, Ameriglow; noon-5:30 p.m.
Deep South: River City Ransom, Hank Sinatra, Kenny Roby, Brett Harris, Onward Soldiers; noon-5 p.m.
Kings: Thurston Moore/John Moloney Caught On Tape Duo, Desert Heat, Glenn Jones, Magik Markers, Tom Carter, Jenks Miller Band, Mike Gangloff, Nathaniel Bowles; noon-5:15 p.m.
Pour House: Bitter Resolve, New Town Drunks, The Malamondos, The Low Counts, Michael Rank, Wood Ear; noon-5 p.m.
Busy Bee: Spider Bags, Torres, Drag Sounds, Other Colors, Dark Prophet Tongueless Monk; 12:30-5:30 pm.
Kings: Flesh Wounds, Gross Ghost, Spider Bags, The Kingsbury Manx; noon-5 p.m.
Legends: Architeuthis, Black Market, Alpha Cop, Drug Yacht, Irata, Midnight Plus One, Phantom Glue (theater stage); Hoax Hunters, Snowy Owls, DiNola, Dripping Slits, Hog, The Bronzed Chorus (patio stage); noon-5 p.m.
Lincoln Theatre: Chris Stamey & the Fellow Travellers Orchestra, Lonnie Walker, Debonzo Brothers, Organos
Raleigh Little Theatre: Steve Gunn, Spacin’, Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band, Pelt & Daniel Bachman, The Black Twig Pickers, Birds of Maya, Lonnie Holley, Promised Land Sound; noon-5:30 p.m.
Raleigh Times Bar: Mandolin Orange, Doug Paisley, Lowland Hum, Cousins; noon-5 p.m.
Slim’s: Jamaican Queens, Hemlock Ernst, Ghostt Bllonde, Softspot, Deleted Scenes, Rapdragons, Wing Dam, Norwegian Arms; noon-5 p.m.