Music is Art 2018
[FESTIVAL] There are a lot of different ways to experience Music is Art—but there’s no way to see it all. That means you must make choices. With nearly 1,000 musicians, artists, and DJs spread across something like 22 stages, you’ll want to plan out at least some of your day if you’re heading to the festival this weekend. Spontaneity is good too, but don’t miss out the stuff you know you want to see. And for that reason, we’ll give you a tip: You can find a link to a massive Google Docs schedule on the Music is Art Facebook event page that breaks everything down in an easy-to-navigate, color-coded document. For those that don’t know, Music is Art is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2003 by Robby Takac, bassist of Goo Goo Dolls. The 16th annual Music is Art Festival happens this Saturday, September 8 at Buffalo Riverworks and River Fest Park. As always, it’s free and open to the public.