Resonate Suwannee Schedule, Visual Artists, Hoop & Flow Artists

Resonate Suwannee is ready to take over the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 12-13-14, with a great lineup of EDM, jam, prog rock, jamtronica, funk, and Keller Williams goodness.

The festival will utilize two stages (which two had not been declared at the time we published), with no overlapping sets. This was a change from the original plan. Those who prefer no overlapping sets like this setup; others liked the former schedule. There is no question that constructing a third stage and manning it would have added considerable cost to the event.

There is a world of great music to hear. Let’s dive into the schedule!



Day one features park regulars Papadosio and BIG Something, Keller Williams, and a fine collaboration: KellerSquabi. And don’t forget Tripp St., Little Stranger, Cloudchord, Yama Yam, and Alex Thesleff!



Sets again bounce back and forth between the two stages from 1 p.m. to the cutoff curfew of 1:30 a.m. The Floozies and Desert Dwellers have the two late-night slots. BIG Something is back for round two, SunSquabi have their own set, and Aqueous is in town! Add Space Bacon, Primal, and Megan Hamilton to the mix.

And there are three very special sets in succession on the Moonstone Stage. Doom Flamingo is the synthwave powerhouse prog rock funk band (OK, they do it all) featuring Ryan Stasik of Umphrey’s McGee and the formidable Kanika Moore. Next up are The Omega Moos. Last time out, this amalgam included Stasik and UM bandmate Brendan Bayliss plus Jamie Shields (The New Deal) and Nick Blasky (Ray’s Music Exchange). The third of these special collaborations will be Brain Damaged Eggmen, with more Bayliss and two more UM guys — Jake Cinninger and Kris Myers — plus a pair of Biscuits (The Disco variety) — Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner — doing Pink Floyd and The Beatles.



The final day is similarly slammed with great music, topped by EDM magic from The Polish Ambassador, Emancipator, Daily Bread, and Mize. On the funk, rock, and jam side of things you’ll hear The Motet, more SunSquabi, Spafford, Ripe, and Neighbor. Round all of that out with Proxima Parada (two sets) and Skiz.


Lots more to do and see in addition to 800 magnificent acres of pines and oaks!


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