After a long break from a lot of in-person events the past few years, it's exciting to look forward to another live in-person event that we've missed out on the past few years and a music festival to boot.
All Roads Music Festival, Maine's indie music celebration, is back in Belfast this year, bringing alternative, vibey music to Belfast once again. The festival is a two-day event kicking off the summer concert season on Friday, May 20th, and Saturday, May 21st. and specializes in alt music forms, from punk to hip hop to bluegrass and everything in between.
This will be its 6th event having postponed events for a few years due to the pandemic.
All Roads Headliners for 2022
While we've known about the festival dates for some time we've just learned who the headliners of the festival will be All Roads just announced their headlining acts on Friday.
Dozens of artists are included in the festival each year taking over many locations in one of Maine's most vibing towns. Headliners for the festival this year are two lady-led acts. Let's take a closer look at this years' headliners.
All Roads Music Festival 2022 Headliner Lady Lamb
The headliner for day 1 of the All Roads Music Festival is a veteran performer and All Roads chum, Lady Lamb. According to her Spotify account, Lady Lamb is the stage name of New Hampshire native and former Mainer Aly Spaltro. As a singer/song writer/ musician/ producer, her sound is described as 'a beguiling and imaginative fusion of folk, pop, and indie rock'. She has released several albums and is signed to Ba Da Bing records.
Lady Lamb has appeared at All Roads Music Festival in the past, is set to tour parts of North America currently, and will be back for the Friday lineup of All Roads for 2022.
All Roads Music Festival 2022 Headliner Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers are a female-fronted gritty country group, a mash-up that feels like a modern outlaw country sound with a punk edge. They just released their third album and are on tour right now in the U.S.
Check out the town hosting the All Roads Music Festival, recently named Maine's hottest town in the state.