Local indie label Grasshopper Juice Records present its fifth annual Adjust Your Eyes Music & Art Festival Friday and Saturday, an eclectic, camping-friendly event being held at the Branch Hill VFW Hall (6652 Epworth Road, Loveland). The festival features visual art from local artists, over two hours worth of stand-up and sketch comedy and fun asides like a dunking booth, a basketball tournament (manned by members of several bands) and obstacle course races.
The weekend's main draw, though, is its 30-plus musical acts performing on two stages, one outside and one indoors.
The fun begins Friday at 7 p.m. On the outdoor stage, Peter Adams & the Nocturnal Collective, SHADOWRAPTR, Andy Cook, Kumasi MC and Cane & Able perform. Inside Friday, you can catch Headband, The Ohms, Bubble Life, Vaudeville Freud, The Never Setting Suns and Joe Wolf.
Friday and Saturday nights both end with a late-night dance party featuring DJ Stump, C-Los, Juan Cosby, DJ Effloresco and others.
If you choose to camp (it’s free!), you’ll be able to roll out of your tent around noon to start catching the entertainment. Scheduled to appear on the outdoor stage: No No Knots (pictured), Chick Pimp, Coke Dealer at a Bar, Kry Kids, Where They Landed, Fidel Catastrophe, Perfect Norm, Pie Party, Baoku & The Image Afrobeat Band, Lazy Ass Destroyer, Midnight Hours, Shiny Old Soul and Billy Wallace. Inside Saturday, you can see and hear The Skeetones, Pharaoh Loosey, Nine-Fold, Crazy Legs, Sassy Molasses, Zella Whelms, Just Like Monsters, Jason Anthony Harris, Jordin Golf, Miguel Morte Valentine and much more.
Admission is $20 ($10 tickets will be available on Saturday after 10 p.m. for the fashionably late).