In Photos: Heartwood Music Festival

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On Saturday, Gainesville unveiled its first-ever live-recording venue, the Heartwood Soundstage. More than 20 bands performed at the Heartwood Music Festival, presented by Springbok Booking & Media and Swamp Records, to commemorate the new venue.

Including both indoor and outdoor shows, the crowd was able to listen to different genres of music while enjoying the new venue and the outdoors. As well as providing two stages, they were able to enjoy food and crafts from different vendors.

Endless Pools performs on the outside stage on Saturday at the Heartwood Music Festival in Gainesville. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

A crowd gathers to listen to Endless Pools during the Heartwood Music Festival. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

Hail Cassius Neptune performs at the Heartwood Soundstage during the Heartwood Music Festival Saturday. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

The crowd rocks out at Gainesville’s new live-recording venue., the Heartwood Soundstage on Saturday. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

Onna Muyer hoops during the band, HEDGES’, performance. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

The band HEDGES jazzes up the crowd at the Heartwood Music Festival. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

Jordan Goldstein hands out free pancakes to festival-goers. The event was one of several in Gainesville this weekend, including the Chimera Fest, also on Saturday, and Active Streets Gainesville, which occurred Sunday. (Claudia Forster Torres/WUFT News)

 

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