Your Guide to the 2014 Jamaica Plain Music Festival

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It’s here! More than 20 bands, all with connections to the neighborhood you love. Here’s everything you need to know to soak up the goodness of the 2014 Jamaica Plain Music Festival.

Screen shot of map of JP Music Festival

Jamaica Plain Music Festival:

Screen shot of map of JP Music Festival

Where: Pinebank Field

When: Noon to 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6

Cost: Free! (But huge free community concerts cost money. Here’s how to donate.)

How to Get to There: Walking is of course the best way to go, given the crowds. Bikes are a close second. (There are bike racks at festival.) New at this festival are two transportation options: A trolley operated by the Sam Adams Brewery and a coupon for cheaper Uber service. The trolley will be making the following stops:

Stony Brook T > Music Festival (drops at Perkins Street steps) > The Haven > The Behan > Tres Gatos > Bukhara > James’s Gate > Stony Brook T

Twitter: For the latest on the Sam Adams Trolley location and festival updates during the day, follow @jpmusicfestival. The hashtag for this year’s event is #jpmf14

Website: jpmusicfestival.com

Bands: Here’s an online playlist of most of the artists below.

Weather: High of 90, possibility of scattered severe thunderstorms after 2 p.m. So bring a poncho just in case.

Eats: There will be plenty of food options at the following food trucks and tents:

    Bon Me
    Bukhara Indian Bistro
    The Cupcakory
    JP Licks
    Mei Mei
    Roxy’s Grilled Cheese
    Stoked Wood Fired Pizza
    Taco Party
    Ula Cafe

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