POSTPONED: Smell the Love : A JP Music Festival (Valentine’s Day) Fundraiser

Editor's note: "Smell the Love" has been postponed because of the expected blizzard. ~~~~~

Nothing screams romance like The Midway. The JP Music Festival is gearing up for 2015's festival with our first fund-raiser: Smell the Love: An Evening of Love Songs to Benefit the JP Music Festival! The fund-raiser will be Saturday, February 14th (Valentine's Day) at 9 PM at The Midway Cafe. $10 donation at the door.

Blizzard Watch Upgraded to Warning for JP

The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for JP effective 7 p.m. Saturday. The Nor'easter is expected to bring another 10-14 inches of snow and produce whiteout conditions. The weather agency had previously issued a blizzard watch. The city has seen 78 inches of snow dumped on it in 2015. We're an inch shy of the snowiest month in Boston history, according to the National Weather Service.

Rick Berlin, center, and the Nickel & Dime Band, accompanied by Praise & Worship Team from Bethel AME Zion Church, at the Jamaica Plain Music Festival, Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014.

Neighborhood Vibe Rules Hot, Storm-Shortened JP Music Festival

The 2014 edition of the Jamaica Plain Music Festival is in the books. Residents thronged Pinebank Field despite high temps of 91 and a fast-moving storm that caused organizers to shut down the festival slightly early. The last two acts weren't able to perform. Here are a few photos of the big day:

Previous items on Jamaica Plain News about the Music Festival:

Your Guide to the 2014 Jamaica Plain Music Festival
Final Lineup for 4th Annual Jamaica Plain Music Festival
Take the Trolley to the Jamaica Plain Music Festival
Music Festival Fundraiser Nets Nearly $1,000
Before It Raises The Roof, Here's How the JP Music Festival Raises the Money

JP Bar Wars: A JP Music Festival Fundraiser

Throwback Thursday Photo of the Day: The White Squirrel of Jamaica Pond


4th annual JP Music Festival

The free, 4th annual JP Music Festival will be held at Pinebank Field on Saturday, September 6, 2014 from 12–7 PM. RSVP on Facebook. The festival will have two stages, with continuous music from more than 20 artists and bands. The festival features musicians, bands, group, or ensemble members who either live or work in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood. This year, Jamaica Plain-based Samuel Adams is donating use of two trolleys to take residents to and from Pinebank field before and during the festival with live acoustic music on-board.

Screen shot of Twitter search for #jpmf14

Share Your Music Festival Tweets Via #jpmf14

You're going to be making wry observations, taking great photos and shooting cool videos about the Jamaica Plain Music Festival. So if you Tweet, add #jpmf14 to share them. If Facebook is more your thing, here's the Festival's Facebook page. #jpmf14 Tweets
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