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OGDEN — A diverse lineup of local bands will boost Ogden’s music scene this summer when they perform at the Ogden Arts Festival hosted by Mojos Music Venue.
Alter Ego, 12 p.m., Rock Blues
The Chronicles, 1 p.m., Rock/Indie
DulceSky, 2 p.m., Alternative Rock
Holy Revolver, 3 p.m., Rock/Americana
Shot in the Mountains, 4 p.m., Americana
The Statuettes, 5 p.m., Indie Rock
Float the Boat, 6 p.m., Indie Rock
Holy Water Buffalo, 7 p.m., Rock
SeasOnSapphire, 12 p.m., Electronic/Pop
The Beam Me Up Ska-Ts!, 1 p.m., Ska
Pinetop Inferno, 2 p.m., Blues Rock
panthermilk, 3 p.m., Rock/Psych
Mojave Nomads, 4 p.m., Indie/Alternative
Eat Crow, 5 p.m., Rock
Bombshell Academy, 6 p.m., Ska/Punk
Juana Ghani, 7 p.m., Gypsy Punk
Holy Water Buffalo and Juana Ghani are this year's headliner artists, Ron Atencio, owner of Mojos Music Venue and the president and music director for the Ogden Arts Festival, told KSL.com.
Holy Water Buffalo will headline Friday night with the Municipal Ballet "to cap the evening with an unusual pairing of rock music and professional ballet," according to a press release.
Local acoustic musicians will entertain audiences for 15 minutes between each show, Atencio said.
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This year’s art festival will take place at the Ogden Municipal Gardens from 12-8 p.m. For more information, visit the website.