NOTE: Schedule subject to change. If weather interrupts the schedule we pick up the schedule as per the “clock.” In other words, if it pours rain from 4 pm to 5:45, we pick up the schedule with whatever band is scheduled to be playing at 5:45. However, we have a covered stage, so light or moderate rain won’t stop us.
Last minute updates to the schedule (due to weather or other factors) will be announced in real-time on our Twitter channel — twitter.com/maplewoodstock
NOON - Switch Mob
America's Band - a melting pot of musicians who have created an infectious sound. Think '90's Soul meets Black Eyed Peas meets 2019.
12:42 PM - Auguste & Alden
This alternative/rock/pop power trio is known for lighting up the room with their passion-filled songs, feel, and love for what they do.
1:24 PM - Counterfeiters
Wowing audiences from The Hamptons to DC, NJ natives, The Counterfeiters are the best party band you will see. Period!
2:06 PM - Joe Taino
A mix of blues, jazz, and 60's rock with a latin/Caribbean flavor.
2:48 PM - Thursday's Habit
Unique altprog sounds that is influenced by Crimson, Bowie, Foos, Gabriel and Quetiapine.
3:30 PM - Control the Sound
Brooklyn rockers! A teenage band who exploded on the scene by blending jazz, hip-hop, funk, and rock.
4:12 PM - Tall Pines
Dirty Rock & Roll, Southern Soul and shack shaken' pleasures.
4:54 PM - Bryan Hansen
Alternative Rock from Central Jersey combining funk, blues & soul into their original blend of music.
5:36 PM - Zach Matari
A unique blend of Pop, R&B, and World Music. Like his song "Dancando" says, Dance like nobody's watching.
6:18 PM - Emily Cavanagh
Americana, folk, jazz, and indie pop sounds. Her songs reflect the throwback sounds of the 30's, 40's, and 50's while maintaining a great pop sensibility. Both a musician and an activist she brings music to underserved communities here and abroad.
7:00 PM - Autumn Jones
Maplewood native R&B singer-songwriter Autumn Jones returns with her band to Maplewoodstock with more funk and soul!
8:15 PM Headliners - Antibalas
Antibalas has long ben revered for re-popularizing the classic Afrobeat sound while adding their distinct New York City grit to the mix. Influences of punk, rock, free jazz, and hip-hop seep into their expansive works to define a truly 21st century translation of the Afrobeat genre and beyond.