Atwood Fest to return near the end of July 

The city of Madison has announced that Atwood Fest, an annual, two-day music festival, will return to the 2000 block of Atwood Avenue this year. It will run from Saturday, July 29–Sunday, July 30.

According to the festival website, the stages have moved and will be in the following locations:

  • The Clyde Stubblefield stage will be in the United Way lot along Eastwood Drive and can be accessed from the entrance at 2059 Atwood Ave.;
  • The Madison Heritage stage — renamed the Luther Allison Stage — will be in the lot behind Bar Corallini at 2009 Atwood Ave.; and
  • The Sugar Maple stage will be in the Monty’s lot at 2090 Atwood Ave.

Shows begin at noon both days. On day 1, shows at the Clyde Stubblefield stage will run through 8 p.m., while shows at the Luther Allison stage and the Sugar Maple stage will run through 8:30 p.m. and 6 p.m., respectively.

On day 2, Clyde Stubblefield and Luther Allison stage shows will run through 5:30 p.m., and Sugar Maple stage shows will run through 5 p.m.

A full list of performers and times is available on the festival website.