Live on the Community Stage

Live music all day, both days of the Mushroom Festival features a wide variety of sounds for all.

Date: Saturday and Sunday
New Location: S. Union and Cypress

Check out these great performers on the Community Stage this year!

Saturday, September 7th

  • 12:30-1:30: Katelyn Christine
  • 2-3: Green Eggs and Jam
  • 3:30-4:30: Chris Bruni
  • 5-6: The Gilroys


Sunday, September 8th

  • 12-1: It’s About the People
  • 1:30-2:30: Campbell and Son
  • 3-4: Hot Breakfast


Meet the Artists




Green Eggs and Jam 

From their Facebook: Green Eggs and Jam plays a cool mix of funky, jazzy rock with a hefty serving of groove and a side order of jam. GE&J live is noted for its passion, energy, and tasteful playing of original music and a sprinkling of cover songs. Uncompromising musicianship that is guaranteed to make you smile.

GE&J is Tim Mudgett on guitar, Eric Stover on keyboards, Paul Zotter on bass, and Tom Noone on Drums. The players are seasoned musicians with years of experience performing in a variety of bands. Starting with the song writing ideas of Tim and Eric, the four members experimented, improvised, and collaborated to create an impressive body of work. One listen to their music demonstrates how their talents have gelled to create an innovative and unique sound. Check out their Facebook and website.

Campbell and Son

Campbell and Son brings the acoustic goodness with a vast song list and lust for the happiness that comes from a great live music experience. They are stoked to be at the Mushroom Festival and are coming with an original show.

Hot Breakfast

Matt “Suburban Legend” Casarino on guitar and vocals and Jill “Ji11” Knapp on vocals, percussion, melodica, and trumpet are Hot Breakfast! From their Facebook page: Matt & Jill have been collaborating musically since 2003 on a zillion different projects, and finally created HOT BREAKFAST! in 2009. It’s been dork-rock acoustic-punk magic ever since Matt put his acoustic guitar through an overdrive pedal.
We’ve played on stages from Delaware to California and many places in between, from small intimate venues like The Tin Angel (Philadelphia) to festivals like Wilmo Rock Circus (Delaware), Burning Man (Nevada), and SXSW (Austin). We’ve been known to rock a house concert, too!  Learn more at their website or check out their Facebook page.