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Night Shift pours out the second edition of Brite Lites Music Festival

Photo Credit: Addison Post
 
 

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The onslaught of brewery mini-music festivals knows no limit, apparently. Following the success of Boston’s own HarpoonFest and Exhibit A’s Demo Tape Fest in Framingham, Night Shift Brewing is hosting the second edition of their Brite Lites Music Festival this month.

Scheduled for July 27, Night Shift’s Everett locale kicks off at 1 p.m. with tunes from Radio Compass, and wraps things up with a set from Weakened Friends at 8 p.m. In between, Cliff Notez, Mass Gothic (pictured), littlefoot, The Wolffe Sisters, Oompa, and Jake Swamp are all slated to take the stage. Indoors, guests can peruse crates of records with a vinyl pop-up from Light of Day Records.

For grub, Central Square eatery Naco Taco will have their food truck on location, and more vendors will be announced closer to the event. Night Shift, of course, will be pouring their Lime Lite and Nite Lite beers (as well as variants of Nite Lite) throughout the day.

No tickets are available in advance of the event; all tickets are $10 can be bought at the door on the day of the festival. 

BRITE LITES MUSIC FESTIVAL :: Saturday, July 27 at Night Shift Brewing, 87 Santilli Highway in Everett, MA :: Taproom opens at 11 a.m., music starts at 1 p.m., $10, 21-plus :: Facebook event page