Feel the Fusion Saturday in Warren


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The fourth annual FusionFest, a benefit for the FusionWorks Dance Company in Providence, will transform Blount Landing (the home of the Blount Clam Shack grounds, 335 Water St.) into a beer garden, music stage, high end food trucks (like Plouf Plouf) and dance floor. The free festival runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and there's free parking and plenty to do, including crafts and games for the kids.

Warren's 75orLess Records is one of the show's main sponsors, and the music bill will feature a host of their acts. All proceeds from beer and wine benefit Fusion Works. Here's the day's lineup:

11 a.m.: Paul Rocha

11:45 a.m.: Paper Vessels

12:30 p.m.: The Sentimental Favorites

1:15 p.m.: Suicide William

2:10 p.m.: The Propellers

3 p.m.: The Bob Kendall Band

3:45 p.m.: Lloyd's Llamas

4:30 p.m.: Mark Cutler

5:15 p.m.: Six Star General

6 p.m.: Vertical Twin


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