Envy Corps added to Maha lineup

The Maha Music Festival has added the Envy Corps to its lineup. The atmospheric danceable indie-pop band is from Ames, Ia. Maha takes place Saturday, August 13, with Guided By Voices and Matisyahu headlining. Maha is still working on details for a new site, after flood waters chased the event from the downtown riverfront area. The only remaining spot left on the Maha roster is for the winner of the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards summer showcase, which is set for July 8 and 9 at several venues in downtown Benson. 

posted at 11:29 pm
on Monday, June 27th, 2011

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