Bri Lane and Lindsay Mower both entered the 2017 Sound Off Music Competition back in January for a chance to kick off their music careers with some awesome prizes. They impressed fans around the state and were both among the top vote-getters in the competition. After some exciting changes, Bri and Lindsay both had the opportunity to share their sound in front of a sold out crowd at the 2017 Street Eats & Beats Food Truck Festival.
They opened up the festival at Thompson’s Point in front of 4,000 people, and cemented themselves among the best of Maine’s independent music scene. Thompson's Point has played host to notable national artists, and Lindsay and Bri both proved they belong on that stage with some amazing performances! Maine’s Credit Unions were so excited to see these young musicians play on stage again, and we’re always happy to help talented artists take that next step in their music careers.
WCYY’s Xander Nelson gave both Young & Free and our Sound Off winners a great introduction, and encouraged those in attendance to stop by the Young & Free table. I had great discussions with festival-goers throughout the day, and had conversations about both finances and how talented Lindsay and Bri are. I wish them both the absolute best in their future endeavors!
The weather was good, the food was great and the music was amazing. You couldn’t have asked for a better day!
What was your favorite food truck at the festival? I’d love to know!