As Tom Petty legendarily told us, “The Waiting is the hardest part”. As we all know last year’s festival was scratched due to the pandemic. Maha is proud to announce that the waiting is now over. The Maha Festival is back on, and you will not want to miss this one. The 13th edition of this event will take place on July 31st from 2 p.m. to midnight. This will be a reduced max capacity event so get those tickets now.
Maha is a 501©(3) non-profit organization focused on bringing people together. They curate and produce cultural experiences with the goal of positively impacting the economic vitality of our home city, Omaha.
The festival is an annual celebration of music and this year will be presented by Union Pacific. The line-up is an imposing one highlighting international headliners as well as locally based acts. Khruangbin is an American trio from Houston. This band will keep you moving with their combination of soul, funk and psychedelic. Stephen Lee Bruner, a.k.a. Thundercat a former member of Suicidal Tendencies is an American bass guitarist. He is a former Grammy Award winner, winning one for best rap/sung performance for his work on “These Walls”. He also won a Grammy for best progressive R&B album for “It is, What it is”. Japanese Breakfast is a solo musical project of Michelle Zauner. Her music has garnered universal praise, receiving an A- grade by The A.V. Club. Drive-By Truckers, out of Athens, GA are an alternative country/southern rock band. They have released 13 studio albums and are always a fan favorite. Shovels and Rope are a husband-and-wife team. They are winners of the AMA emerging artist of the year award as well song of the year for “Birmingham”. The local acts include Matt Cox & The Marauders, Edem Soul Music, Dirt House, Jcrum, Kethro and Crabrangucci.
For tickets visit Maha Festival 2021.