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Seen above left are the Mudbugs Cajun & Zydeco Band headlining this year's Fourth of July music festival presented by the Catalina Island Museum. Above right is the band Something. Photos courtesy of the Catalina Island Museum. Fourth of July From page 1 Executive Director, Michael De Marsche. "The importance of live musi- cal entertainment was established early in Avalon's history and the museum is proud to be a part of this tradition." De Marche said. Headlining this year's festival, the Mudbugs Cajun & Zydeco Band will entertain the crowd with their up-tempo, get-on-your-feet fiddle and accordion music. The Mudbugs have toured throughout the nation. Their self-titled debut album has been sold worldwide, receiv- ing 5-star reviews from two French roots and folk music magazines. To date, their crowning achieve- tn6nt was a live performance on arnson Ke llot s "A Prairie Home Companion" for a radio audience of 4.3 million listeners. Their fan base continues to grow with every performance. HThE: Mudbugs-music a mix of French and English, original songs and Cajun clas- sics, as well as a few popular; songs that they "Cajunify," such as Bruce Springsteen's 'Tm On Fire." Blending elements of Cajun, Zydeco. Country, Swamp Pop and Rockabilly into their instantly contagious Louisiana dancehall style, the Mudbugs energetic per- formance will surely get your feet stomping to the beat. Classic rock and roll cover band and local island favorite. Something returns to the festival stage again this year. Packing the house since they began playing together in 1986, Something will rock you with songs from The Who. Creedence Clearwater Revival. the Beatles and many others. Fighting Chance is also back by popular demand. Regularly playing local venues since 2007, they describe their music as dark reggae rock with an acOUstic flair. - . Over the years they have per- formed at some of the hottest clubs in Hollywood and toured with various punk and ska bands throughout the Southwest ..... Presenting a wide range of musical styles, the Catalina Island Museum Fourth of July Music; Festival will take place on Friday, July 4 at Casino Point. Doors will open at 3 p.m. live music begins at 4 p.m. and will run through 10 p.m. with a break for Avalon's fireworks at 9 p.m. It is festival seating, so bring a blanket or lawn chair. Tickets for this year's Fourth of July Music Festival are on sale now. Tickets are $8 for members of the museum and $10 for general admission. Purchasing tickets is easy. Please call 310-510-2414, visit the museum in person, or go to the events page at www. CatalinaMuseum.org. The Catalina Island Museum is Avalon's sole institution devoted to art, culture and history. The museum, its digital theater and store are located on the ground flo()r '0(Av /16ti's' historic Casino and are open 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, the museum may.be reached by,,pho0,. at 310=~10-24f2For at'itS:website: CatalinaMuseum.org. Meet Sage. Sage is a happy Island dog who likes to explore outdoors. The ~id is AIiss~a Morns an~ the boy lg" Clark Morris. Do you have a pet you would like featured in - the Islander's Pet of the Week feature? 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