The annual Mad Love Music Festival (MLMF) is excited to be back and better than in ever in 2022 to once again rock out Hingham’s South Shore Conservatory (SSC). Featuring an incredible line up of musicians, food, drinks and activities for the whole family, Mad Love Music Festival is a South Shore annual tradition to raise funds to sponsor a scholarship for young rockers. This year’s festival will be held on October 9th, 2022 from 11:00-5:00 in the SSC’s Jane Carr Outdoor Amphitheater. This year’s line-up of incredible performers, includes: Coyote Island, The Aldous Collins Band, The Quins, Gracie Grace & All The Good Boys, Chase Stebbins and The Only Knowns, and Overnight (Mad Love’s Student Scholarship Band).
Each year, proceeds from Mad Love Music Festival support SSC’s Dave Jodka Scholarship for Future Rockers. The scholarship, which is open to high school students on the South Shore, covers all expenses associated with performing in the band. Past scholarship recipients have gone onto to pursue their passion for music at Berklee College of Music and New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, among others. The annual Festival was established in 2015 by the Jodka family after Dave Jodka, an incredible father and musician passed away from cancer at the age of 44. It was founded to celebrate Dave’s life and create a legacy to share his love of music and inspire future generations of musicians through great rock & roll.
Tickets to Mad Love Music Festival are $35 for adults, $20 for students and $10 for children. VIP tickets are also available for $100 in addition to a $50 virtual rocker ticket for fans to support Mad Love, even if they are unable to attend. To purchase tickets, learn more about Mad Love and for volunteer opportunities or to become a sponsor, visit madlovemusicfestival.org.