Miller Lite/Rock 93.5/Fox 102 Stage
12:15 p.m., Isabelle’s Gift: This Columbia rock band has a punk-metal undercurrent that won it a contest to open for KISS in 2010. Expect something loud and fast from these guys. And don’t mind the long hair and tattoos. Listen if you like: Buckcherry and Black Sabbath.
1:15 p.m., Trevor Hall: If you want to relax and listen to something good, Trevor Hall is your guy. Originally from Hilton Head, his sweet melodies have shades of reggae — and there’s a message to tell. Listen if you like: Matisyahu, Xavier Rudd and Matt Costa.
2:30 p.m., Crossfade: The guitar grinding and dark lyrics of this alternative rock band tell tales of addiction and relationship destruction. The band goes hard. Listen if you like: Breaking Benjamin and Shinedown.
3:45 p.m., Weaving the Fate: Weaving the Fate, formerly known as Villanova, is back playing at St. Pat’s. The band is bringing its high-energy rock and funk, a touch of reggae and a strong fan base. The various styles make it exciting. Listen if you like: Rage Against the Machine and Sublime.
5 p.m., Hinder: Best known for the hit single “Lips of an Angel,” the Oklahoma quintet combines a heavy rock sound with ballad-like lyrics. Likeable enough and catchy. Listen if you like: Three Days Grace, Hoobastank and Nickelback.
Corner of Harden and Blossom streets
12:15 p.m., Heyrocco: As the Battle of St. Pat’s winner, Heyrocco fought their way onto the stage. From Charleston, its indie rock sound is eclectic and experimental. Listen if you like: Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire and Phoenix.
1:15 p.m., Black Iron Gathering: This band brings lively bluegrass and folk music that will make you want to stomp your feet, sing along and sway to the animated mandolin and kazoo. Listen if you like: Mumford and Sons and Avett Brothers.
2:30 p.m., All Get Out: The Charleston indie rockers describe themselves as “personal and loud.” With two great EP’s and a debut album already out, this should be a great show. Listen if you like: Manchester Orchestra, O’Brother and Death Cab for Cutie.
3:45 p.m., Blackberry Smoke: The twangy vocals and Southern rock sound of Blackberry Smoke flirts with country. Park your truck and march your cowboy boots to the front for this one. Listen if you like: Lynyrd Skynyrd and Montgomery Gentry.
5 p.m., Lee Brice: This country singer is known for his laid-back style and backwards baseball cap. It gives the Sumter native that good-ole-country-boy appeal. Listen if you like: Blake Shelton, Jake Owen and Tim McGraw.
Budweiser/Free Times Stage
12:10 p.m., Phillip Roebuck: Roebuck is a one-man band with a bluesy Appalachian sound that lends itself well to live shows. He’s been called a “banjo ninja” because he plays with a lightning speed that is frantic, yet precise and fresh. Listen if you like: Earl Scruggs and the grittiness of the Black Keys, but with a banjo.
1:10 p.m., Josh Roberts: Roberts’ rock has a touch of Americana and country that creates something dynamic and unrestricted. Listen if you like: Band of Horses.
2:20 p.m., John Wesley Satterfield: From Chapin, this band is contemporary Americana and folk with enough rock to make it widely appealing. Listen if you like: Zac Brown Band and Mumford and Sons.
3:30 p.m., The Devil Makes Three: The rustic, ragtime sound gives this drummer-less trio a back porch sound that mixes acoustic and country. Listen if you like: Trampled by Turtles and Yonder Mountain String Band.
5 p.m., The Movement: The Movement is a reggae band with rock and hip-hop infusions that make a fun, breezy sound. The quartet, fronted by Columbia-native Jordan Miller on guitar and vocals, opened for G. Love & Special Sauce at the South Carolina State Fair in October. Perfect for an outdoor venue in the sun. Listen if you like: Slightly Stoopid and Sublime.
Direct Auto/WXRY 99.3 Stage
Five Points Fountain
12:45 p.m., Finding Solace: In 2011, local producer and songwriter Cory Plaugh joined with Travis Lempesis, Clay Reynolds and Kevin Mitchum to find a brand new rock sound. The quartet is still working on it. Listen if you like: Switchfoot and Dashboard Confessional.
2 p.m., Dixie Dynamite: A honky tonk band, Dixie Dynamite brings old-school country with a little bit of rock ‘n’ roll. Listen if you like: Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean.
3:15 p.m., The Bastard Suns: Hailing from Atlanta, the Suns add a twinge of reggae to punk rock. The songs are upbeat, catchy and sure to induce a good time. Listen if you like: Ballyhoo! and Flogging Molly.
4:30 p.m., The Mobros: This young, three-man band has Latin roots and blues influences that make the music as soulful as it is layered. Lead vocalist Kelly Morris, a USC music student, has a unique voice that’s not to be missed. Listen if you like: Otis Redding and a South American Ray Charles.
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