LarkFest 2016 full music schedule

the band Ought

Montreal band Ought is one of the headliners. / photo: Hera Chan

LarkFest is this Saturday on Lark Street in Albany, from 10 am to 6 pm. The street will be closed to vehicle traffic from Madison Ave to Washington Ave for the free street fair.

And the full music schedule -- 16 acts across three stages -- is out. Let's have a look.

Here's the schedule, first by stage, and then by overall chronological order.

Spring Street stage

12:15 pm - Revival! Revival!

1:15 pm - Delicate Steve

3:30 pm - Ought

4:45 pm - Neighborhood of Make Believe

Madison Ave stage

12:30 pm - Ryan Leddick Trio

1:30 pm - Gordon St

2:30 pm - Lower Dens

3:45 pm - Jouska

5:00 pm - The Relationship (Brian Bell of Weezer)

Trinity Lot stage

11:00 am - Cannon The Brave

Noon - PineSheets

1:00 pm - Hammer Hawk

2:00 pm - Throat Culture

3:00 pm - Slowshine

4:00 pm - Mr. Every Day & Past Life Entertainment

5:15 pm - County Mike

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Overall chronological

11:00 am - Cannon The Brave - Trinity

Noon - PineSheets - Trinity

12:15 pm - Revival! Revival! - Spring

12:30 pm - Ryan Leddick Trio - Madison

1:00 pm - Hammer Hawk - Trinity

1:15 pm - Delicate Steve - Spring

1:30 pm - Gordon St - Madison

2:00 pm - Throat Culture - Trinity

2:30 pm - Lower Dens - Madison

2:30 pm - Televisionaries - Spring

3:00 pm - Slowshine - Trinity

3:30 pm - Ought - Spring

3:45 pm - Jouska - Madison

4:00 pm - Mr. Every Day & Past Life Entertainment - Trinity

4:45 pm - Neighborhood of Make Believe - Spring

5:00 pm - The Relationship (Brian Bell of Weezer) - Madison

5:15 pm - County Mike - Trinity

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