New York is inundated with music festivals, but there's nothing quite like the Tinderbox Music Festival -- an all-female showcase -- which returns to NY on Saturday, September 10th for its second year!

BUST Magazine is proud to sponsor Tinderbox, which not only features a diverse lineup of established and emerging female artists, but also donates 100% of their net proceeds to Girls Write Now and the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls. Both organizations provide guidance and opportunities to help empower the next generation of female artists.

This year, Tinderbox is headlined by Holly Miranda and Eternia & the Band.

The complete lineup includes:

XYLOS (Multi-instrumentalist Pop)
Charlene Kaye and The Brilliant Eyes (Indie Rock Electronic)
The Debutante Hour (Indie Folk/ multi instrumental/quirky)
Alyson Greenfield (Folk Electro Hip Hop)
Kalae All Day (Hip Hop/Soul)
EULA (Post Punk)
Miss Geo (Indie Electronic Pop)
Canyon.  (Indie Folk)
Rebecca Jordan (Jazz/Soul/Folk)
Mira Stroika (Cabaret/Pop/Punk)
White Wave (Experimental)
Pepper Fandango (Folk / Blues)
Sweet Soubrette (Indie Folk)
Helicopria (Prog Rock)
Sarah Aument (Indie Pop Rock)
WOJCIK (Garage Rock)
Sarah Walk (Singer/Songwriter / Piano Rock)
Annie Fitzgerald (Americana/ Folk)
WYATT (Indie Folk Pop)
Natalie Farr (Alternative Folk)

Tinderbox Music Festival takes place on Saturday, September 10th at the Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY. Doors open at 12 PM, show starts at 1 PM. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door.

Stop by to check out some talented female artists and pick up a free copy of BUST Magazine while you're at it --buy your tickets now!

Knitting Factory Brooklyn
361 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211

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