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The first annual Womb­stock music fes­tival will kick off Sat­urday.

Located on the lawn of a local off-campus house named the Womb, at 36 E Fayette St., the fes­tival plays off the leg­endary music fes­tival Wood­stock, and will feature music from local bands and musi­cians and those who hail from as far away as Chicago and Iowa.

“There will be a good variety of music — acoustic, elec­tronic, indie pop. We’ll have some original music and some covers,” senior and per­former Dean Sin­clair said.

Sin­clair will perform with August Hotel, his band based in Chicago, as well as Deaf Davey and the Wineboxes, a band made up of many members of Sinclair’s house. The lineup also includes Catherine Coffey ’16, Joel Calvert ’17, Declan James from Dallas, the Chicago-based group Ember Oceans, and Adam Jensen from Iowa.

Doors open at 12:30, and the fes­tival will run from 1 to 7 p.m. The event is free, but pro­moters of the event have created a GoFundMe cam­paign and pro­mo­tional videos to support the event. Pro­ceeds will sup­plement travel expenses for the musi­cians.

“We can’t promise all the flower power of Wood­stock,” Sin­clair said. “But if people want to show up looking like it’s Coachella, that would be all right.”