Dozens upon dozens of photos, extended interviews with local bands and more than 3,500 words of review. This must be our coverage of Saturday's Maha Music Festival.
Map out the Maha Music Festival: from its two stages to its Community Campus full of nonprofits with activities, from The Globe's comedy and poetry to the festival's food vendors.
As the summer heats up, music festivals and concert series abound throughout Nebraska. Dive in to find a few to add to your calendar.
The Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards team up with Benson First Friday for a showcase of 80 bands and about 40 visual artists tonight and Saturday. Find more info here.
The Flaming Lips will headline this year's Maha Music Festival on Aug. 17. See the rest of the lineup here.
Which local bands will Maha be hosting at this year's festival on Aug. 17? Criteria, Digital Leather, HERS, The Millions, Rock Paper Dynamite and the winner of June's OEAAs showcase. Read on for more.
As the 2012 festival wound down, Icky Blossoms, Garbage and Desaparecidos wound up the crowd. HN contributor Daniel Muller captured the indie-rock Olympics' closing ceremonies.
No one seemed to care when it started raining Saturday, not with Dum Dum Girls, The Mynabirds and Delta Spirit on stage. HN contributor Daniel Muller tells the story in images.
HN contributor Daniel Muller caught Maha's colorful visuals, including Conduits, Eli Mardock, Frontier Ruckus, Universe Contest, Josh Rouse, UUVVWWZ and The Daydreamers in part one of his photo essay.
The Michigan indie-folk band's frontman says "a certain outer-body charisma" takes over him at festivals. See if their Maha performance becomes a "psychadelic experience."