Saturday picks form the

The Floorwalkers

2:35 p.m. Saturday, Bozo Stage

It's tricky to resist The Floorwalkers. Go be smitten, either by their guitar's come-hither bowowowow on funky tracks like "Three Wishes" or by their romantic lyrics (like "The morning will bring a bright smile to my face/ For you love me once/ And love is all it takes" in "For the Better"). -Jackie Mantey

Organ Grinder Productions

6:10 p.m. Saturday, Live Arts Stage

In recent years Zachariah Baird and Philip Kim have been among the most industrious and creative contributors to the local entertainment landscape. With their former Peach District cohorts siphoning off into various parallel pursuits, Baird and Kim have adopted the moniker Organ Grinder Productions and continued curating events steeped in variety, with music and comedy heavy in the mix. So regardless of what they've cooked up (and it's probably good), the Live Arts Stage is the perfect venue for it. -Chris DeVille

The Lost Revival

6:25 p.m. Saturday, Off-Ramp Stage

Pairing frontman Kevin Collins' dusty vocals with subtle percussion, ambient piano and reverb guitars boosts The Lost Revival's folk tendencies into a realm of heavy indie pop. The band refers to itself as "bastardized Americana," but whatever you label it, it's sure to have your head spinning - in a good way - Saturday evening. -Jesse Tigges

Lydia Loveless

9:05 p.m. Saturday, Off-Ramp Stage

Lydia Loveless' bluesy and boozy take on country hearkens to the days when it had some heart - think Patsy Cline and Hank Williams Sr. Loveless is just out of her teens, but her songs and voice are world-weary beyond her years. End your Saturday with a tear in your beer. - Brad Keefe