With more than 35 musical acts performing on a trio of stages, the Park Street Festival, which hits the Arena District Friday and Saturday, June 12 and 13, offers a little something for everyone. Acts veer from Technicolor electro-pop (Australian singer and headliner Betty Who) to turn-of-century acoustic folk (Hocking River String Band) and hip-hop/funk hybrids (G Finesse & Black Eagle). Other acts worth scoping out: shape-shifting electro duo Damn the Witch Siren, feel-good Queen cover band Mr. Fahrenheit & the Loverboys and pop-rock crew the Wet Darlings.

With more than 35 musical acts performing on a trio of stages, the Park Street Festival, which hits the Arena District Friday and Saturday, June 12 and 13, offers a little something for everyone. Acts veer from Technicolor electro-pop (Australian singer and headliner Betty Who) to turn-of-century acoustic folk (Hocking River String Band) and hip-hop/funk hybrids (G Finesse & Black Eagle). Other acts worth scoping out: shape-shifting electro duo Damn the Witch Siren, feel-good Queen cover band Mr. Fahrenheit & the Loverboys and pop-rock crew the Wet Darlings.