Saturday's temperatures may not be too hot, but the bands playing Maha Music Festival are some of the hottest tickets in town.
Punk rockers and hometown boys Desaparecidos headline the all-day show with alt rock band Garbage not far behind.
In its fourth year, Maha Music Festival returns to Stinson Park at Aksarben Village. More than a dozen groups make up a lineup that includes rock, folk, dance and more - the kind of variety that makes for an indie-style music festival.
This year, the festival has a new, non-musical addition: a community village. The group of tents and tables will be full of community groups and organizations such as the Joslyn Art Museum, Goodwill, Nebraska Appleseed and others.
But the main reason you'll be there is probably the bands. Read on for interviews with many of the groups, including headliners Desaparecidos and Garbage.
Click here to view photos of the event.
Ten years ago, Desaparecidos disbanded.