Source: The Independent

Cabin Fever Music Festival

by Jessica Mackin

January 30, 2013

It’s that time of the year again. Time for cabin fever to set in, and we’re not referring to watching Netflix and eating too much comfort food. Now in its sixth season the popular Hamptons live music festival, Cabin Fever, is making a return with live music throughout the month of February. CFMF, which is the brain child of music lovers Brendon Henry, Seth Farrell, and Paul Fallo, will kick off its season on Friday.

Warding off the winter blues, venues like Buckley’s Inn Between in Hampton Bays, Buckley’s Pub in Center Moriches, Jonesey’s in Westhampton Beach and The Southampton Publick House will open their doors to a variety of bands and performers.

Long Island punk band Haunted Hacienda, fronted by CFMF co-founder Brendon Henry, will kick off the festival at Buckley’s Inn Between alongside Supercargoman and Playing Dead on Friday night at 10 PM.

Saturday night the festival continues with Craig Whitney, Kurt Baker, and  Family Knife Fight performing at Buckley’s Pub in Center Moriches at 10 PM.

Throughout the month bands and musicians like Project Vibe, Planeside, and Jeff LeBlanc will also take the stage at these venues. For more info on Cabin Fever, like them on Facebook or check back each week for listings in The Independent.

Jessica@indyeastend.com