Spoon Set List @ Moore Theater (4/10/2010)

Me and the Bean (acoustic), Mystery Zone (acoustic), Written In Reverse, Got Nuffin’, Mathematical Mind, Don’t Make Me A Target, The Ghost of You Lingers, Who Makes Your Money, Small Stakes, Modern World (Wolf Parade cover), Is Love Forever?, Someone Something, Beast and Dragon, Adored, They Never Got You, I Summon You, Finer Feelings, Nobody Gets Me But You, Underdog, Black Like Me

Encore: Vittorio E., Back To The Life, Way We Get By, Don’t You Evah

Spoon to headline Maha music event

Omaha.com - By Kevin Coffey
WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER

In order to enhance Omaha’s reputation as a national leader in the promotion and support of independent music, YFC, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization was formed by longtime community volunteers with an interest in music and culture to facilitate festivals in order to benefit area charities. The idea has been around for some time. It finally found the right group.

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MAHA Music Festival 2.0 has been scheduled for July 24th.

More details to follow as advancements are finalized. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest updates.

first annual photos.

Take a quick look at MAHA 2009

what is the vision?

The MAHA Music Festival becomes a multi-day event featuring musical, visual, performance and culinary arts in multiple venues throughout the metro Omaha-Council Bluffs area culminating in a weekend outdoor music and arts festival.

what does maha mean?

Besides being a really fun word to say, Maha (pronounced mä-’hä) means many things in languages from around the world, including “wandering nation” in Anglacized Native Indian, “great” in Sanskrit, “beautiful” in Spanish, “beautiful but shy” in Arabic and “moon” in Urdu.

what is the maha festival?

A one day music festival on July 24th, 2010, featuring a of top national and regional indie and rock artists in downtown Omaha along the Missouri River.

where is maha?

Lewis & Clark Landing sits directly in front of Rick’s Cafe, at 515 North Riverfront Drive, in downtown Omaha on the west bank of the Missouri River. Entry to Riverfront Drive is accessed on the south by Dodge and Eighth Streets and on the north by Abbott Drive at Kenefick Park.

Nearby you will find North Downtown, featuring one of America’s top rock clubs, The Slowdown, and arthouse theater, Filmstreams. Directly to the west is Gene Leahy Mall and Heartland of America Park. To the east and a bit to the north is the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge and to the south and west is the historic Old Market.