Jamming at the Hilltop Spring Jamboree

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
Art enthusiasts and music lovers throughout the central Ohio region came out to the westside on April 15 to experience good art and great tunes at the Hilltop Spring Jamboree. Presented by Music Columbus in partnership with the Hilltop Arts Collective and We Amplify Voices, the festive event featured half-a-dozen musical acts, an instrument “petting zoo” where individuals could learn a new instrument courtesy of Music Loves Ohio and Music Go Round, and create-your-own art opportunities for beginners and experts alike. Pictured here during a set for The Real is lead vocalist Ariadne Francis. In addition to The Real, the Hilltop Spring Jamboree also featured performances from blucone, Dom Deshawn, Parker Louis, and Use Your Ears.
Isla McQuade, a future chalk artist from the westside, puts a personal touch on the artwork that was near her station.
Jeremiah Wilmer, 9, tests his skills on the guitar.
Aaron Schmidt and his daughter, Rosalyn have fun dancing with the bubbles during the Hilltop Spring Jamboree. Schmidt, a resident of Grove City, said they wanted to come out to the westside event to enjoy their free day and the nice weather outside.
Tammy Cole and her 5-year-old Belgian Groenendael, Ari, try to learn how to play the piano on the giant piano mat on display at the instrument “petting zoo.”
April Wu adds a flower to the public mural.
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