2002 City Stages

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The 2002 City Stages was the 14th annual edition of "Birmingham's World-Class Music Festival". It was held the weekend of May 17-19, 2002, with 150 acts on 10 stages in and around Linn Park.

This years festival, which was beset by cold, windy wet weather for much of the weekend, was the second to be held in May.

Poster

The 2002 official poster was designed by New Orleans artist Frenchy.

Line up

Friday

  • Rollin' in the Hay
  • Patty Loveless
  • Alabama
  • The Yard
  • Howie Day
  • The X-ecutioners
  • Sugar Ray
  • The Iguanas
  • Shemekia Copeland
  • Steve Earle
  • Los Lobos
  • Little Jimmie Reed with J. W. Warren
  • The Waybacks
  • The Derailers

Saturday

  • Droned
  • Dick's Hat Band
  • Sean Ardoin and Zydekool
  • Mitch Woods and His Rockett 88's
  • Midnight Star
  • Ike Turner and The Kings of Rhythm
  • Rick James and The Stone City Band
  • The Ugli Stick
  • The Silos
  • Big Boi and Andre 3000
  • Blue Epic
  • Wayne
  • Moth
  • Injected
  • Cake
  • Wes McDonald
  • Sterling Fletcher
  • Garrison Starr
  • Tift Merritt
  • Buddy and Julie Miller
  • Gillian Welch
  • David Grisman Quintet
  • Kent Duchaine
  • Mariachi Band Garibaldi
  • Southwind
  • Hooley
  • The Flint River Boys
  • Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band
  • Scott Ainsle
  • Big Bill Morganfield

Sunday

  • Snakehandlers
  • City Stages Jazz Camp Honor Band
  • Mensaje
  • Delirio
  • Oliver Mtukudzi and Black Spirits of Zimbabwe
  • Bobby "Blue" Bland
  • The Isley Brothers
  • Spank the Monkey
  • Brotherhood of Groove
  • Brizz
  • Drive-By Truckers
  • Baha Men
  • Nappy Roots
  • Outkast
  • Bradley Cole Smith Band
  • The Hell Caminos
  • Scott Miller and the Commonwealth
  • Patty Griffin
  • BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
  • Dwight Yoakam
  • Kathryn Tucker Windham
  • Brotherly Love
  • The Four Eagles
  • Dorothy Henderson and The Silver Voices
  • The Lazybirds
  • Red Mountain White Trash
  • The Juggernaut Jug Band
  • Andy Irvine and Rens van der Zalm
City Stages
Site: Linn Park and Downtown Birmingham
By year: 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998
1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009
Miscellaneous: Gallery of City Stages posters

References

  • "Breaking even: Another critical year for City Stages" (May 21, 2002) Birmingham News.