Artists guide:
Orlando, FL
Someday River
Someday River is a musical endeavor created by Greyson Paul Charnock. Primarily an art rock band, they are known for a multi-genre approach, with facets of folk and psychedelia. 
Charnock employs recurring motifs: duality and paradox, forgiveness and fortitude, existential uncertainty, self-revelation, and impermanence. 
Their debut 2016 EP “Sleeping Sideways” gained some regional and national attention for the band.
The band now includes Robert Carter (Bass, Vocals) and Noah Gordon (percussion). 
 “Over the Weather”, their first new song since 2016’s Sleeping Sideways EP was released, is a bold step forward for Someday River… puts the band’s technical prowess and thoughtful songwriting on full display.” – Paste Magazine 
 “Today, they’re a trio capable of a whole lot of sonic depth and atmosphere with a tall, dreamy indie-pop sound.” -Bao Le Huu, Orlando Weekly
PHOTO CREDIT: Amanda Lindsay
Immerse Orlando

“My favorite city-wide event is Immerse Orlando. The most interactive and full scale event each year, dedicated to performance art, music, installations, and just getting people out in the streets for a true spectacle. An incredible event from the Creative City Project.” – Someday River

13 W Pine St, Orlando, FL 32801
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Cornell Fine Arts Museum

“My favorite museum is Cornell Fine Arts Museum. The exhibits range greatly from Contemporary and Classical. Often very poignant shows, with incredible curation. Free to the public and in a gorgeous location if you want to stroll after.” – Someday River

1000 Holt Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789, USA
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shopping
Park Ave CDs

“Park Ave has a cool vibe and has been around forever.” – SWIMM

“Park Ave is a local favorite for sure. Not only do they have every album you can imagine, they also sell really cool knick-knacks, foreign candies, figurines, shirts, DVDs, posters, and select books. They also host in-store performances from time to time!” – Cat Ridgeway

“Park Ave CDs has been around forever and is one of the coolest record shops I’ve seen all over the country!” – Someday River

2916 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803, USA
venue
Will’s Pub

“I like going to Will’s Pub, they’ve been consistently supporting local music for longer than any other venue in town.” – SWIMM

“Will’s Pub is THE venue for local shows.” – Cat Ridgeway

“Best bar for live music is Will’s Pub. Great Sound and atmosphere. An absolute staple in the scene. They have something for everyone!” – Someday River

“Will’s Pub is great, they always have awesome live music and a cool laid back vibe. Interestingly enough, I’ve never had a drop of alcohol in my life, so I can’t give any drink suggestions!” – Molly Ford, Vibe Manager

1042 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803, USA
Hourglass District

“My favorite neighborhood is the Hourglass District! That’s where I live, and lots of cool places popping up all in walking distance.” – Someday River

2401 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando, FL 32806, USA
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