Sacramento’s newest and raddest DIY venue The Red Museum is hosting what may end up being the local music event of the summer on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016. What has been dubbed “Sac Stay Home Fest” will feature at least a dozen killer regional bands on two stages, plus stand-up comedy, artists, vendors, food, beer, friendly people and hopefully you, if you love quality entertainment and things that are free. Yeah, that’s right, this all-day festival is free.99! The event kicks off at 2 p.m. and attendees are highly encouraged to not only buy merch from the bands, but to also donate money at the door, as all proceeds benefit the Library Of MusicLandria, a local startup that provides free access to hundreds of musical instruments. Some of the most exciting and creative bands from the local scene will play SSHF, including Privileges, The Rippers, Sun Valley Gun Club, The Happy Medium (reuniting for the first time in five years!), Mondo Deco, Buk Buk Bigups, Salt Wizard, Pac and Seep (sax/drums duo with Randy McKean and Jon Bafus) and many others. So if you want to see what happens when a bunch of local artists get together to throw a free party just for the hell of it (trust me, you do!), then head to 212 15th Street in downtown Sacramento on Aug. 13. Search for “Sac Stay Home Fest” on Facebook to find the event page for more details.