Hundreds turn out for Mad Love music fest

HINGHAM — Sone 1,600 tickets had been sold for the Mad Love Music Festival even before the gates opened at the South Shore Conservatory in Hingham on Sunday.

Among the groups that performed were Dalton & the Sheriffs, Los Elk, These Wild Plains, Aldous Collins Band, Gracie Grace & All the Goodboys, and Overnight.

Mad Love is a one-day celebration that raises money to support South Shore Conservatory scholarships given in the name of Dave Jodka. The Scholarship for Future Rockers enables students from all backgrounds to experience the love of music that Dave inspired in his family and in his life.

All photos by Bill Brett

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