Advance ticket sales for the third annual All Roads Music Festival, the city’s annual celebration of indie talent and Maine music, end Friday, May 18; prices go up $5 to $10 the day of the fest: Saturday, May 19.

The one-day fest, featuring some of the most talented music artists from across the state and region, offers a variety of genres including indie rock, folk, pop, bluegrass and indie folk, as well as alternative country, punk and hip-hop. The festival, which takes place at various venues throughout the city, also includes panels, artist development sessions and special events.

The Festival Pass is $25 in advance and includes admission to all performances and panels. It does not include the opening or closing parties. The VIP Pass, $40, also includes line advantage; opening and closing parties; and a festival T-shirt.

Passes are available via EventBrite and at allroadsmusicfest.org, where information about the artists and events can be found. All Roads is a program of Launchpad, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts incubator in Maine.