Maha has moved beyond being simply a music festival.

It’s an experience.

There’s the music, sure, but you could find something to do all day long without paying much attention to the stage.

It’s all the more impressive then that the music’s so good, too.

Indie rocker Jenny Lewis was Friday night’s headliner, and the second day of the music festival will be capped by a set from fast-rising “Juice” pop star Lizzo.

A few thousand fans turned out for Lewis, who is indie rock royalty.

She once fronted rock band Rilo Kiley, which was once an Omaha Saddle Creek Records indie band that later turned into major label stars. And she’s since made her own series of groovy pop-rock records. Her latest, “On the Line,” got a healthy showcase Friday night as Lewis strutted about the stage in a flashy sequin dress as she hit the notes on “Heads Gonna Roll.”

Lewis’ style has begun to approach ‘70s radio rock like Fleetwood Mac but with a refined, modern indie approach, and it had the thousands at Stinson Park grooving late into the night.