10,000 Lakes? Gathering of the Vibes? Grateful Fest? If you've been to these or any others among the growing number of summer fests, tell us what's great about them!
I have spent much of today trying to convince my wife that we need to take a little vacation to Milwaukee this July!
I'll never smoke weed with Willie again....well maybe just one last time on July 16th in the 'Cuse
Steve Miller Band and Pink Talking Fish!!! (among others) Woo Hooo
Packing today. Off to the best 5 days on the Australian music calendar tomorrow!
See you next year. Come on down ✌️
what are the don't-miss fests this year?
Rfk 1973 both shows.Smoked hash with Phil and Bob. Haven't looked back since. Opened with Morning Dew second day, nothing left to say.
If you want to be there, but real life gets in the way...
As a french musician, it's Garorock
We used to go only to DelFest & DSO Jubilee, and the All Good. Too old for a lot of travelling these days. But we discovered FloydFest in Floyd, VA about 10 years ago, and haven't missed it since. I'm not gonna spend a lot of time convincing you - it's a small fest, they purposely limit the attendance, it sells out each year weeks before it opens. But you'll be doing yourself a solid if you check it out. This year is Greg Allman, Warren Haynes, Keller Williams, Bruce Hornsby, Leftover Salmon, Railroad Earth, etc. etc. It's 5 days of camping and music right ON the Blue Ridge Parkway in the gorgeous mountains near the North Carolina, SW Virginia border.
Floyd, VA has one stoplight. And a Friday night bluegrass jam at the general store that's nationally famous. It's a stop on the Crooked Road, for you roots music fans. Not too far from Blacksburg, if you know where VA Tech is.
FloydFest, the last week in July each year. If you miss it, it's your loss.
I loved All Good, too bad it is nixed. Going to Jerry Jam in NH, anyone coming?