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    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!

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  • May 20, 2022 - 7:44am
    Robertbob59
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    New Unheard Great Music

    @Pitz Quattrone that's a Great Idea ...Lot of great Artist that need to be Heard and are Pushed Aside by Weaker mainstream Garbage . ya can't even go to these new millennial shows . to many nonsense Bands music . ya have to wait for a Solid group to play .
    The Glory Days of Jerry Garcia are Gone .

  • May 8, 2022 - 4:35pm
    nappyrags
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    staying home is best

    for me cuz I'm old and tire easily...plus, I have great memories of festivals from over 50 years ago...

  • May 8, 2022 - 1:48pm
    Lagerandgospel
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    Dark Star Jubilee can’t be…

    Dark Star Jubilee can’t be beat

  • May 6, 2022 - 1:58pm
    Pitz Quattrone…
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    My favorite summer festival…

    My favorite summer festival is one that features incredibly unique, professional, unsigned, independent artists that truly need a high-quality exposure event to boost their careers to a level so they can earn a decent living performing and recording their musical visions. Not sure that one exists? If it does, please let me know who I can reach out to in order to be considered for a performance slot.

    Thank you,
    Pitz Quattrone
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    Steamdude
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    Watkins Glen, '72. The…

    Watkins Glen, '72. The unexpected Friday night sound check was some of the sweetest most laid back jam I've ever heard the band do. Lots of fun despite being quite unprepared. Spent Friday night sleeping in the trunk of a car! Right up there with Barton Hall '77. I was tripping heavily for that and couldn't be sure that it was really as good as it sounded until I heard a recording of it later.

  • June 18, 2021 - 6:30am
    GADEADHEAD
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    Bourbon and Beyond

    Bourbon & Beyond Louisville, Ky. Has had some hidden gym's in recent years and plenty of bourbon and food. This is more of a main stream music festival but it always sprinkles in some good bluegrass (Billy Strings, and Infamous Stringdusters to name a few) John Mayer, Robert Plant, promise of The Real, Margo Price and others have given the festival some character.

  • April 29, 2021 - 10:16am
    1stshow70878
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    Telluride Bluegrass

    The Telluride Bluegrass festival is still going strong 40+ years and although bigger and better than ever it still has that down low small town vibe. Cheers!

  • April 28, 2021 - 10:16am
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    I can't stand festivals! There's more than one band and sometimes more than one stage. The time spent going between stages as well as the short sets each band plays is not for me. I would much rather go to a Grateful Dead concert and get nothing but the good ol' Grateful Dead. This also applies to other acts that I might want to see.

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    Strider 808808
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    Powwow Highway

    Taos Pueblo Powwow (New Mexico), United Tribes Powwow (Bismarck, North Dakota)
    8/27/72 Veneta was a great time.

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    https://www.briggsfarm.com/ Briggs Farm Blues Festival

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Flip flops, warm weather and I get to hang with 30+ musicians for 5 days - can't wait until January! Info: Jam Cruise 9 sets sail on January 4th and cruises through January 9th, 2011 on the beautiful Italian ship; MSC Poesia. It leaves from Ft Lauderdale’s Port Everglades and heads to Roatan, Honduras & Costa Maya, Mexico. Space is limited! Full details - www.jamcruise.com Artsits: Bob Weir, Rob Wasserman, & Jay Lane are Scaring the Children The Rhythm Devils feat. Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart Robert Randolph & The Family Band Galactic The Greyboy Allstars God Street Wine Stockholm Syndrome Lotus JoJo's Mardi Gras Band ALO Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk Easy Star All-Stars Lettuce Garage A Trois The New Mastersounds Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears Anders Osborne featuring sets with Stanton Moore & Robert Walter and with George Porter, Jr & Johnny Vidacovich Big Sam's Funky Nation Cornmeal Some Cat From Japan featuring Ron Johnson, Will Bernard, Scott Metzger, Eric Bolivar & Nigel Hall performing a tribute to Jimi Hendrix Greensky Bluegrass Big Gigantic Zach Deputy The Pimps Of Joytime Maceo Parker Super Jam Special Guests: Leo Nocentelli Fred Wesley Col. Bruce Hampton Jennifer Hartswick Big Chief Monk Boudreaux Joel Cummins from Umphrey’s McGee The Everyone Orchestra conducted by Matt Butler
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This festival may not technically fit the category because for one its in the fall and second this is the first ever so I can't recommend it based on past experience. This is a festival scheduled for Oct. 9 & 10, the Saturday and Sunday of Columbus Day weekend. It is being held on the grounds of a small microbrewery in Nelson County, VA. I hear its very near Wintergreen Resort. This is a very beautiful area in the Blue Ridge mountains. The festival headliners are the Infamous Stringdusters. Others on the bill are Railroad Earth, the Tony Rice Unit, Toubab Krewe, Larry Keel and Natural Bridge (Larry has done some touring with Keller Williams) and Old School Freight Train, an excellent progressive bluegrass band from the Charlottesville, VA area. David Grisman has produced one of their CDs and I think they have toured with him. There are numerous other bands as well. I bought my tickets today and they were a very reasonable $54 for a 2 day pass with camping. I think that increases to $64 in about a week. Still a quite reasonable price! I'm looking forward to this one as I know the area is beautiful, they're featuring beers from several very good microbreweries in central VA and they have some excellent bands! Guess it could be a disappointment, but I doubt it! If you want more info I think the website is thefesty.com.
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I thought I would post here and see what happens... I haven't been to this festival since the 90s but it still ranks up there as one of my favorites. Just haven't been able to get back there yet. Anyone interested in traveling to England in August 2011? If so, find me... ~Andie (ChromeDivaStyle@aol.com) ~Honest to the point of recklessness~ ~~~ Andie is Althea~~~
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Grateful Garcia Gathering 2011 will be held on Aug 4th - Aug 7th at Camp NCN (formerly Jamboree Campground) in Black River Falls Wisconsin.The Grateful Garcia Gathering is now in its 8th year! Friends and fans come from all around to dance and see to some of the best jambands in the midwest honoring and paying tribute to the Jerry Garcia Band/Grateful Dead's guitarist Jerry Garcia. It also marks the celebration of Jerry Garcia's 69th Birthday, plus its the 16th Anniversary of Jerry Garcia's untimely passing. But its also a time when many fans pay tribute to remember other Grateful Dead members like Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Keith Godchaux, Brent Mydland, and Vince Welnick. We have leased the campground venue for August 4th though August 7th, 2011 for our 8th annual 3G's festival. Our confirmed headliners, THE SCHWAG/DEAD AHEAD w/ MELVIN SEALS of the "Jerry Garcia Band" on the Hammond B-3 organ, for two nights on August 5th & 6th! Be sure to make your vacation plans now to take off work, because we lots of excitement planned for all! YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS! Melvin Seals is best known for his long friendship and musical partnership with cultural icon and guitarist Jerry Garcia and the smile of his that lights up the room. Melvin spun his B-3 magic with the Jerry Garcia Band for 18 years and in doing so helped pioneer and define what has now become "Jam Band Music". Headliners: ~THE SCHWAG/DEAD AHEAD w/ MELVIN SEALS of the JERRY GARCIA BAND for TWO NIGHTS~ Plus: ~GERONIMO BLACK, featuring two of Jimmy Carl Blacks sons!~ ~BONEY FINGERS~ ~BRENT BROWN BAND~ ~THE GRASSHOPPERS~ ~WOOK~ ~ONE MAN GATHERS~ ~RUN SIDE DOWN~ ~TIM OLSEN~ And you can bet more bands TBA! http://www.GratefulGarciaGathering.com http://www.Myspace.com/GratefulGarciaGathering http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=723675013&ref=mf
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got plans? got reports from the ones we already shouldn't have missed?
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we are heading to all good festival this year...every year for our family vacation we hit up a different festival 29 days till we get there... and of course jerryjam small local festival if your in new england you should come check it out jerryjam.com.... my wife is playing this year with a friends band wife plays tenor sax....any body else heading to all good or has been?
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over the past weekend up in Sonoma County was apparently pretty good--anybody go? I'd love to hear some reports of the Jerry-Bear late night tribute!
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Just got back from Bonnaroo. I have been lucky enough to make 9 of the first 10 (couldn't stomach 2 nights of WSP in 2005) and hands down, this is the fest of all fests. My Morning Jacket's friday night set simply obliterated the rest of what was an amazing weekend of music. Saw Buffalo Springfield Saturday night and wow, they brought it. A relevant tour and set- very nice! J.T. Gossard http://thehallucinogenicbible.blogspot.com/
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The Grateful Garcia Gathering is now in its 8th year! Friends and fans come from all around to dance and see to some of the best jambands in the midwest honoring and paying tribute to the Jerry Garcia Band/Grateful Dead's guitarist Jerry Garcia. It also marks the celebration of Jerry Garcia's 69th Birthday, plus its the 16th Anniversary of Jerry Garcia's untimely passing. But its also a time when many fans pay tribute to remember other Grateful Dead members like Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Keith Godchaux, Brent Mydland, and Vince Welnick. We have leased the campground venue for August 4th though August 7th. 2011 for our 8th annual 3G's festival. Our confirmed headliners, THE SCHWAG/DEAD AHEAD w/ MELVIN SEALS of the "Jerry Garcia Band" on the Hammond B-3 organ, for two nights on August 5th & 6th! Be sure to make your vacation plans now to take off work, because we lots of excitement planned for all! YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS! Melvin Seals is best known for his long friendship and musical partnership with cultural icon and guitarist Jerry Garcia and the smile of his that lights up the room. Melvin spun his B-3 magic with the Jerry Garcia Band for 18 years and in doing so helped pioneer and define what has now become "Jam Band Music". Other great music festivals have hosted at this venue such as Weedstock, Farmapalooza, Sundog Summer Shakedown, the Big Wu Family Reunion, Campout Roots Festival, Effit Fest, just to name a few! The venue features 75-plus acres of brilliant surroundings with tall trees that nicely shades your camp site. Campers are welcome to have campfires at each individual campsite and firewood is available at the venue. The venue has a full array of conveniences, including 2 facilities with flush toilets and hot showers and other luxurious accommodations. Other venue amenities include a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, hiking trails, a refeshing Spring Fed Lake, outdoor/indoor shower facility, full service Beer & Malt Beverages, and soda Bar for our 21+ Deadhead-Hippie friends! Theres also two music stages, and more! Come out for the time of your life and share some fun times with Jerry smiling down on you! http://www.GratefulGarciaGathering.com https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=723675013 http://www.Myspace.com/GratefulGarciaGathering
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what part of the country is this in? Looks pretty nice.
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Oregon Country Fair happening this weekend; All Good next weekend, Gathering of the Vibes the next weekend, and that's just scratching the surface. If you're in Pennsylvania this weekend there's a Jester Fest for the Rex Foundation...
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This does look cool... The Garcia Gathering picture looks to green to be in my neck of the woods .. although its been raining a bunch here lately which is a little odd for July "It's got no signs or dividing line and very few rules to guide"
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we actually had a big downpour last week in Oakland, but I think we're really done now. Very weird weather this year.
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Looking forward to the UK Summer Love Party next weekend. It promises to be a good one. See you there.
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CB! Can't wait to hear all about it!********************************** I am not young enough to know everything. Oscar Wilde
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Terrapin Hill Harvest Festival is by far my fav! Very laid back and family friendly. It has been going on for so many years that the surrounding area is very welcoming and friendly. The energy is pure and addictive. They have a smaller one in June called Family Reunion. It is a lot smaller with mostly local bands. Also worth catching! Spreading Love and Light One Person at a Time
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weir, greene, & robinson, have allowed their respective management agencies to perform at the wakarusa festival in franklin county, as you may be aware, this festival does not use properly licensed festival, and should you sustain an injury here, or be the victim of a violent crime on the event campus, said security concern will NOT render aid or attempt to arrest the perpetrator(s) even if they directly witness said crime.-I was not the only person violently attacked at this event, and there were numerous reports of suppression of reporting of violences at the 2010 edition as well (source; st bernards crew volunteers). mr weir, as a longtime fan and sublicensee who has attended literally 1000s of your shows, and mssrs greene & robinson, (whom I have also attended scores of performances by, nationwide). in light of -in particular- mr weirs decision to perform at a benefit for a sn francisco giants fan who was severely injured at a los angeles dodgers game (and reportedly, not assisted by that organisations security personnel), I respectfully request that you have your management team rethink this decision to perform at this decidely unsafe event. if you or your team have any questions for me, regarding what i (and others)feel is not safe for your fans I can be reached via the following email vendingmachine@hotmail.com or (720) 838-6564. thank you. ps-it did not escape mine (and others) that your management team had the presence of mine to schedule last years furthur festival the same weekend as this event, (in what appeared to be a rather strong 'hint', to your fans, that they were 'safer' at an actual grateful dead event, than the poor excuse for a venue that mulberry mountain/wakarusa operates (semi-illegally, no less)* * i will also be happy to share with you the letter I received in the US mail from an attorney in lawrence, ks, threatening to sue me for 'libel', for publishing the fact that the wakarusa festival does not use licensed security as per AR law
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one of the people involved in the crime at the wakarusa festival has posted on this site,(this very BBS), wakarusa.com, (a now closed)youtube & jambase using the nickname "ooplik". if you ever feel like assisting in identifying that individual for said attempted murder, feel free to do so.--repeated requests that wakarusa provide info from its in house BBS that may help identify the perpetrator hiding behind that particular nickname, to the relevant jurisdiction have been met with outright refusal.
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"Celebrate the Greatest Adventure Ever at the 3G's for Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday with special guest "MARK KARAN" lead guitarist from "Bob Weir & Ratdog" joining Melvin Seals of the Jerry Garcia Band w/ The SCHWAG~DEAD AHEAD, and Late Nite w/ GERONIMO BLACK BAND on a "Full Moon" Weekend August 1st-August 5th. AGES 18+ YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS! (~);} Come celebrate with Friends of old & new, on site "Beer & Malt Bar" (must be 21+), awesome Vendors, Trippy Trails, Groovy Food, Hula Hoops, Kite flying, Swimming in the Spring fed Lake, Campfires, Fishing, Frisbee, Fireworks, Fire Dancers, Glow sticks, Paddle boating, and of course Jerry Garcia's music to fill the air! Can't wait to see you all there! Tickets online for $61 http://GratefulGarciaGathering.com/
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L Rob, you've been around too long for me to believe that you actually think Bobby would consider listening to the rants of anyone he sees here...
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in the northeast you need to come to jerryjam. This year will mark it 17th anniversary it all started at someones barn and just kept growing this year we have 21 bands. It's very family friendly if you bring your pet please make sure they are leashed yes you can bring your faithful friend and plus i might be mc this year please check this out at jerryjam.com hope to see you there
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looks like a great time camping out by the ammanoosuc river. hope the weather is good this year!
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you should come out to the barn in bethlehem nh, it's kinda our version of the family dog. Thursday's is open mic and about once a month there is an event. It's a community effort run by volunteers it's where jerryjam got it's start. This weekend jatoba (blue grass band) is playing on saturday for earth day. The grateful sled is doing highway clean up then we all head to the barn for music and food.
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"Celebrate the Greatest Adventure Ever at the 3G's for Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday with special guest "MARK KARAN" lead guitarist from "Bob Weir & Ratdog" joining Melvin Seals of the Jerry Garcia Band w/ The SCHWAG~DEAD AHEAD, and Late Nite w/ GERONIMO BLACK BAND on a "Full Moon" Weekend August 1st-August 5th."Mike Lawson" will be Emcee and performing this summer. AGES 18+ YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS! (~);}"When's the last time you got to sleep outside? It's probably been way too long! Now imagine your tent surrounded by trees and hundreds of the coolest, down-to-earth people that all love the same music you do at the 3G's Music Festival. Oh ya, don't worry about sleeping on the ground – after a day of rocking out, drinking beers, followed by a late night jam and snack – you'll be out in no time! (~);} http://GratefulGarciaGathering.com/
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where are you headed this summer? what are the don't-miss festivals?
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My favorite summer music festival in recent years has been the Ojai festival in southern California. They really do some interesting stuff. This year there are intimate sunrise concerts on beautiful Ojai hillsides and late night concerts of John Cage music. Also, matinee and evening concerts on saturday and sunday. Highly recommended!
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Like I say every year come on up northern nh for the most down to earth festival this year we got Melvin seal naming for 2 nights very family friendly reasonably priced too. Come say hi I will be working the gate Saturday morning with my son
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FYI, 10,000 Lakes has been shuttered since 2009, unless you know something I don't which is quite likely after all.
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Well, it's just gotta be Interlochen 2013 September 5-8 in VA!! Cause this will be my first...I just bought a ticket as they went onsale today. Furthur will be doing Workingman's Dead in its entirity one of the three nights they play. I am very hopeful that Bobby will be healthy by then ... this could be beyond memorable. Neil Young & Crazy Horse Black Crowes Many others... very excited :-D iGrateful
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There r 2 fests every year at camp keewanee in greenfield mass.1) strange creek.....memorial day weekend.... Fabulous just got home 2) wormtown music fest in sept.....the venue is beautiful woods trails rivers... 2 main stages, 1 vernville cemetery stage 1 river worm cafe stage 2 late night rave cabins....amazing bonfire with fire spinners roving artists and the best staff in the northeast Check out www.wormtowntrading.com
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I am trying to make the september festival wooot woooot
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You may have seen them vending crystals clothing hippie bling and whatever at shows and fests nation wide . Twice a year the worms invite all to the best produced run staffed fests in the northeastStrange creek is memorial day Wormfest is usually 2nd week in sept. Both r at camp keewanee greenfield, mass. 2 sidebyside main stages with steady music all day 1 cemetery vernville woods stage 1 river worm stage 2 late night rave cabins 1 humongous bonfire with drums, spinners, performers Kids camp with FULL kids schedule Amazing food and crafts Disc frisbee and many other activities Deep woods camping Come visit
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Whippersnap is always a good time, this year it's in Yorkville, IL. Also, ShoeFest in the Kankakee county of IL should be a blast as well. = )
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Further is playing in Canandaigua,NY on July 19th,2013...the family will be out in force as usual doing what we do proper...BUT? AFTER THE SHOW...WHERE SHOULD WE GO??? East of Canandaigua NY just a few exits is a little town called Weedsport which is home to a tiny renegade festival grounds called Hundred Acre Forest...This Particular Weekend we are having a BIG tropical themed summer festy style party called ~Soaked!!!~ Come Join the Party!!! A short drive up the toll road from Canandaigua,Private Property Camping,& Entertainment... ($20 cover w/ Canandaigua Further Show ticket stub...$30 without...includes Camping ALL WEEKEND) Bands & djs dropping beats & treats on 2 Tropical Luau themed Stages non stop ALL WEEKEND!!! Would you rather stay @ the KOA campgrounds or come party with us? FOR DETAILS: upstateunderground.net/forums (upcoming upstate events**Soaked!!!Adventures in Woodland Water Weirdness) DIRECTIONS: FROM CANANDAIGUA HEAD NORTH TO THE I90 TOLLROAD...HEAD EAST A FEW EXITS TO WEEDSPORT,NY...PAY TOLL...GO LEFT ON ROUTE 34 NORTH FOR 1 MILE...GO LEFT ON EMERSON ROAD...PLEASE DRIVE SAFE DOWN THIS STRETCH...DANGEROUS TWISTING COUNTRY ROAD!!!...AFTER 3-5 MILES GO RIGHT ON LEMON SCHOOL ROAD...ENTRANCE IS MARKED WITH ORANGE ROAD CONES A QUARTER MILE UP ON THE LEFT...WELCOME!!!
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There is no question or doubt...the best fest in the east is wormtown at camp keewanee in greenfield massachusetts...twice a year memorial day and second weekend in september. There is no better way to start and end the summer
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that Bob Weir did some remarkable stuff with Wilco, My Morning Jacket, et al. at Americanarama yessterday. Anybody there?
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The 3G's just celebrated its 10th Anniversary, and its last in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. The 3G's is moving to a new venue called Kickapoo Campground in beautiful Gays Mills Wisconsin, one hour south of BRF. We were VERY honored to have Brian Lesh (son of Phil Lesh), Ross James, and Alex Koford of American Jubilee perform on Jerry Garcia's 71st birthday this past August 1st!!! Thanks for a real good time! (~);}http://GratefulGarciaGathering.com
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July 3rd Bob Weir and Ratdog at Santa Barbara(CA) BowlJuly 12,13,14 Oregon Country Fair at Veneta, Oregon Grateful Dead Field Trip 1982 first show. I have been back to OCF as a crafter every since! 31 years and still truckin'!!!
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Every year I say I'm going to go to the Country Fair, and every year I don't make it. This year I know for sure I won't be able to, and now I'm REALLY bummed!
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I am going to Lock'n this year. I've gone to a few small festivals, but this will be my first major festival. Looking forward to it. Hopefully it will be my favorite one. -Dave
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Every year many of us(think there's almost 50 of us this year) make the pilgrimage from Canada and party our asses off in Oregon. Can't wait!!!!!!
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post reports for those of us who can't go. The venue is my favorite ever.
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I have been to Bottlerock and the Furthur Festival a few years ago. Going to Lockn' this year and hope it is my best festival!
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its new this year and bobby's playing along with string cheese widespread panic warren haynes Derek trucks and a litany of others including both phish and allman bros tribute bands. in Danville, IL which is mentioned in the night they drove old Dixie down by the band a song Jerry sang many times the dates are sept. 11-14 for 4 days of jam band fun go to the website and get tix NOW!
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10th ANNUAL TARGHEE FESTFriday, July 18th, 4:00pm - Sunday, July 20th, 7:00pm Grand Targhee Resort, ALTA, WYOMING WE'RE CELEBRATING 10 YEARS FOR TARGHEE FEST!-CONFIRMED ACTS -BUDDY GUY. ROBERT EARL KEEN, ROYAL SOUTHERN BROTHERHOOD, THE WOOD BROTHERS, CHARLIE HUNTER/SCOTT AMENDOLA DUO, AMY HELM AND THE HANDSOME STRANGERS, BIG HEAD TODD AND THE MONSTERS, THE HARD WORKING AMERICANS, CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD, SISTER SPARROW AND THE DIRTY BIRDS , NICKY BLUHM AND THE GRAMBLERS, TRIGGER HIPPY, TEDESCHI/TRUCKS BAND, and HOOLIGANS with Bill PAYNE. Join us high in the Tetons for the 10th annual TARGHEE FEST, a tasty blend of rock, blues, folk, reggae and Americana in one of the most unique and stunning settings in the Rocky Mountains July 18-20, 2014. With the 13,000 foot Grand Tetons as your backdrop, the Grand Targhee Resort becomes your playground for live music, camping, mountain biking, hiking, chairlift rides, swimming and soaking up the sun. http://www.grandtarghee.com/