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The fifth annual 10,000 Lakes Festival (10KLF) will provide an unforgettable weekend of live musical performances and campout experiences held July 18 – 21 at the scenic Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. A yearly tradition for music lovers nationwide, 10KLF has quickly established itself as a premier festival destination.

THE 5th ANNUAL LANGERADO MUSIC FESTIVAL IN SOUTH FLORIDA MAKES ITS FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING ARTIST LINEUP. THE THREE DAY FESTIVAL ON MARCH 9, 10, AND 11, 2007 WILL HOST WIDESPREAD PANIC, TREY ANASTASIO, O.A.R., MATISYAHU, MICHAEL FRANTI AND SPEARHEAD, PAULO NUTINI, THE DISCO BISCUITS, STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS, TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS, LOS LOBOS, BLACKALICIOUS, YERBA BUENA, GIRL TALK, EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY, RODRIGO Y GABRIELA AND MANY OTHERS.

As I sat and listened to Toubab Krewe, I couldn't help but think of the language of music.  The vocabulary and accents were ringing through my head, reminding me of the peaceful nature of mankind.  The notes melted together like a true melting pot, not the segregated version we've been told about for so long.  But one with true meaning.  A blending of cultures, ideas, and of people.  These were the opening rhythms of

Vegoose — Las Vegas' answer to another Halloween weekend romp known as VooDoo Fest. For those who can't quite make it south for a weekend of music, art and debauchery then go ahead and put Las Vegas on your map.

The fourth annual 10,000 Lakes Festival (10KLF) kicked off on a mild Wednesday evening at the Soo Pass Ranch of Detroit Lakes, MN.  The four-day bonanza of music and entertainment has matured into a full-fledged mainstay on the summer tour circuit for headliners and up-and-coming regional acts alike.  While cars rolled in all day and night into Thursday morning, visitors set up their temporary homes, and neighborhoods, with extensive attention to detail evident from the picnic tables, screened porches, tiki torches, hammocks, and other simple pleasures they brough

Harvest Jam is one of the most anticipated fall festivals in the Midwest as this temporary musical city pulls folks from all over the region into Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio for a weekend of continuous music and entertainment October 5 - 7.

We need not recap the 11 year history of this wondrous event, held for five years now at the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, NY.  We need no account of the heartfelt and soulful preparation put in by the original "Deadhead Heaven" promoters, Terrapin Tapes and Dupree's Diamond News, to commemorate the life and music of Jerry Garcia.  These details have been covered numerous times in other reports.  All we need is to be here

Grateful Web has started posting photos from Vibes 2006. Check back for more pictures and for a full review soon.

As an ancient and integral part of the culture of Appalachia, I have a feeling songs perpetually echo across the mountains of West Virginia; but from August 2-6 a symphony rang through them from Camp George Washington Carver where over 3,500 voices and thousands more strings lilted over Clifftop during the 17th annual Appalachian String Festival.

Last year after Horning's Hideout was closed to all but one concert a year, and the NWWR moved to a new setting on a large farm 5 miles from Woodburn, OR. Not too far from Eugene or Portland, the NWWR had all the potential of being a great small festival. Big name acts like Anthony B., KRS-ONE, Barrington Levy, Junior Reid, as well as local favorites Luminous Fog, and Bay area favorites Luna Angel and Wisdom.

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