The 2015 Wanee Music Festival, held April 16th to 18th at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL, is putting Early Bird Tickets on sale Friday, December 5th at 10AM. 3-Day General Admission Tickets, which include primitive camping, are just $175.00 (plus applicable fees) and will be available through waneefestival.com and Tickets Today. They are on sale through Tuesday, December 9th at 6PM; however the supply is limited, so get them quick because they will most likely sell out before the December 9th cut off!
Walther Productions announces today that the All Good Music Festival & Campout will be held July 9 – 12, 2015. The 18th incarnation of the event is taking place at Berry Hill Farm in Summit Point, West Virginia (near Charles Town and Harper’s Ferry, WV). The new site, located in the Eastern panhandle of West Virginia, is approximately 90 minutes from Baltimore and 75 minutes from Washington D.C., and marks the festival’s return to Wild and Wonderful West Virginia. The festival lineup and further details will be announced in the coming months.
Before even getting into the music, a big shout-out needs to go The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park. It is such a beautiful and well run festival venue. Upon entering the park, you a see dense forest of large trees dripping with moss and many nooks to set up camp. Then when going into the festival grounds you are greeted by some of the kindest staff I have ever encountered at the music festival. Very rarely did you find yourself waiting the lines for security or bathrooms. The park has lots of experience with festivals and it clearly shows.
AURA Music & Arts Festival has added several new artists to the 2015 lineup including the debut of Break Science Live Band where the synergy and flow of electronic duo Borahm Lee and Adam Deitch will be joined by Lettuce’s Jesus Coomes on bass, Adam Smirnoff on guitar, Ryan Zoidis on sax and Eric Bloom on trumpet.
The first press conference of this year’s Harvest Fest opened with Samantha Fish and finished with Yonder Mountain String Band. While I was super excited to see Yonder and learn about everything new for them and the band, I admit that I wasn’t very familiar with the other musicians before this year’s festival.
Art and Music Festival The Mad Tea Party Jam, presented by Appalachian Jamwich, announces its return in 2015, taking place June 18th-21st. This marks its fourth year and annual celebration of love, art, and music in the beautiful mountains of Hedgesville, WV. It returns to the original venue of Ashton Farms, also known as "The Bavarian Villa," named for the red-roofed German style home situated on the romantic property.