Returning to Legend Valley on August 6-8, The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival features three nights of music from host band The Werks, two nights of Papadosio, and special guests Lettuce, Dopapod and many more, including a main headliner still to be announced!
Creating their own “psychedelic dance rock,” The Werks fuses shredding guitar with the screaming organ of jam and classic rock, the slap bass of funk and the more modern sounds of synthesizers and dance beats. Coming off of a monumental 2014, the host band has two new releases with their new album, Mr. Smalls Sessions and their live recording of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon (performed at last year’s Werk Out Festival with help from members of Papadosio and Dopapod).
Papadosio has amassed a dedicated following of thousands through their melding progressive rock with psychedelia, folk with electronica, and dance music with jam. The band completed their innovative Night & Day (Live) series late last summer, where they posted on Youtube new songs they recorded live.
2015’s full lineup includes:
The Werks (three nights)
+ an additional headliner TBA March 30
Papadosio (two nights)
Dopapod (two nights)
The Nth Power
The Main Squeeze
Pgrass (featuring Brock Butler of Perpetual Groove)
...and more to be announced!
Formerly known as Buckeye Lake Music Center, the sprawling festival grounds of Legend Valley have played host to some of Ohio’s most memorable live performances of the past five decades including half a dozen Grateful Dead concerts as well as tour stops from Lollapalooza, AC/DC, WOMAD, The Allman Brothers Band, and numerous other large events.
GA festival passes are available now for $99.99 and $199.99 for VIP packages which include Official VIP-Access Laminate, VIP only Showers, VIP only Bathrooms, VIP only concert viewing area & more. The link for ticket purchase is http://www.eventbrite.com/e/
The Werk Out Festival is produced by Trickle Productions and The Werks Music, LLC
More information and festival tickets are available at http://www.thewerkoutfestival.