All Good Music Festival
Returning to Legend Valley in Central Ohio for the second year in a row, the All Good Festival today announced dates for the 17th annual event taking place July 18 – 21, 2013.Following 16 years of putting on the All Good Festival, the event was recently nominated by leading live music industry trade magazine, Pollstar, for 2012 'Music Festival of the Year. Festival co-founder Tim Walther stated, “We are thrilled to be recognized by our peers in the industry - this Pollstar nomination is a huge honor.
The All Good Music Festival has been around for 16 years, but for the first time since 2003 it was held away from Marvin’s Mountaintop in West Virginia. Once again the festival held up to its reputation for inspiring acts to put on big things.With Gathering of the Vibes happening in the same weekend, the festival had a dominant feel of Midwest in the air.
The All Good Festival and Campout today announced that it is releasing a limited number of Friday Arrival 3-Day (Fri-Sat-Sun) and Saturday Arrival 2-Day (Sat & Sun) passes.Festival founder Tim Walther says “There has been quite a bit of demand for All Good to offer ticketing options like this in the past but with the remoteness of our previous site in West Virginia, it didn’t really make sense.
Today the All Good Music Festival & Campout released the lineup for its fourth artist announcement.Continuing the trend of presenting diverse and unique performers, adding to its stacked artist roster ranging from rock, bluegrass, indie, and funk to electronica, hip-hop, collaborative jams, and much more.These bands augment a total of nearly 50 bands taking to the stages July 19-22 at the Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground located 30 minutes east of Columbus, Ohio:Dark Star OrchestraLarry Keel & Natural BridgeJe
The All Good Music Festival & Campout continues its exhibition of diverse and internationally notable talent as over 40 renowned music artists take to the stages July 19-22 at the Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground located 30 minutes east of Columbus, Ohio.The historic site, formerly known as the Buckeye Lake Music Center, has hosted a celebrated roster of famous performers and may be best known as the venue of several notable Grateful Dead performances in the late