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No ROTHBURY 2010

Submitted by madison on Mon, 01/25/2010 - 9:44 pm

Today, festival organizers for the ROTHBURY music festival announced that they will not host a 2010 event.  According to event producers Madison House Presents and AEG Live, a contributing factor in the decision is that, due to various artists’ recording and touring schedules, timing will not allow them to assemble the cutting edge roster that has been associated with ROTHBURY.

ROTHBURY Unveils 2009 Think Tank

Submitted by madison on Wed, 06/17/2009 - 8:07 pm

It's been nearly a year since ROTHBURY's state-of-the-art "Party with a Purpose" inaugural event paved the way for the new generation of rock 'n' roll music festivals. The high-profile four-day affair tallied more than 35,000 attendees, representing 50 states. Fans traveled to Double JJ Ranch in Rothbury, Michigan, to witness, participate, and celebrate music, art, and get involved in climate change and clean energy solutions.

ROTHBURY: 2009 Preview

Submitted by amanda on Wed, 04/29/2009 - 5:50 am

A nasty day in February became much brighter when my Treo blew up as texts started flying in informing me that Rothbury 2009 was officially on.  After months of speculation and discussion about leases and bankruptcy and rumors of a possible alien abduction of any confirmed artists, this was fabulous news!

ROTHBURY Announces 2-Day Sat & Sun Ticket & Headliner Schedule

Submitted by madison on Mon, 04/27/2009 - 8:29 pm

ROTHBURY unveils the "2-Day Sat & Sun Ticket," a reduced rate ticket that allows access to the show on Saturday, July 4 and Sunday, July 5.  Also announced today, the lineup schedule for ROTHBURY 2009 headliners - The String Cheese Incident (their only 2009 performance) will top the bill on Friday, July 3; The Dead (their only summer appearance) will headline on Saturday, July 4; and Bob Dylan and His Band and Willie Nelson & Family will wrap up the weekend on Sunday, July 5.

Rothbury: Thursday with the Biscuits, EOTO, Lotus & Others

Submitted by amanda on Wed, 08/27/2008 - 1:48 pm

The funky, jammy, L.A. based Underground Orchestra proved to be a good start to the music of the weekend before the chaos started. Anthony Rogers-Wright proved to be an entertaining bassist and just one component of this group. Sam Feldman plays the mandolin, which I love, so this group had an instant in.

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