All Good Festival Adds Dark Star, Larry Keel, Jerry Joseph, Rubblebucket

Article Contributed by | Published on Tuesday, March 27, 2012

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 BridgeJerry Joseph & The JackmormonsPassafireThe Devil Makes ThreeCorey Harris & The Rasta Blues ExperienceRubblebucketThe Pimps of JoytimeRed Wanting BlueMoon HoochCris Jacobs BandThe All Good Festival continues its tradition of side by side main stages with no overlapping sets guaranteeing every patron the opportunity to see every performance in full.The complete 2012 All Good Festival lineup includes:The Allman Brothers BandPhil Lesh & FriendsThe Flaming LipsBob Weir & Bruce Hornsby featuring special guest Branford MarsalisMichael FrantiYonder Mountain String BandLotusDark Star OrchestraG. Love & Special SauceBig GiganticGalacticShpongle presents The MasqueradeSOJAMickey Hart BandTrampled By TurtlesRailroad EarthPapadosioThe WerksTea Leaf GreenConspiratorGreensky BluegrassLettuceThe Wood BrothersALOLarry Keel & Natural BridgeThe New MastersoundsJerry Joseph & the JackmormonsPassafireDevil Makes ThreeCorey Harris & The Rasta Blues ExperienceRubblebucketElephant RevivalThe LumineersThe Pimps of JoytimeRed Wanting BlueEveryone OrchestraThe MacpodzDirtfootMoon HoochYellow DubmarineRumpke Mountain BoysCris Jacobs BandThe 4onthefloorThe Rex JamDJ WhoThe 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 1980’s & early 90’s.   This new location in Ohio for the All Good Festival offers easy access to the site with better roads and faster processing than were possible at the festival’s previous site in West Virginia.Once onsite, attendees can also expect comfortable camping, RV camping, quiet family camping, artisan food vendors, diverse craft vendors, regional microbrews, designated bonfire pits, kids entertainment, drum circles, play shops, endless options for entertainment and safety.Tickets to the 16th annual All Good Music Festival & Campout are on sale at and include all 4 days and nights of camping, parking, plus all entertainment.There are also Even Better VIP packages available, which include an exclusive concert viewing and camping area close to the stages, private and air conditioned bathrooms and showers, free taxi shuttles, premium All Good merchandise and more.