All Good Festival Announces 'Believe in Music' Stage; Supports Music Programs for Inner City Children

Article Contributed by | Published on Thursday, April 2, 2015

After touring with The Bridge for over a decade, musician Kenny Liner started a Baltimore non-profit organization, called Believe in Music, as a way to give back to the city from which he came. Believe in Music’s mission is to promote self-expression and community awareness through music education. Working in underprivileged communities, the organization reaches out teaching music to dozens of students each day.

Liner has developed a relationship with Walther Productions, working to produce events while raising money for Believe in Music and awareness of its mission.  Together, they crafted the concept for the Believe in Music Stage at this year’s All Good Music Festival, a third performance area situated adjacent to the camping area. “I’m so thankful for All Good’s commitment to serving disadvantaged communities and their understanding of how vital it is for every student to have the opportunity to learn music, no matter where they come from” says Liner.

Up and coming acts will come together on the stage, interact closely with attendees and All Good Presents affiliates, and perform within a culture of community outreach. Additionally, the Believe in Music stage will feature workshops run by various main stage artists.  On behalf of each artist performing on the Believe in Music Stage, All Good Festival is making a donation directly benefitting the program.

Artists performing the Believe in Music Stage:

Big Something


B Side Shuffle

Drop Electric

Fletcher’s Grove

Grand Ole Ditch

Tabasco Bustelo

Second Self

“We feel so grateful for the chance to not only perform at this amazing festival, but to have such a great opportunity to give back to the community that we live in” says Jon Brady of ELM.  Nick MacDaniels of Big Something says  “We are really excited and honored to be a part of it!”

Held July 9 – 11, the 18th annual All Good Music Festival & Campout offers fans a fantastic combination of music festival isolation at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains along with convenient access from the entire mid-Atlantic region, the venue Berry Hill Farm is located in Summit Point, WV, only 90 minutes from Baltimore and 75 minutes from Washington D.C.  The complete artist lineup for the 2015 All Good Music Festival includes:




Thievery Corporation




John Butler Trio

The Word

Railroad Earth

Greensky Bluegrass

Dark Star Orchestra

Keller Williams

Yonder Mountain String Band


Joe Russo’s Almost Dead

JJ Grey & Mofro

Chris Robinson Brotherhood



Balkan Beat Box


The Motet

Everyone Orchestra

The Bridge

Elephant Revival

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong





Judah & the Lion

Early Bird Tier 2 tickets offer three days and nights, parking, and all entertainment for $189 and are available at ‘Even Better VIP’ options offer expanded and enhanced festival experiences with an Even Better area closer to the concert venue as well as a host of additional benefits. Tier 2 Even Better tickets are available for $495.

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