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Today, Electric Forest announced ticket information and on sale dates for the 5th annual music and camping festival at the legendary Double JJ Ranch in Rothbury, Michigan.

Thunder on the Mountain Country Music Festival is excited to announce round one of the lineup for the 2015 festival. The first round of artists includes Zac Brown Band, The Band Perry, Eli Young Band and Chris Young, among others.

Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival returns to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams, MA on June 26-28, 2015. A limited number of specially-priced $124 early bird tickets go on sale Friday, at 10 a.m.

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\Yonder Mountain String Band is firing on all cylinders as they announce a slew of Winter and Spring 2015 tour dates throughout the South, Midwest, and West Coast. Jake Jolliff (mandolin) and Allie Kral (fiddle) will be along for the ride on both tours. First off in January 2015 & February 2015, YMSB headlines the following venues: Lincoln Theatre (Raleigh, NC: Jan.

React Presents is thrilled to announce that the fourth annual Spring Awakening Music Festival (SAMF) will return to the historic Soldier Field in Chicago, IL, Friday, June 12th, Saturday, June 13th, and Sunday June 14th

Just in time for the holidays, The Forecastle Festival will host a special presale on Friday, December 5 at noon EST through ForecastleFest.com.

The 2015 Wanee Music Festival, held April 16th to 18th at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL, is putting Early Bird Tickets on sale Friday, December 5th at 10AM.  3-Day General Admission Tickets, which include primitive camping, are just $175.00 (plus applicable fees) and will be available through waneefestival.com and Tickets Today.  They are on sale through Tuesday, December 9th at 6PM; however the supply is limited, so get them quick because they will most likely sell out before the December 9th cut off!&nbsp

Chris Porterfield is the guy you bring home to Mom. Earnest, heartfelt, and yes, a little tortured – but not irreparably so.  He’s also the front man and lead singer of the band Field Report, who played the Hi-Dive to a mellow but appreciative crowd on November 11th. It was the coldest day in my memory of Denver, so credit is due to the intrepid fans who ventured out.

The marquee reads “Poor Man’s Whiskey: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band,” and the assumption that they’re no more than a cover band is understandable. Helping fuel the fire is their history of playing The Fox Theater with their renditions of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” and the music of Old and In The Way. What the casual passerby doesn’t understand, however, is that there’s much more to this band than rehashing their favorite artists and albums on stage.

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