Featuring: Phil Lesh & Friends • The Black Crowes • The Neville Brothers • Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Soul Stew Revival • Bill Kreutzmann Trio • Mike Gordon • Zappa Plays Zappa • Jackie Greene Band • Taj Mahal Trio • Dark Star Orchestra • Sam Bush Band • Assembly of Dust • Ryan Montbleau Band • New Riders of the Purple Sage • Deep Banana Blackout • Porter Batiste & Stoltz • David Gans • King For A Day • Donna Jean & The Tricksters • Strangefolk • Alternate Routes • American Babies • Master of Ceremonies Wavy Gravy a
Today, MONOLITH FESTIVAL presented by Esurance announces additional artists to an already stellar lineup. The festival, returning to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Saturday, September 13 and Sunday, September 14, debuted in 2007 as the first multi-day, multi-stage festival ever held at Colorado's beloved outdoor venue and was instantly adopted as an indie fan favorite and a staple of the summer festival season.
In an effort to give festival-goers the ultimate regional experience, the Mile High Music Festival and Denver's ArtDistrict on Santa Fe have agreed to work together combine the finest of art with the finest of music. The Mile High Music Festival will bring a diverse selection of music to a diverse demographic.
Tired of missing an artist you wanted to see perform because it conflicts with another band you like? Sick of wading through 80,000 people and not being able to see when you get there? Wondering why Kanye is playing before your favorite jam band? While it might not be able to solve all your festival problems, All Good Festival this year might solve some of them.
Sonic Bloom is a 3-day camping festival, connecting music, dance, art and human performance in an atmosphere designed to inspire open channels of creativity amongst everyone involved. Featuring bands such as Zilla and Lotus, groundbreaking DJ's like Bassnectar and Bluetech, and countless visual artists, participants and attendees of Sonic Bloom will together co-create a world of communal improvisation.
I arrived in the small town of Wilkesboro, North Carolina on Saturday morning. Wilkesboro is not the type of town you really notice or generally have any cause to stop in. In some many ways the town's 10,000 or so residents probably prefer it that way, you don't live in this kind of town if you like hearing your neighbor's TV at night. But last weekend was a weekend that you did want to pull off the highway, because just a few miles off the highway the country's top bluegrass and folk talents gathered to an adoring crowd