All Good Music Festival
It is hard to believe that nearly 20 years have passed since our company began. With many talented bands coming through the Washington D.C. and Baltimore area, Tim Walther and I (Junipa Contento-Süslü) took it upon ourselves to begin a promotion and production company to focus on and heighten the awareness of a relatively new and burgeoning genre of music.
After having the greatest musical experience of my life for three shows in Chicago at the Dead’s last shows together less than a week before, I did not think it was so possible for that music high to continue, but the lineup and energy of the 2015 All Good Music Festival kept my music fix alive and well. Rolling deep with one of the best crews I have had in a while and an RV led to three days of uninterrupted music from one stage to another.
Flying Dog Brewery today announces its partnership with the All Good Music Festival and Camp Out – July 9-11 in Summit Point, West Virginia – where the brewery is developing a new beer exclusively for the event. The festival-themed ‘All Good Ale’ promises to be perfect for the heat of summer with refreshing passion fruit and crisp hop notes.
All Good Festival Announces 'Believe in Music' Stage; Supports Music Programs for Inner City Children
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.
The 18th annual All Good Music Festival & Campout returns to ‘Wild and Wonderful’ West Virginia. Offering fans the 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.
With its most exciting lineup yet, the 2015 All Good Music Festival & Campout returns to ‘Wild and Wonderful’ West Virginia. Held at Berry Hill Farm in Summit Point, WV, located only 90 minutes from Baltimore and 75 minutes from Washington D.C., the 18th annual event features performances from Primus, moe., Cake, Thievery Corporation, John Butler Trio, Lotus, SOJA, STS9, Greensky Bluegrass, Dark Star Orchestra and more with additional acts still to be announced.
Walther Productions announces today that the All Good Music Festival & Campout will be held July 9 – 12, 2015. The 18th incarnation of the event is taking place at Berry Hill Farm in Summit Point, West Virginia (near Charles Town and Harper’s Ferry, WV). The new site, located in the Eastern panhandle of West Virginia, is approximately 90 minutes from Baltimore and 75 minutes from Washington D.C., and marks the festival’s return to Wild and Wonderful West Virginia. The festival lineup and further details will be announced in the coming months.
After 17 consecutive years the All Good Music Festival is taking a year off in 2014 with solid plans to return in 2015 at an unspecified venue.
All Good Music Festival made its return to Legend Valley the weekend of July 18th-21st with what has now become an annual star-studded lineup of jamband and EDM favorites. This year was no different, with acts to please any music fans taste, ranging from bluegrass darlings Yonder Mountain String Band and Leftover Salmon, rock idol Les Claypool with Primus
The 17th Annual All Good Music Festival & Campout continues its exhibition of distinct and internationally recognizable talent as the festival unveils its initial 2013 lineup. Over 40 celebrated bands and musical artists hit the stages July 18-21 at the Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground - located 30 minutes east of Columbus - in Thornville, OH.