Werk Out Festival
For more than 10 years, The Werks have put on The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival which has hosted some of the top names in the business. The initial reveal of the lineup includes 3 nights of The Werks, Umphrey’s McGee, Lawrence, Andy Frasco & The U.N. and many more July 14 to 16 at Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground in Thornville, Ohio.
Nearly a year after America began its fight with the coronavirus pandemic, The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival is bouncing back stronger than ever. By adapting to the socially distanced era for events, The Werk Out will continue to rock with two nights of music at the spacious Legend Valley Music Venue & Campground in Thornville, Ohio July 23 and 24.
The Werk Out Festival has announced its daily lineup schedule for August 1st-August 3rd, 2019. In its 10th year founded and curated by The Werks, this year presents the most robust lineup yet with Big Gigantic, STS9, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Steel Pulse, The Floozies, Twiddle, Matisyahu, and more rounding out the genre-spanning lineup handpicked by the festival’s namesake band. In addition, the festival has announced single-day tickets available for the first time in their history.
Rounding out their biggest headlining lineup to date, Umphrey’s McGee will be playing two nights at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio (approximately 20 minutes East of Columbus, Ohio), alongside previously announced artists The Werks, Papadosio and Dopapod for The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival, held August 6-8.
Returning to Legend Valley on August 6-8, The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival features three nights of music from host band The Werks, two nights of Papadosio, and special guests Lettuce, Dopapod and many more, including a main headliner still to be announced!
Once again The Werk Out music festival impressed me beyond belief. This is the second year I have attended this event at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio, and I can’t imagine missing this music festival. Legend Valley has always had a very special place in my heart. It is near Buckeye Lake, a venue the Grateful Dead frequented in their later years.