DSO, Roosevelt Collier, among new acts added to All Good bill
THORNVILLE, Ohio — The All Good Music Festival & Campout further expands the lineup for its 17th annual nationally recognized event with the addition of these artists: Dark Star Orchestra, Kung Fu, Moon Hooch, Roosevelt Collier (Artist at Large), Fear Nuttin' Band, Ultraviolet Hippopotamus, Cabinet, Superhuman Happiness and Mojoflo.
The deep rooted sense of culture and atmosphere at All Good is accurately on display in a new mini-documentary about the event created by Leave Your Mark TV which debuts online today at the festival’s YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/bpiKzK12HWI.
In total, nearly 50 musical artists hit the stages July 18-21 at the Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground – located 30 minutes east of Columbus. All Good’s highly diverse musical roster includes artists performing from rock, bluegrass, indie, funk, electronica, collaborative jams and much more.
Nominated for 2012 ‘Festival of the Year’ by live music industry trade publication, Pollstar, All Good offers a unique festival experience of having side-by-side main stages with absolutely no overlapping sets throughout the entire weekend.
The 2013 All Good Festival lineup includes: Furthur featuring Phil Lesh & Bob Weir, Pretty Lights, Primus, STS9, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Keller Williams with The Travelin' McCourys, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Leftover Salmon, Papadosio, The North Mississippi Allstars, John Scofield’s Uberjam, The Infamous Stringdusters, Trevor Hall, March Fourth Marching Band, The Soul Rebels Brass Band, The Bright Light Social HourThe Bridge, Tribal Seeds, Digital Tape Machine Ft. Kris Meyers and Joel Cummings of Umphrey’s McGee, The Revivalists, The Sheepdogs, Everyone Orchestra, Nahko and Medicine for the People, The Ragbird and The Stepkid, Yonder Mountain String Band, John Butler Trio, Beats Antique, The Werks, Lettuce, Toubab Krewe, The Soul Rebels, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, The Revivalists, The Everyone Orchestra, The Ragbirds, Fruition and The Rex Jam.
Once onsite, attendees can also expect comfortable camping, RV camping, quiet family camping, artisan food vendors, diverse craft vendors, regional microbrews, designated bonfire pits, kids entertainment, drum circles, play shops, and endless options for entertainment.
Tickets for the 17th Annual All Good Music Festival include all 4 days and nights of camping, parking, and all entertainment are available now at www.allgoodfestival.com/tickets. Advanced Tier 1 general admission tickets are available now for a limited time. 4-day tickets are available for $199 are $50 off the gate price, and 3-day tickets are $175 and $45 off the gate price; additionally, children 3 and under are admitted free with a paying adult.
In addition to Early Bird tickets, ‘Even Better’ VIP Packages offer a more enhanced festival experience including an exclusive concert viewing and camping area near the stages, private and air-conditioned bathrooms and showers, free festival taxi shuttles, premium All Good merchandise and more. Even Better tickets start at $495 and have consistently sold out in advance.
For complete All Good Festival ticketing options and information, please visit: www.allgoodfestival.com, www.facebook.com/allgoodmusicfestival and www.twitter.com/allgoodfestival.
Read about more incoming music festivals in Sunday’s Life section of The Herald-Dispatch.