It seems the cold, dead hands old man winter have finally let go of the Midwest and the earth is coming back to life, which could only mean only one thing, Festival Season has arrived. And with the reigning champ this side of the Mississippi looking strong as ever, you need not look any further than the 14th annual All Good Music Festival and Campout in the West Virginia backs country for all your summer music needs.
High atop Marvin’s Mountaintop in Mason, West Virginia the All Good Festival provides four days and nights of constant music and staggering views of the Appalachian landscape on 655 acres.
Headlining this year’s festival are Grateful Dead icons, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir playing as Furthur. Other headliners include festival favorites, Wide Spread Panic, Umphrey’s McGee and Yonder Mountain String Band.
With 2 stages, fans are assured never to have pick or split their time between multiple shows on different stages at the same time. Being so, All Good promises a near perfect line-up. No fillers or other unwanted lame ducks in this schedule. Simply 4 days and nights of, as All Good would say, “music, camping, and loving.”
Other notable performers include the ever-evolving live spectacle of Bassnectar, the fusion electronic jams of Lotus, radio favorite Old Crow Medicine Show and the endless smooth songs of Perpetual Groove.
Also performing is George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelics, Keller Williams and The Added Bonus, Grace Potter and The Nocturnal, The Tea Leaf Green, Railroad Earth, Rebelution, The New Deal, The Pimps of Joy Time and The MacPodz along with many other performances yet to be announced.
With all of the early bird tickets already sold, the price of general 4-day pass stands at 179$. Also a 3-day pass, for those suck in the 9-5, is available for 159$.
But if the general admission isn’t what you’re looking for, if you’ve got your hopes on something a bit more VIP, upgrade to the Even Better Package for the luxury treatment. Even Better tickets include early admittance into the festival grounds of Thursday, a private VIP entrance, exclusive views of the grounds and stages, private bathrooms, discounted beverages, premium camping site, exclusive festival merchandise, and a fancy commemorative laminate to take home to all your jealous friends.
Tickets for RV and family friendly camping are also available for varying prices.
If you can’t afford the price of admission, join All Good’s WET program (Work Exchange Team) and work with the crew as a volunteer in exchange for admittance to the festival grounds.
Check in soon for added performances and other details and announces at www.allgoodfestival.com or here at RBGmagazine.com.