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With Bonnaroo getting mainstream, and the scene getting shady, I heard some of you mention small festivals. I haven't heard alot of you talk about these festivals though. To help you out, if you are in the midwest or south east, these links might help you.
Dates:April 15,16 with gates opening on the 14th at noon
Here is the line up:
Allman Brothers Band Govt Mule Galactic Robert Randolph and The Family Band The John Popper Project With DJ Logic Oteil & The Peacemakers Max Creek Derek Trucks Band Dark Star Orchestra Ekoostik Hookah Tea Leaf Green Yellowman Frogwings
The only problem is that Wakarusa is pretty far away, but the line up is good and so is the price ($79.00 bucks right now)
Dates: June 17,18,19
Here is the line up:
String Cheese Incident Wilco Gov't Mule Umphrey's McGee North Mississippi Allstars STS9 (Sound Tribe Sector 9) Galactic Big Head Todd & The Monsters Jazz Mandolin Project Ozomatli Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Particle Little Feat Son Volt Neko Case Martin Sexton Calexico Mofro Split Lip Rayfield Donna the Buffalo The Samples Junior Brown New Monsoon Hackensaw Boys The Gourds Railroad Earth ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra) Chubby Carrier & the Bayou Swamp Band John Brown's Body Deep Fried Pickle Project The Schwag Moonshine Still Perpetual Groove Papa Mali The Big Wu Shanti Groove Xavier Rudd Old Crow Medicine Show Garaj Mahal Hot Buttered Rum String Band Tea Leaf Green Greyhounds Blueground Undergrass Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise Ari Hest Matisyahu The Jeff & Vida Band Truckstop Honeymoon
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