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Tickets for the 14th annual All Good Music Festival went on sale at 12 noon today. They will sell at tiered prices, meaning that when the first and cheapest round of tickets sell out, the next tier, which is more expensive, will go on sale.
For those of you who don’t know about the fest, some explanation in necessary. The now 4 day music festival takes place each summer in Masontown, West Virginia. The small town welcomes music lovers from all over the country to its wide expanse of farm land.
As you pull into the beautiful mountain top, you park your car and unload all your stuff. One of the best aspects of this festival is that you get to camp out right on the land the performers are playing on. Check out the great mountain view, set up your tent, cook yourself a burger on your portable grill, crack open a beer, then head to the main stage to catch a show.
From most areas around the main stage area, the walk from campsite to music is only 2-5 minutes. All along the way, there are delicious and often healthy options for food if you opted not to bring your own. There are also many bathroom facilities on the mountain.
And the whole time you’re there camping, act after act performs on the festival’s stages. It’s really a great experience for music lovers.
The lineup this year hasn’t been fully released yet, but here’s who signed on so far:
- Furthur featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir
- Widepsread Panic
- Umphrey’s McGee
- Yonder Mountain String Band
- Dark Star Orchestra
- George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic
- Femi Kuti and the Positive Force
- Railroad Earth
- The New Deal
- Perpetual Groove
- Fox Knox Five
- The Macpodz
Keep checking the festival’s lineup page for more artist updates.
The first round of tickets for a three day pass costs $129. For a four day pass, first round prices start out at $144. For tickets, visit the All Good ticket page.
(3/7/10) UPDATE: It has just been announced that a few more acts have been added to the list of performers — Keller Williams & The Added Bonus, Bassnectar, Garage A Trois, The Travelin’ McCourys, Dr. Didg, and the Lee Boys.