Furthur, Grace Potter, Pretty Lights Featured at Ohio’s All Good Festival
Furthur, Grace Potter and Pretty Lights will be among the big names appearing at this year’s All Good Music Festival in Ohio.
This will be the 17th annual incarnation of the All Good Music Festival & Campout, and will be held July 18-21 at the Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground. The site is in Thornville, Ohio, which is about 30 minutes east of Columbus.
Other notable acts this year include Primus, STS9, Keller Williams with the Travelin’ McCourys, North Mississippi Allstars, Leftover Salmon, The Infamous Stringdusters, March Fourth Marching Band and many others.
Tickets for the event include four days of admission to the festival, as well as camping and parking. Early bird tickets are on sale now for $179 per person, which is $70 off the regular admission gate price.
VIP packages and add-ons are available as well, including the “Even Better Pass,” which includes four-days of admission plus access to a premium campsite overlooking the main stage, a private festival check-in, air conditioned bathrooms, VIP showers, snacks and discounted beverages.
The festival has long been held on the same historic site, though it was previously known as Buckeye Lake Music Center. Performers that have performed at the festival in the past include Willie Nelson, The Allman Brothers Band and the Grateful Dead, among many others.
Furthur is comprised of Grateful Dead founding members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir. The group has been rolling out a few tour dates recently, including an eight-night residency at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. The two musicians got together as a Dead reunion of sorts to support the 2008 Obama campaign, and have been sporadically touring together since. Lesh also still makes many appearances with his ever-rotating band known as Phil Lesh & Friends, and Weir often appears with his group RatDog.