It’s All Good
Legendary rockers, psychedelic troubadours and bluegrass mavens convene in Legend Valley, OH for weekend festival
The All Good Music Festival and Campout is back for its 16th year July 19-22 and it’s closer to home than ever before. After years of good times and music on Marvin's Mountaintop in rural West Virginia the festival has been moved to Legend Valley, Ohio, near Columbus, which is also home to Hookahville and the Werk Out festival. A fitting venue as the lineup this year is filled with legendary acts that range from The Allman Brothers Band to The Flaming Lips. Staying true to West Virginian roots, there will be no shortage of bluegrass with performances by Yonder Mountain String Band, Railroad Earth, and Trampled by Turtles. The festival will continue with its philosophy of no overlapping sets, with two side by side stages that serve non stop music without the need to sacrifice seeing one show for another. Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, and Mickey Hart, former members of The Grateful Dead, will all be jamming with their respective side projects over the course of the weekend. Late night entertainment will be provided by electronic aficionados Lotus and Big Gigantic. To view the entire lineup or to purchase tickets visit the website.
July 19-22. $199. Legend Valley, Thornville, OH. www.allgoodfestival.com Be sure to keep an eye on the TCP Facebook page during the next two weeks, for a chance to win tickets to the All Good Music Festival and Campout!