The Black Crowes, Jim James, and Melissa Etheridge headline this bluegrass bonanza. For 20 years, this fest has held a reputation as one of the most scenic and intimate in the country (and, with more than 60 breweries on hand, one of the tastiest). Thu-Sun, times vary.
Can a band have a knack for being both "old-timey" and "new-fangled?" This songwriter duo aims to do that by drawing on old folk and country sources in its contemporary bluegrass music. Rife with clear harmonies and rich acoustic instruments, songs like "My Lover, Adorned" and "Hop High" are sweet as a country peach. Fri 8 p.m.
This local septet attracted national attention in 2009, following the release its breakthrough EP, A Sky Underground. Mixing banjo, trombone, jovial harmonies, and cheery melodies into indie-pop bluegrass, the group has earned our Top Local Band honor in the past. Sat 8 p.m.
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