Joining the folk-rockers, whose latest album is encouragingly titled “We’re All Going to Die,” will be Blackberry Smoke, who recently headlined at Manchester Music Hall. In a news release, festival president Tiffany Bourne said Smoke has been the most requested band by festival goers. While they close out the fest on the 8th, the opening-night lineup is topped by the Old 97’s, whose lastest “Graveyard Whistling” (such encouraging titles) dropped last week.
Other highlights of the lineup include white-hot singer and songwriter Parker Millsap, Canadian star Colter Wall and one of Lexington’s hottest exports, The Wooks.
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Tickets are on sale for $20 July 7 only, $40 July 8 through May 31, and $45 for a weekend pass through March 31.
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