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Published: 2013/06/14

Interlocken Reveals Daily Lineups, Adds Tedeschi Trucks Band, Punch Brothers, Keller & The Keels and More

The daily lineups for the inaugural Interlocken Festival have been confirmed in today’s Bonnaroo Beacon. A number of artist additions have also been revealed as part of the announcement, including Tedeschi Trucks Band, Punch Brothers, Keller & The Keels, Founding Fathers, Pegi Young & The Survivors, Hackensaw Boys and Love Canon. More artists are expected to be announced in the future, along with a number of unique artist pairings. As previously reported, the unique event will take place at the Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA on September 5-8.

The String Cheese Incident will play two sets on the festival’s opening day, including the final performance of the night. Gov’t Mule, The Warren Haynes Band and Keller & The Keels will also perform on that Thursday, September 5.

Furthur will play two sets on Friday, September 6, including the closing set of the night. That day will also feature a set from the String Cheese Incident, as well as a very special set from the Zac Brown Incident, which will consist of the String Cheese Incident with Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band. Founding Fathers will also play early Friday.

Saturday, September 7 will feature performances by Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Furthur (playing Workingman’s Dead and more), Widespread Panic with John Fogerty, The Black Crowes, Punch Brothers, Pegi Young & The Survivors and Love Canon. Neil Young & Crazy Horse will play the final set of the night.

The festival will wrap up on Sunday, September 8 with a full day of music. Furthur, Widespread Panic, The Black Crowes, Tedeschi Trucks Band and Hackensaw Boys will hold it down that day, with Furthur closing out the event that night.

Preparations for the event are already underway at the Oak Ridge Farm and in the surrounding area. WSET-TV reports that many nearby hotels have already sold out, and that a lot of work has been put into a traffic plan for the event. The festival, which is being organized by H.O.R.D.E. co-founder Dave Frey and Relix publisher Peter Shapiro, expects to attract 30,000 fans.

Tickets to the Interlocken Festival are now on sale, with four-day General Admission passes currently going for $249. Student discount tickets are on sale for $180 as well. There are also a few VIP packages available, including a Super VIP option that provides access to an exclusive acoustic set from Furthur, among other amenities.


There are 8 comments associated with this post

WOW! June 14, 2013, 13:14:45

Everyday looks great, but Saturday looks EPIC. Got to get to this one.

jackstrawdc June 14, 2013, 17:36:29

This is ridiculous. And I can’t believe how little I’m paying to see all these bands!!

timmy June 14, 2013, 21:00:54

Agreed on saturday looking epic. I love the multiple sets by most of the bands. Also not too many great bands with overlapping sets. I will be in Denver for Phish right before this, and I’m seriously considering heading out to Virginia right after. The stars have aligned, and this might be the greatest week of music in my life.

Who'd June 15, 2013, 10:47:45

Who the crap is love cannon

carolinaphil June 16, 2013, 18:37:05

Any questions…............

S June 18, 2013, 10:32:28

Wow, Thursday looks awful, Friday is kind of a snooze too, Furthur is awesome but lots of holes, Is there only one stage? And no Late Night Acts? Hmmmmm, don’t believe the hype…

timmy June 22, 2013, 18:11:52

Thursday and friday are the polar opposite of “awful”. Nobody wants you there S.

D June 24, 2013, 03:21:12

Dear panic, please come to Los Angeles. That is all thank you kindly.

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