Harvest Festival: Yonder Mountain, Bela Fleck, 7 Walkers, Railroad Earth

Here’s the lineup for the Harvest Music Festival which is headlined and organized by Yonder Mountain String Band. The fest take place this October 13-16 at Mulberry Mountain in the Arkansas Ozarks. Many of your favorite jam bands like Railroad Earth, The Wilders, Trampled By Turtles, and Dirtfoot will be playing multiple sets!

Tickets and more info at the official site.

2011 Harvest Festival Lineup

Yonder Mountain String Band (3 sets)
Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
Railroad Earth (2 sets)
7 Walkers featuring Papa Mali & Bill Kreutzmann
Emmitt Nershi Band
Punch Brothers (2 sets)
Split Lip Rayfield (2 sets)
Traveling McCoury’s (2 sets)
Peter Rowan
The Wilders (2 sets)
Trampled By Turtles (2 sets)
Reckless Kelly
Todd Snider
James McMurty
Sara Watkins
Great American Taxi
Dirtfoot (2 sets)
Mountain Sprout (2 sets)
Greensky Bluegrass (2 sets)
The Greencards
Steep Canyon Rangers
That One Guy
David Lindley
Jay Nash
Danny Barnes
Larry Keel & Natural Bridge
Nathan Moore
Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band (2 sets)
Mountain Standard Time
David Mayfield Parade (2 sets)
Elephant Revival (2 sets)
Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings (2 sets)
Big Smith (2 sets)
Deep Fried Pickle Project
Deadman Flats
Truckstop Honeymoon
P.K.B. – Pete Karsounas Band
Alaska String Band
Gleny Rae Virus & Her Tamworth Playboys
Whistle Pigs
Dead Winter Carpenters
Mountain of Venu
Dumptruck Butterlips
The Blackberry Bushes String Band


Yonder Mountain String Band
Leftover Salmon
Keller Williams & the Keels
Railroad Earth
Sam Bush
Martin Sexton
Brett Dennen
Split Lip Rayfield
Emmitt Nershi Band
Donna the Buffalo
The Travelin’ McCourys
Mountain Sprout
Infamous Stringdusters
Asylum St. Spankers
Adam Aijala & Larry Keel
Elephant Revival
Poor Man’s Whiskey
Big Smith
Town Mountain
Head for the Hills
Whitewater Ramble
Pert Near Sandstone
Ben Miller Band
Deadman Flats
Whistle Pigs
Mountain of Venus
Jeff & Vida
Cletus Got Shot
1 oz Jig

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