This weekend marked the 14th annual All Good Music Festival, a jamfest in the hills of West Virginia. The first review we have is a recap from MTV followed by some of unique first-hand perspectives including some video and photos.
This past weekend, 15,000 enthusiastic music fans descended upon the majestic hills of Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, West Virginia for the 14th annual All Good Music Festival. They were treated to over 40 hours of music ranging from rock to reggae. [Read the rest of the review…]
via Washington City Paper
If there’s one place you’re guaranteed not to find rocket-propelled grenades, it’s the All Good Festival, a sprawling destination for besotted pilgrims–the descendants, at least ethically, of those Otis Redding once termed “the love crowd.” The event is characterized more by raggedly goofy goodwill, from the noodlers content to circumscribe themselves for hours within day-glo hula hoops to the pods descending on the drainage pond for a free shower and a sÃ©ance with the butterflies. [Read the rest of the review…]
via Glorious Noise
The third day of any music festival is when things get really funky. Your feet are caked with dirt and you smell, and two days of trying not to use the Port-A-Johns are beginning to catch up with you. You’ve now spent the better part of two days saturated by music, and the novelty of it all is beginning to wear off. It takes more for a Saturday act to wow you, no matter how much you may or may not have blunted your senses over the past two days. [Read the rest of the review…]