The Lumineers at Edgefest 2013

Have you ever been to an outdoor festival that should have been rained out? Have you ever stood in a field with thousands of other sopping wet party-goers waiting for the last band of the day, thinking to yourself, ‘I’ve got this far. I can make it another hour’?
Last night Edgefest was nearly obliterated by the rain. Rivers of rain and cried tears pooled in the park’s crevices, wet teenagers who couldn’t feel anything anymore anyway huddled under tarp that they ripped down from the fencing, and I actually picked up empty garbage bags from the ground and wrapped them around my shoulders to try to shield myself from the monsoon. Covered in a massive sheet of plastic, I crouched down and tried not to think about how cold and tired I was, how much I was looking forward to a warm bath and as many fuzzy layers as I could get my hands on. Water came off of me in streams. It got to the point where I was weighing how much The Lumineers actually meant to me – what I was willing to put myself through in order to hear them live…

When the filler music died down, and the crowd began to rush the stage, I stood and wandered closer; shaking the plastic wrap and feeling the falling water soak my feet. Pink flood lights beamed out over us, illuminating the rain in the darkened sky. The band picked up their instruments and as soon as the first few notes were strummed I knew what they playing; CCR’s ‘Have You Ever Seen the Rain.’ I closed my eyes and let the music wash over me. At no other time in my life has that song meant so much. Isn’t that the exact reason why we chase live music? To feel that perfect moment of calm amidst the chaos? To feel like the universe has purpose? How else could such a moment be designed?

Never in my life have I experienced such a concert moment; a song so perfectly chosen, one so soothing and so nostalgic, one that delivered such a sense of interconnectedness with not only the band, but the sky, and the day, and every decision that led up to the first words being sung. The Lumineers played that song for us, as a thank you for weathering the storm, and I looked onto them with new appreciation. Not only are they musicians with some great songs, they are a band who understands the magic of music.

Firefly Music Festival 2013 Preview

2013’s Firefly Music Festival is one of the must-see live music events of this summer. With headliners Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Red Hot Chili Peppers, you really cannot go wrong. But the cast of bands that fill out the roster including Foster the People, Dispatch, The Lumineers, The Avett Brothers, Passion Pit, Matt and Kim, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Vampire Weekend, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero’s, MGMT, Dr. Dog, and Public Enemy, Dover Delaware has officially been starred on the map as premier location for live music from 6/21 to 6/23/2013. 

The collection of groups seems to be just right, a mix of electronic music including popular acts like Ellie Goulding, Calvin Harris, Zedd, Chvrches, Krewella, and Big Gigantic helps fill out the futuristic side of things. There is a fair representation of up and coming acts that includes Crystal Fighters, Foxygen, The Neighbourhod, Twenty-One Piliots, Delta Rae, Atlas Genius, The Apache Relay and Last Bison. Even the hip-hop genre will be prevelant with heavy hitters Pubilc Enemy, Kendrick Lamar, Azalia Banks and new guy Action Bronson.

With over 65 bands over four stages, and headliners like Tom Petty and Red Hot Chili Peppers, this year’s Firefly Music Festival in Dover Delaware is sure to be a great experience. In addition, attractions like the Heineken Domes featuring various DJ’s, the Forest Cinema, the Arcade, a “style your own” Tom’s booth, Hammock Hangouts, and an illuminated pathway will fill out the experience.  Firefly even offers upscale camping called “Glamping” with air conditioned tents and bunks for a pretty penny. For the rest of us, see you camping out on the fields!


Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2013 – Saturday June 15th, Day Three Preview

Welcome to Day Three! Friday was a blast but don’t expect it to stop quite yet! We still have all of today and tomorrow to see before we all start the long trek home and both days hold some really exciting acts. The shows start today at 12:15 to give all of us tired, huddled, yearning masses a chance to sleep in a little bit before  it’s back into full swing. The first show I plan on seeing is the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. When my family visited New Orleans a few years ago, they caught this act in their hometown and raved about them for months so I’m psyched to see whether all the hullaballoo surrounding their live show lives up to expectations. Next up for me is Gov’t Mule, a Southern rock jam band founded by Allman Brothers band members and an act that tours every summer as sure as the sun rises. They’re a staple at festivals across the country and you don’t get to that level of popularity by being less than stellar. If you’re into house and electronic music, check out Four Tet over in “The Other Tent” while I check out alternative psychedelic band Portugal. The Man, whose newest album has been on repeat in my apartment since it came out June 4th. That being said, I will be leaving that show early so that I don’t miss a single minute of hip hop legend Nas who will be rocking “What Stage” from 5:00-6:15.

After Nas’ show, the evening begins the semi-awkward period of time where Beach House, A-Trak, and The Lumineers will be playing their sets but everyone will be looking forward to the main headliner of the night on “What Stage”, Mumford & Sons. For those of you who aren’t predisposed to white guys and banjoes though, immediately after Mumford & Sons, r&b superstar R.Kelly will be crooning through his hit filled set from 11:30-1:00 after which the Rock n’ Soul Superjam with Jim James, John Oates, Zigaboo Modeliste and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band will be kickin’ out the jams until 2:00 when those who are still awake will be treated to their choice of Empire of the Sun, Boys Noize, or Bustle In Your Hedgerow as the final shows of the evening.

It’s important to note that there are many other stages at Bonnaroo this year as there are every year and while I have only been focusing my previews on the main music stages, there is tons to experience beyond the normal shows. Many performers are also performing DJ sets or dancing in the tents beyond the regular stages so be sure to explore. Remember to stay fueled and hydrated and get ready for the last day!

Bonnaroo 2013 Schedule | Saturday, June 15th

What Stage:
Preservation Hall Jazz Band 1:00 – 2:00
Nas 5:00 – 6:15
Björk 7:00 – 8:30
Mumford & Sons 9:30 – 11:30
Which Stage:
Gov’t Mule 2:45 – 4:15
Solange 2:25 – 3:15
Cults 12:30 – 1:30
Portugal. The Man 4:00 – 5:15
Cat Power 6:15 – 7:15
The Lumineers 8:15 – 9:30
R. Kelly 11:30 – 1:00

This Tent:
Patrick Watson 12:30 – 1:30
Lord Huron 2:00 – 3:00
Tallest Man On Earth 3:30 – 4:45
Dirty Projectors 5:15 – 6:30
Beach House 7:00 – 8:30
Rock n’ Soul Dance Party Superjam featuring Jim James with John Oates, Zigaboo Modeliste (of the Meters), Preservation Hall Jazz 12:00 – 2:00
Bustle In Your Hedgerow 2:30 – 4:30
That Tent:
Two Gallants 1:45 – 3:00
Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls 3:30 – 4:45
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors 5:15 – 6:30
Dwight Yoakam 7:00 – 8:30
Billy Idol 12:00 – 1:30
Empire of the Sun 2:00 – 3:00

The Other Tent:
Clockwork 12:30 – 1:30
Death Grips 2:15 – 3:15
Four Tet 4:00 – 5:00
Matt & Kim 5:45 – 6:45
A-Trak 7:15 – 8:45
“Weird Al” Yankovic 12:00 – 1:30
Boys Noize 2:30 – 4:00

Bonnaroo Comedy Theatre hosted by IFC:
Michael Che, Nikki Glaser, Jared Logan, James Adomian 12:45 – 2:00
Ed Helms’ Whisky Sour Radio Hour 2:45 – 4:00
David Cross ft. James Adomian 4:30 – 5:45
Comedy Bang! Bang! with Scott Aukerman and Reggie Watts 6:30 – 7:45

New Music On Tap Lounge:
Ranch Ghost 12:00 – 12:50
James McCartney 1:20 – 2:10
Chris Stapleton 2:40 – 3:30
Daniel Romano & The Trilliums 4:00 – 4:50
Lucius 5:20 – 6:10
SIMO 8:00 – 8:50
Bean 9:20 – 10:10
William Tyler 10:40 – 11:30
Mac DeMarco 12:00 – 12:50
Cafe Where?:
Stop Light Observations 6:40 – 7:30
Peanut Butter Lovesicle 1:45 – 2:45
Tiny Victories 3:45 – 4:45
Kyng 6:00 – 7:00
The Revivalists 8:30 – 9:30

Silent Disco:
DJ Keebz 4:00 – 6:00
DJ Sam Spiegel of N.A.S.A. 6:00 – 8:00
Jared Dietch 11:00 – 2:00
MSSL CMMND 2:00 – 5:00

Sonic Stage:
Johnnyswim 12:00 – 12:30
Futurebirds 12:45 – 1:15
Rayland Baxter 1:30 – 2:00
JEFF the Brotherhood 2:15 – 2:45
Kalidescope Space Tribe 3:00 – 3:45
Ryan Montbleau Band 4:00 – 4:30
Patrick Watson 4:45 – 5:15
Lord Huron 5:30 – 6:00
Matrimony 6:15 – 6:45

Solar Stage:
MC Yogi 11:30 – 12:30
Ryan Montbleau Band 1:00 – 1:45
Naia Kete 2:00 – 2:45
The Mowgli’s 3:00 – 3:45
Preservation Hall Jazz Band 4:00 – 4:45
Special Guest (Performance & Interview) 5:00 – 5:45
Mawre African Drum & Dance 6:00 – 7:00
The Flavor Savers Beard & Mustache Contest Carnivalesque Entertainment:
Bellydance & Vaudeville 8:30 – 9:30

Sasquatch 2013 Day Four: Rain won the fight… but music won the battle.


Part of the quintessential festival experience is enjoying the time you get with the random people you meet and, often but not always, the people camping next to you. Don’t get me wrong, it sometimes happen that you’re so terrified of your new camp-mates that you avoid your own tent, but on this weekend, the planets aligned: really though, there was a planetary conjunction visible over the weekend where Venus, Jupiter, and Mercury could be seen near the horizon in the western hemisphere, but the nerd in me digresses. Our tent-neighbours were one of the opening acts on Sunday, Wake Owl, their management team, a group of guys from different parts of Washington State, and a couple who worked for one of the sponsors. All contributed to a spectacular weekend but when it started to rain and the idea of a wet day watching the final day of music seemed not all that important anymore, it’s great neighbours that really motivate those of little faith. Festivals bring together such an unbelievable collection of music from all genres that the place is constantly brimming with anticipation of the next great act. With that in mind, the rain jackets were donned, a beer or two was consumed, and the gates opened for the final day of Sasquatch Music Festival.

**The Wild Feathers

The Nashville based Wild Feathers opened the Yeti stage, and, as per my morning ritual of reviewing and sending off the previous days recap, I was in the Media Area next to said stage. Stepping out onto the (covered) patio, Tyler Burns, Joel King, Ricky Young and Preston Wimberly I witnessed the boys lay done some heavy guitar and impressive vocals making noise enough to fill the bigger stages had they been given the opportunity. Clearly Nashville boys at heart, bits of country, folk, and the occasional hint of the blues they rocked into “Backwoods Company” early in their set and although slowing down the tempo afterwards closed out strong with their single, “The Ceiling” pleasing not just their die-hard fans but a number of strays that found their way to where the loudest sounds were coming from that morning.


The next act I escaped the shelter of the Media Area for was one of the most surprisingly funny and yet easily one of the hardest hitting shows of the day; Minneapolis based rapper, punk-rocker, musician, and all-around talented guy, Stefon Alexander, better known to most as P.O.S. Charismatic and witty right from the get go you could tell that no matter where this multi-talented man plays a show, there are bound to be hard core fans in attendance. It should be mentioned at this point that the stage had gotten incredibly wet by this point and with the amount of energy P.O.S. was putting out with awkwardly great dance moves, running, and jumping, he had a small slip (literally, although recovering with class) leading to the idea that maybe he was better off, and safer, rapping from IN the crowd! Jumping off stage, he took to the audience, climbing over barriers and moving press and security out of the way and began laying hard into some of his lyrically powerful tracks, at times performing them specifically for different fans that were rapping every word right back at him. He opened with “Bumper”, a dance-inducing track that feels too short only because the groove hits so well and your dance moves are only just beginning, and with some great banter in between songs, launched right into funky-ass track after another including, “Weird Friends”, “Fuck Your Stuff”, and then closing out with “Get Down”. The closer had the largest crowd of the day so far going crazy, dancing with every ounce of energy they had inspiring Stef to show off a new dance move of his own, The Little Cowboy, which, as mentioned before was awkwardly amazing and made twice as great by the fact that he openly admitted afterwards “… I’m a terrible dancer, guys. But sometimes you just gotta dance!” A show that was as much fun as the musical influences behind it were varied, P.O.S. could do no wrong this day and likely created many more of those hard core fans that will no doubt catch everything related to this man (and he has a number of side projects, all worth checking out) anytime he’s within driving distance of them. I had the opportunity to sit down with Stef earlier in the day so be sure to head back here soon to read all about the surprising things this man has planned for the future.

Back on the Yeti Stage, the Canadian folk band The Barr Brothers did everything they could to battle the technical difficulties the rain was creating for sound techs all over the Gorge. Some unfortunate spikes in the audio had them moving away from the mics from time to time but that didn’t stop them from tossing out gem after gem from their debut self-titled album. The opening track of the album made for a great opening track for the set and every knew by the time “Beggar in the Morning” finished that Andrew and Brad Barr, Sarah Page, and Andres Vial weren’t about to let anyone rain on their parade… festival. Sorry. It had to be said at least once. Charging through “Ohh Belle” and “The Devil’s Harp” with great guitar solos, some really talented harmonica used just right, and of course, Page on a massive harp with which she’s classically trained, well, technical difficulties be damned, this group is in it to win it and the folk world better be ready for them because I know I can’t wait for a new album to drop soon (no hints were given, but a boy can hope).


Over on the main stage, although I missed an earlier performance by Imagine Dragons (with an apparently car-sized drum amongst a multitude of percussion instruments), I made sure to catch the always interesting, always weird, and always entertaining Cake. I showed up just as “Love You Madly” began and things you probably can’t even picture began happening all over: Batman danced with a pink gorilla and large men who’ve never done more than tap a toe found themselves twirling and flailing their arms to their heart’s content. And that was just on the lawn, lord knows what was happening in the pit. So I moved into the pit. Frontman John McCrea spoke passionately about releasing their newest album Showroom of Compassion (their sixth) on their own independent label and, “… thanks to the 75 of you that still purchase musical content we did just fine!” Playing a number of new songs including “Long Time” and “Sick of You”, fan participation was not an issue, at one point dividing the audience down the middle and having them sing contrasting lyrics created a symphony of sound that you could tell made every member of this unique group on stage pleased as punch. Although I’m sure the illicit drugs I saw freely being passed around only heightened the experience, these guys put on one wild and wonderful show even for those of us only slightly drunk. With red jeans and a blue hoody, McCrea was completely laid back and at home on the main stage even stating “… what should we play next… since we don’t use a set list, I guess we should figure that out…” then turning around, he clearly discussed just that with the band. Their debut single, recorded back in 1993, “Rock and Roll Lifestyle” was just as satirical and relevant as ever causing a ripple effect of laughter and awkward neighbour checks as the irony of the lyrics set in and many realized they were being politely but poignantly mocked with lines like “… is it you or your parents in this income tax bracket?”. The guys closed with a great country-rock style hit called “Stickshifts and Safety Belts” and I’m sure that when most of the audience came down from their trips they’ll know they just witnessed a classic performance from a timelessly necessary band.

Over on Bigfoot I caught the tail end of the Twin Shadows performance. A group I wasn’t familiar with until walking up to the show I have to say that my first impression (of the three songs I caught) was the feeling that this new wave, American singer/songwriter, George Lewis, Jr., would feel comfortable on any soundtrack from roughly 1982 thru to today. Catchy hooks with a moody, down-tempo vibe leading into synthesized dance beats and falsetto vocals created a feeling of melancholia that has you pinning for a lost love and excited to fall for whoever comes around the corner and into your life next.

With the unfortunate knowledge that I would only be able to catch one last act before having to hit the road home, Alt-J won out over The Lumineers as I’ve had their debut album, An Awesome Wave on repeat for a number of months now and needed to hear this unique new music in person. A couple of moody and hypnotising tracks got their set started as deep purples and moody blues bathed the stage in soft lighting right up to the point a driving beat hit in “Something Good”; one of the many singles causing a stir off the aforementioned album. Although, in all honesty, not a single member of this band looks old enough to drink while visiting the United States, Gwil Sainsbury, Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton, and Thom Green played an incredibly tight set for a crowd of thousands that couldn’t get enough of the almost technical way that these four perform their idiosyncratic and genre-defying songs. Possibly their biggest single off the album was “Fitzpleasure” and from the first note, everyone in attendance seemed to know what was coming: a sing-a-long to lyrics that most closely resemble gibberish to those unaccustomed to the vocal styling of Newman but that didn’t start from a full out dance party starting and continuous clapping to the entrancing beat. Once their other smash hit, “Breezeblocks” began, the collective minds of the masses had been fully blown and I knew it wasn’t going to get much better; it was time to call it quits.

Although sad to have missed Postal Service‘s festival closing performance, I knew that their incredibly successful, radio friendly (because absolutely everyone I know that’s ever heard it, loves it, regardless of age, sex, or… height?) single “Such Great Heights” (see what I did there…) would’ve been the highlight of the show and sent everyone packing with the knowledge that they were fortunate enough to witness some of the biggest bands in the world come together for another absolutely incredible weekend in The Gorge. The cornucopia of music being played over four days was staggering to say the least and the phrase, “I don’t know how any band is gonna top that performance…” seemed to be screamed out after nearly every show. Highlights you ask? Well, if you ask me, the Brits stole the show this year: Bloc Party, Arctic Monkeys, The XX, Alt-J, and of course Mumford and his Sons. That being said, spending an afternoon chatting with P.O.S. then watching him absolutely take over the festival at the time made one of the biggest impressions on me and was the first story I told when asked the inevitable, “So… how was your weekend” to which, after no thought at all, I could generally surmise with: unforgettable.

Check out Chelsea Chernobyl’s photos of Sasquatch 2013 Day Four

Sasquatch 2013 – Monday lineup preview

Damn you Bigfoot stage! Damn you. Yet again your lineup annoys me at how good it is. With such a great expanse to explore, not stretching one’s legs seems lazy. But Honda’s forcing you to debate set options again.

The fantastic thing about a festival as diverse as Sasquatch! is that if you can drag yourself away from your favourite (Bigfoot) stage for a while, and you wander around the grounds, you can not only get your hair cleaned – but also maybe discover some new music from a great band, live.

If over the past few days you haven’t seen performances on all stages, utilize this last day and check out at least one random artist/band that you haven’t seen, on a stage you haven’t visited. If, however, you have seen all stages. Stay at Bigfoot until at least The Lumineers are on.

Sasquatch 2013 Monday Performer Set Times:

Cthulhu Stage Line up:
Nissim 1:00pm-1:45pm
Theoretics 4:45pm-5:30pm
Grieves 7:00pm-7:45pm

Honda Bigfoot Stage Line up:
Gold Fields 12:40pm-1:10pm
CHVRCHES 1:25pm-2:10pm
P.O.S. 2:25pm-3:10pm
Cody ChesnuTT 3:25pm-4:10pm
Dirty Projectors 4:30pm-5:30pm
Death Grips 5:50pm-6:50pm
Twin Shadow 7:10pm-8:10pm
Alt-J 8:30pm-9:30pm
Rusko 10:00pm-11:30pm

El Chupacabra Stage Line up:
James Adomian 1:45pm-2:30pm
Mike Birbiglia 3:35pm-4:35pm
ODESZA 4:55pm-5:40pm
Toro Y Moi 6:00pm-7:00pm
Disclosure 7:30pm-8:30pm
Steve Aoki 9:00pm-10:30pm

Yeti Stage Line up:
The Wild Feathers 12:30pm-1:00pm
Luke Sital-Singh 1:15pm-2:00pm
Brown Bird 2:20pm-3:05pm
Elliott BROOD 3:20pm-4:25pm
The Barr Brothers 4:45pm-5:45pm
Menomena 6:05pm-7:05pm
Beachwood Sparks 7:25pm-8:25pm
Ariel Pink 8:45pm-10:00pm

Sasquatch Stage Line up:
Peace 1:00pm-1:30pm
Willy Moon 1:45pm-2:30pm
Ryan Bingham 2:45pm-3:45pm
Imagine Dragons 4:05pm-5:05pm
Azealia Banks 5:30pm-6:30pm
Cake 7:00pm-8:00pm
The Lumineers 8:30pm-9:30pm
The Postal Service 10:00pm-11:30pm

Osheaga 2013 will feature The Cure, Mumford & Sons, New Order, Phoenix, Kendrick Lamar, Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis and many more

The line up has been revealed for Montreal’s annual Summer festival, Osheaga. 2013’s Osheaga will feature The Cure, Mumford and Sons, Phoneix, New Order, Vampire Weekend and The Lumineers as headliners as well as Kendrick Lamar, Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis, Hot Chip and many more.

Full artist line up at Osheaga 2013:

The Cure, Mumford and Sons, Phoneix, New Order, Vampire Weekend, The Lumineers, Kendrick Lamar, Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis, Hot Chip, Tegan and Sara, Alt-J, Ellie Goulding, Beach House, Pretty Lights, Imagine Dragons, Two Door Cinema Club, Porter Robinson, Ben Howard, Flogging Molly, Explosions In The Sky, Big Boi, Silversun Pickups, Azealia Banks, Baauer, The Gaslight Anthem, Father John Misty, Tommy Trash, Jimmy Eat World, Misteur Valaire, Disclosure, Yelawolf, Frightened Rabbit, We Are Wolves, Angel Haze, Death Grips, Diamond Rings, Grouplove, Xavier Cafeine, Jessie Ware, The Heavy, Hollarado, Holy Ghost!, Icona Pop, Jake Bugg, Wild Nothing, Style Of Eye, The Head and the Heart, Jets, A Tribe Called Red, Frank Turner, The Neighborhood, DIIV, Atlas Genius, The Knocks, Rone, Floating Points, Oberhofer, Carnage, Wild Belle, Jackmaster, Amtrac, Shovels and Rope, EC Twins, Kidnap Kid, Hannah Georgas, Hyphen Hyphen, MNDR, Loud Lary Ajust, Dusted, Guards, Ponctuation, Lucy Rose, Nightbox, Odezenne and Humans

Over twenty artists still to be announced.

Bonnaroo 2013 Tickets on Sale Today – Here’s the Line-up you don’t want to miss

Today’s the day that Bonnaroo tickets officially go on sale. Now although you’d have been a fool to miss previous Bonnaroo’s, this one exemplifies why you can’t not be there. So get your tickets early (ie now) before they’re sold out.

So do as you’re told, trust us, we’ve done it many times before, it’s good for you. Pre-book your flight to Nashville, or set up some sort of epic road trip and grab your Bonnaroo 2013 tickets right now.

The Bonnaroo 2013 Lineup includes:

Paul McCartney, Mumford & Sons, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers,
Björk, Wilco, Pretty Lights, R. Kelly, Wu-Tang Clan, Of Monsters and Men,Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, Matt & Kim, Billy Idol, Dirty Projectors, Alt-J, Passion Pit, The xx, Kendrick Lamar, Grizzly Bear, Animal Collective, Nas, ZZ Top, Beach House, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, A$AP Rocky
, Cat Power, Daniel Tosh, The National, The Lumineers, David Byrne & St. Vincent, Jim James, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Tame Impala, Boys Noize, Glen Hansard, Gov’t Mule, Gaslight Anthem, Portugal. The Man, Wolfgang Gartner, Sam Bush & Del McCoury, Dwight Yoakam, Foals, Porter Robinson, Local Natives, Trombone Shorty, John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension, Noam Pikelny & Friends, Amadou & Mariam, Father John Misty, Baroness, The Tallest Man On Earth, Walk The Moon, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, A-Trak, The Vaccines, Earl Sweatshirt, Paper Diamond, Holy Ghost!, Divine Fits, Mike Birbiglia, Purity Ring, Swans, Frank Turner, Big K.R.I.T., Allen Stone, Cults, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Fatoumata Diawara, Two Gallants, The Sheepdogs, Four Tet, Calexico, Japandroids, Death Grips, Conspirator, Wild Nothing, AraabMUZIK, John Fullbright, Django Django, HAIM, Killer Mike, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Action Bronson, Clockwork, twenty | one | pilots, Reptar, DIIV, Milo Greene, Lord Huron, Futurebirds, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Charli XCX, JEFF The Brotherhood, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, Sea Wolf, JD McPherson, Trixie Whitley, Deap Vally, Patrick Watson, Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers, The Stepkids, Aoife O’Donovan, Bombino, Bernhoft, Matthew E. White

With 2013’s Bonnaroo SUPERJAMS including :
Soul SuperJam ft. Jim James with John Oates, Zigaboo Modeliste (of the Meters), Preservation Hall Jazz Band and more TBA! and Ed Helms Bluegrass Situation Superjam with special guests