Monday, August 12, 2013

Allman Brothers announce Peach Music Festival lineup



The Allman Brothers Band have finalized the line-up and set times for this weekend’s (August 15-18) second annual Peach Music Festival at Scranton, PA’s Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain Ski Area & Water Park.

The event features four days of music from artists such as the Allman Brothers Band (two nights), Bob Weir & Ratdog (two nights, plus Bob Weir solo acoustic), The Black Crowes, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals and Gov’t Mule, as well as nearly 20 other performers on two stages.

The festival begins Thursday with the “Peach Kick-off Party Feat. Rusted Root and More” and then The Allman Brothers Band will be headlining the Peach Stage on Friday and Saturday nights, preceded by Bob Weir & RatDog.

On Sunday, the Peach Stage kicks off with a stripped down set - dubbed Brunch with Bobby - a solo acoustic performance by Bob Weir. Closing out The Peach on Sunday is The Black Crowes.


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