If you haven’t already purchased your tickets for this weekend’s amazing 3rd Annual Meadowgrass Festival, we’re here to entice you with a little bit of what you can expect. Everything you need to know about this year’s festival can be found at meadowgrass.org including the lineups, camping information, directions to La Foret and tickets.

Here’s a video tour of La Foret:

And here’s a little taste of some of the amazing music from the last two festivals and a few you can look forward to this weekend.

Songs from Meadowgrass, 2009

“Talk To Me Devil, Again” by Magnolia Electric Co.

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“Nowhere Good” by Edith Makes a Paper Chain

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“No One Will Every Love You” by Sarah Borges

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Songs by bands coming to Meadowgrass in May 2010

“Everything is Moving so Fast” by Great Lake Swimmers

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“All There Is” (Live @ KEXP) by Gregory Alan Isakov

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“Buried Treasure” (Live @ KEXP) by Grant-Lee Phillips

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“The West Was Burning” (Live at KRCC) by Martha Scanlan

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“Peace of Mind” (Live at Studio Bee) by Cahalen Morrison

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And here are tracks from some of the artists appearing at Meadowgrass 2011:

Horse Feathers (playing Saturday):

Haunted Windchimes (playing Saturday):
“Sea Bride”

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Damien Jurado (playing Sunday):

The Mitguards (Playing Sunday):
“Devil in the Bushes” by the Mitguards LIVE at KRCC

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