If you’ve already been to Meadowgrass then there’s no need to explain. If you haven’t, here’s a YouTube playlist of the lineup for this Memorial Day Weekend’s Fourth Annual Meadowgrass Festival that should inspire you to get yourself, your friends and your family together with weekend passes and enjoy one of the best festivals our region has to offer! All relevant information and details can be found HERE.

FRIDAY

Nathaniel Rateliff

Elizabeth Cook

Jake Schepps & the Expedition Quartet

Edith Makes a Paperchain

Grant Sabin

campfire performance by J. MIller Band

SATURDAY

Son Volt

Big Daddy Love

Alela Diane

Grass It Up

Baywood

The Flumps

The Hopeful Heroines

SUNDAY

Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks

Chubby Carrier & the Bayou Swamp Band

The Barr Brothers

Lo-Fi Cowboys

Moors & McCumber

Mango Fan Django

 

One Response to Meadowgrass YouTube Playlist

  1. Steve says:

    Nice – although it is in fact the FOURTH annual MeadowGrass festival, but who’s counting?

    Steve

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