Today’s the very last day to buy your tickets for this weekend’s Meadowgrass Music Festival at the discounted price and, sadly for you, camping sites are all sold out. But day passes for $50 and full festival passes for $85 can still be had HERE.

If you’ve never been, let’s just say La [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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(Many thanks to our Flickr Pool members and Christian Murdock of the Gazette for the photos in this slideshow set to “She Comes to Me in Dreams” by the Great Lake Swimmers”)

Whether you attended the Meadowgrass Festival at La Foret over the Memorial Day weekend, you’ll be glad to know that, [...]

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Last year’s Meadowgrass Festival was wet and amazing and the lineup is just as good, if not better, this year. Here’s a sampler that includes live music from last year followed by free songs by bands that will play at this May’s festival at the beautiful La Foret. You can download the entire [...]

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