Peach Festival returns to Montage Mountain with Widespread Panic, Umphrey’s McGee + more!

Year after year, The Peach Music Festival has brought a stellar jam-centric line up to Montage Mountain. Founded by the surviving members of The Allman Brothers Band, the festival gets its name from their third album Eat A Peach. With the recent passing of the bands drummer, Butch Trucks, it can be expected that The Allman brothers will be receiving tribute from many of the headlining artists.

This year’s lineup features some serious heavy hitters amongst the jam scene. Wide Spread Panic will be playing two nights – not an act to miss as this southern inspired rock band rarely makes their way this far north. Uncle Warren (Warren Haynes) will be performing with his band Gov’t Mule and will likely take the stage with many others as he has in the past. We will see two sets from Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Umphreys McGee, and newcomers Aqueous. An orchestra will accompany Dopapod, and festival favorites such as Papadosio, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, and Lettuce will be joining the party.

With Gathering of the Vibes no longer moving forward and the death of All Good Music Festival, The Peach Music Festival has positioned itself as the East Coast’s premier camping jam festival. Unless you can hold out till Hula for you jam fix, tickets are on sale now!

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