All Good Festival 2011 Preview

If you are like me and enjoy a variety of genres at the music festivals you attend, All Good should not be missed this summer. With healthy doses of jambands, livetronica, bluegrass, funk, reggae, and almost anything else under the sun, All Good 2011 is sure to broaden your musical horizons and spark new friendships along the way.  For my 3rd straight year in attendance, I must say I absolutely cannot wait to be on that mountaintop with my friends, where everyone’s woes and predispositions seem to disappear for the weekend. Below is the official press release, soak it in and I hope to see you all there!

Held this July 14-17 at Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, WV, the 15th Annual All Good Music Festival has announced the complete list of artists performing the event:

The complete list of artists confirmed and already announced for this year’s All Good Festival include:

Pretty Lights
Umphrey’s McGee
John Butler Trio
Dark Star Orchestra
Warren Haynes Band
Yonder Mountain String Band
Keller Williams

Beats Antique

Toots and the Maytals
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
The Bridge
Big Gigantic
Donna the Buffalo
The Infamous Stringdusters
Toubab Krewe
Greensky Bluegrass
That 1 Guy
Hot Buttered Rum
Marco Benevento
Zach Deputy
These United States
The Werks
Everyone Orchestra
J Roddy Ralston & The Business
Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad
Dana Fuchs
The Recipe
All Mighty Senators
Fletchers Grove
The Rex Jam Hosted by Matt Butler & The Everyone Orchestra

Tickets available now at

With so many guaranteed unforgettable performances, attendees are spared from missing out on even a single song thanks to the All Good Festival’s unique model of no overlapping sets.  Two side-by-side stages host over 40 hours of music from a wide array of genres including the best of rock, bluegrass, electronic, jam, reggae, funk, and more.

Former Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh & Bob Weir continue their musical adventure with Furthur, a return to the All Good Festival as they push the musical envelope with jaw-dropping improvisations and loving renditions of Dead classics.

Taking place atop Marvin’s Mountaintop, with over 650 acres of privately owned land, the All Good Festival offers picturesque rolling hills with a panoramic view of the surrounding Allegheny Mountains. Great camping is located throughout the mountaintop and on-site provisions include kids area, family camping, drum circles, food & craft vendors, quality microbrews, RV sections, ATMs, regularly serviced porta-johns, water stations, first aid medical unit, shower house and designated bonfire areas.

For the discerning festival-goer the All Good Festival offers the ‘Even Better VIP’ package. This elite festival option includes exclusive viewing and camping areas with premium site-lines, Thursday admission, private air-conditioned bathrooms, private showers, premium camping overlooking the Main Stage, Fest-taxi shuttles, exclusive All Good merchandise and much more.

A limited amount of Early Bird tickets are available now until they sell out at or charge by phone at 800-760-9008, at that time, ticket prices increase to Level 1 pricing. All Good Festival 2011 ticket prices are as follows:

Early Bird 3-Day Passes (Friday-Monday) available for $169
Early Bird 4-Day Passes (Thursday-Monday) available for $199
Even Better VIP Passes are sold out

Once again, the All Good Festival and Conscious Alliance will be staging their annual ‘Art That Feeds’ Food Drive in 2011.  All food donations will benefit a local area food bank in Preston County, West Virginia. All patrons who donate 10 non-perishable food items will receive a complimentary limited-edition All Good Festival poster created by a very special artist.

More information about the All Good Festival can be found at:

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