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Share in our effort to help enhance our All Good community with an exciting mix of special events during the festival. This year the Grassroots Stage will feature a mix of exciting performances and interactive events featuring All Good artists. In continuing our efforts to minimize our environmental impact, the Grassroots Stage will be solar powered. We will have solar panels collecting energy to power the stage and will pass the energy right back to you.
(Baltimore/DC - SOUL FULL) Jason Joseph and J Mack put it all over your plate. Serving you up musical fulfillment! Funk 45's, Latin, Soul, House, and Afro-Beat flavors.
Big Nazo Intergalactic Freak Show
A genre-shifting, Rock & Roll spectacle featuring giant go-go dancing monsters, mischievous mountain trolls, bizarre extra-terrestrials, and hilarious human-animal hybrids who take turns invading the stage while masked-mutant musicians of pump out energetic creature-party dance grooves.
The Rex Foundation Presents: Drum Circle Hosted By Dino English and Robert Koritz of DSO
The drummers from Dark Star Orchestra invite you to join them in a fan interactive drum circle they want to see if we all can collectively create some thunder on the mountain. Its BYOD so bring your drum and join the circle
HeadCount Presents: Cornmeal All Request Set
Join members of Cornmeal for an intimate stripped down set where they take requests and questions from the audience.
The Rex Foundation Presents: A Didgeridoo Exploration Hosted By Dr. Didg
Dr. Didg will provide some historical information on the didgeridoo, perform some tunes and answer questions from the audience. Bring your own didgeridoo and perform with the Dr.
The Rex Foundation Presents: The History of Bluegrass: The Journey To Jam w. Members of Railroad Earth
Andy Goessling, John Skehan, Andrew Altman and Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth take you on an historical trip through bluegrass starting with Irish music, early country and Bill Monroe, all the way to newgrass and jamgrass.
Join P-Groove's Brock Butler for some tunes and conversation.
The Rex Foundation Presents: The History of Sacred Steel Hosted By The Lee Boys
Alvin Lee of the Lee Boys will lead a workshop on the Sacred Steel Guitar. It will cover the history of the instrument, innovators and influences as well as showcase the different playing styles used over the years. Along the way Alvin will field questions and perform with other members of The Lee Boys while sharing info on this legendary instrument.