The Newport Folk Festival Lineup Gets Even Better, As If That Were Possible!
The Newport Folk Festival continue its lineup announcements and – as expected – they are winners!
The announcements made over the past week are:
J.P. Harris – He’s a country artist who is an excellent addition to the lineup. How can you not like an artist with the website URL “i lovehonkytonk”!
Violent Femmes – Honestly, I barely know their music but I am excited to be able to experience this legendary band.
Banditos – More honky-tonk? Yes, please!
I plan to post the announcements weekly until NFF has completed the entire lineup. At that point, I might offer my opinions on which acts to see, once I know who is performing which day.
This festival has been sold out for a while. If you go to the festival’s website, there is a place for people to re-sell tickets if you are interested in purchasing some from fans, not scalpers. This is an amazing festival – even going for one day is worth it.
Friday: Ray LaMontagne with My Morning Jacket, Raury, St.Paul and the Broken Bones, Flight of the Conchords, Fruit Bats, case/lang/veirs, The Staves, Radical Face, Aoife O’Donovan, Matthew Logan Vasquez, The Arcs, Basia Bulat, Brett Dennen, Freakwater, J.P. Harris, Violent Femmes
Saturday: Father John Misty, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Ruby Amanfu, Dave Simonett and Dave Carroll, Norah Jones, Rayland Baxter, Amy Helm, Songhoy Blues, Del & Dawg, Lady Lamb, The Cactus Blossoms, Margo Price, John Moreland, Banditos
Sunday: Joan Shelley, Villagers, The Oh Hellos, Son Little, Glen Hansard, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Julien Baker, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, River Whyless, Middle Brother, The Strumbrellas, Phil Cook presents “Southland Revue”, Hayes Carll
Posted on May 8, 2016, in concert announcements, music, Uncategorized and tagged Banditos, J.P. Harris, lineup announcement, music festival, Newport, Newport Folk Festival, Violent Femmes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.