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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Harvest Music Festival set for October

Posted By on Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 3:32 PM


Hey! You! Hippie! Put that down! Look!

Right off the heels of Wakarusa, the Harvest Music Festival, also held on Ozark's Mulberry Mountain, has released their 2010 lineup.

Having teamed up with the band pictured above, it's now branded "Yonder Mountain String Band's Harvest Music Festival" and will be held on October 14-16.

We've got the slate of bands after the jump.

-Yonder Mountain String Band
-Leftover Salmon
-Keller Williams & the Keels
-Railroad Earth
-Sam Bush
-Martin Sexton
-Brett Dennen
-Split Lip Rayfield
-Emmitt Nershi Band
-Donna the Buffalo
-The Travelin' McCourys
-Mountain Sprout
-Infamous Stringdusters
-Asylum St. Spankers
-Adam Aijala & Larry Keel
-Elephant Revival
-Poor Man's Whiskey
-Big Smith
-Town Mountain
-Head for the Hills
-Whitewater Ramble
-Pert Near Sandstone
-Ben Miller Band
-Deadman Flats
-Whistle Pigs
-Mountain of Venus
-Jeff & Vida
-Cletus Got Shot
-1 oz Jig

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