Farm Aid 2013 lineup (it's a SPAC this year)

jack johnson with guitar

Jack Johnson

Update July 3: Farm Aid at SPAC is sold out.

The rest of the lineup for Farm Aid 2013 -- which is at SPAC this year -- was announced this morning. Joining headliners -- and Farm Aid board members -- Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and Dave Matthews:

+ Jack Johnson
+ Amos Lee
+ Kacey Musgraves
+ Toad the Wet Sprocket
+ Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
+ Bahamas
+ JD & The Straight Shot
+ Carlene Carter
+ Pegi Young & The Survivors

Also: Guitarist Tim Reynolds will be joining Dave Matthews (they're frequent collaborators).

Farm Aid 2013 is September 21 at SPAC (as mentioned). Tickets go on sale this Friday -- they're $45 and up. (There's also a pre-sale.)

The SPAC show will be Farm Aid's 27th concert -- the first one was in Illinois in 1985. The org says it's raised $43 million to help family farms.

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photo via Jack Johnson FB

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