Green River Festival 2015

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The Punch Brothers, who are apparently going through a sport coat phase.

The Green River Festival returns to Western Massachusetts July 10-12 this year. Early bird tickets are now on sale through April 17 -- they're $79.99 for all three days, single days are $19.99 (Friday) and $59.99 (Saturday and Sunday).

The lineup is also now out -- headliners include Steve Earle & The Dukes, Punch Brothers, tUnE-yArDs, Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The full lineup, which includes a bunch of acts you'll recognize, is post jump.

And in something a little bit different for an event like this, the festival also includes hot air balloon launches Saturday evening and Sunday morning.

The festival is in Greenfield, about a two-hour drive from Albany.

Lineup via festival press release:

Steve Earle & The Dukes
Punch Brothers
tUnE-yArDs
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
J. Mascis
Milk Carton Kids
Booker T. Jones
Valerie June
The Wood Brothers
Rubblebucket
Antibalas
Langhorne Slim & The Law
Tony Joe White
Eilen Jewell
Elephant Revival
Polaris
Parker Millsap
Red Baraat
Lydia Loveless
Pine Hill Project
Straybirds
Joe Pug
The Revelers
Heather Maloney
Sean Rowe
MAKU Sound System
Chuchito Valdes
Suitcase Junket
Arc Iris
Charlie Parr
Marco Benevento
Jose Gonzalez and Criollo Clasico
Bela's Bartok
The Lonesome Brothers
Twisted Pine

photo: Brantley Gutierrez

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