Grey Fox Festival lineup 2016

bela fleck and chris thile

Bela Fleck and Chris Thile

The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival is back July 14-17. And the lineup includes a bunch of names you'll recognize -- including headliners Bela Fleck (of his own fame) and Chris Thile (of his fame and also The Punch Brothers).

The full lineup (announced so far) is quickly listed after the jump.

Full-festival tickets are already on sale -- there are currently early bird passes for $190. Day tickets go on sale February 16.

Grey Fox is at the Walsh Farm in Oak Hill, in northern Greene County, not far from the Albany County line. It's about 30 miles south(west) of Albany.

2016 lineup

Host band: Dry Branch Fire Squad
Bela Fleck & Chris Thile
The Earls of Leicester
The Del McCoury Band
David Grisman's Bluegrass Experience
The Wood Brothers
The Steep Canyon Rangers
The SteelDrivers
The Gibson Brothers
Della Mae
Sara Watkins
The O'Connor Family Band, featuring Mark O'Connor
Band of Ruhks
Mr. Sun
Lonely Heartstring Band
The Dustbowl Revival
The Steel Wheels
Sierra Hull
Elephant Revival
Front Country
The Stray Birds
Trout Steak Revival
Scythian
Donna the Buffalo
The Horseflies
Matuto
Mollie O'Brien and Rich Moore
Compton & Newberry
The Mike + Ruthy Band
The Railsplitters
Joe Craven
Rushad Eggleston
Charm City Junction
Mile Twelve
John Kirk, Trish Miller & Quickstep
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Earlier on AOA:
+ Mountain Jam 2016 lineup
+ Saratoga Jazz Fest 2016 lineup

Bela Fleck photo via his website | Chris Thile photo: Danny Clinch

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