Fresh Grass Festival 2017 lineup

Brandi Carlile

Brandi Carlile

The Fresh Grass Festival is back at MASS MoCA September 15-17. Festival passes are currently $110 for adults / $98 for students / $48 for kids.

Headliners for the festival include Brandi Carlile, Railroad Earth, and The Del McCoury Band. And the festival just added a handful of acts to the lineup, which is below.

Brandi Carlile
Railroad Earth
The Del Mccoury Band with Special Guest David Grisman
Shovels & Rope
Del & Dawg
Bill Frisell: Harmony Featuring Petra Haden, Hank Roberts & Luke Bergman
The Wood Brothers
Crooked Still
Sarah Jarosz
Alison Brown
Son Little
The Lil' Smokies
The Brothers Comatose
Red Baraat
Carrie Rodriguez
Darol Anger's Republic Of Strings
Hackensaw Boys
Rob Ickes And Trey Hensley
The Suitcase Junket
Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band
The Last Revel
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow
Mike + Ruthy
Cheick Hamala Diabate & Mankan
Victor Furtado
Julian Pinelli
The Page Turners
Cold Chocolate
Common Folk Jam
Duo Eamon
Izzy Heltai
Jeb Barry And The Pawn Shop Saints
Ladies Auxiliary Ukulele Orchestra
Long Journey
Mamma's Marmalade
Pinedrop
Upstate Rubdown
Ramblin Jug Stompers
Freshscores: Dom Flemons
Freshscores: Sunny Jain
Freshscores: Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards

photo: David McClister

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