Green River Festival 2017

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Lake Street Dive

Catching up a bit: The Green River Festival returns July 14-16 in Western Mass. This year's headliners include Lake Street Dive, Joe Russo's Almost Dead, The Mavericks, and Houndmouth. The announced lineup is below.

The festival is on the grounds of Greenfield Community College in Greenfield, Massachusetts -- it's about a two-hour drive from Albany.

A full weekend pass is $119.99 / $109.99 for a Saturday and Sunday pass / $64.99 for Saturday or Sunday / $34.99 for Friday. There are also festival camping passes available.

From the festival website, which notes "and many more coming."

Lake Street Dive
Joe Russo's Almost Dead
The Mavericks
Houndmouth
Funky Meters
The Infamous Stringdusters
Rachael Price & Vilray
The Suitcase Junket
Amadou & Mariam
The Dustbowl Revival
Pokey Lafarge
Bridget Kearney
Darlingside
San Fermin
Big Sam's Funky Nation
Mandolin Orange
Robbie Fulks
Dan Bern
Chicano Batman
Big Al Anderson
John Brown's Body
River Whyless
Parsonsfield
Kat Wright
Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
Western Centuries
Tank And The Bangas
Madam Uncle
Twisted Pine
The Deslondes
Sweetback Sisters
Fulaso
Pedrito Martinez Group
Aliya Cycon Project
Beige
Workman Song
Hammydown
Dietrich Strause & The Blue Ribbons
Sun Parade
Sweet Crude

Earlier
+ Fresh Grass Festival 2017 lineup
+ Solid Sound 2017 lineup
+ Mountain Jam 2017 lineup
+ Old Songs Folk Festival 2017
+ Saratoga Jazz Fest 2017 lineup

photo: Danny Clinch

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