Lineup set for 2011 Nateva Music and Camping Festival

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The lineup for this summer’s Nateva Music and Camping Festival, which will take place from August 4 to 7 in Oxford, Maine, has been revealed. Leading the way is Gregg Allman, Thievery Corporation, STS9 and the John Butler Trio.

Bob Weir of Grateful Dead fame and most recently Furthur will play a solo acoustic set, while the Dead’s drummer Bill Kreutzmann will perform with his new outfit 7 Walkers. Guster, Peter Wolf (of the J. Geils Band) and Martin Sexton top the list of New England-bred performers. Chris Robinson, frontman for The Black Crowes, will team up with California roots rocker Jackie Greene for an acoustic set at the festival.

Also scheduled to perform are Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Ghostland Observatory, Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Keller Williams, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, The New Deal, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Dave Mason, EOTO, Donna the Buffalo, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Tim Reynolds and TR3, Moonalice, Gypsy Tailwind, Eskmo, Zach Deputy, Nutritious, Sister Sparrow and Ghost of Jupiter featuring Nate Wilson.

Of course, like last year, Nateva will feature a wealth of New England’s best homegrown talent. The Ryan Montleau Band, BMS’ 2010 Band of the Year, will lead a pack of New England bands that include The McLovins, Strangefolk, Max Creek, Session Americana, Strangefolk, Indobox, Roots of Creation, Dopapod, The Mallett Brother Band, Billy Keane and the Misdemeanor Outlaws, Otis Groove, Nephrok! Allstars and The Ron Noyes Band.

More bands will be announced over the next few months. The full list of confirmed acts is available below.

Three-day weekend passes, which will include access to the festival with camping and parking, are now available for $189. A 4-day festival pass, which will grant access to the festival’s kick-off concert on Thursday, August 4 is now available for $219. VIP passes, which include special seating and camping areas along with a variety of special amenities and goods, are available for $425. Tickets can be purchased through the eTix.com. Children under 16 are not allowed at the festival unless accompanied by an adult, while children 10 and under are free with a paid adult. Festival organizers have also added a layaway option that will allow festival attendees to pay for the tickets over the course of the next few months.

Aside from all the music, the festival will host a variety of other activities including yoga, a local farmers tent, roaming entertainers, late night movies, a late-late night silent disco, message and heading therapies and dozens of food and craft vendors.

2011 Nateva Music and Camping Festival Lineup:

Thievery Corporation
STS9
Gregg Allman Band
John Butler Trio
Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Guster
Ghostland Observatory
Chris Robinson and Jackie Greene – Acoustic Duo
Robert Randolph & the Family Band
Big Head Todd & The Monsters
7 Walkers featuring Grateful Dead co-founder Bill Kreutzmann
Keller Williams
Martin Sexton
The New Deal
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
Dave Mason
Peter Wolf
EOTO
Donna the Buffalo
Max Creek
New Riders of the Purple Sage
Tim Reynolds and TR3
Moonalice
McLovins
Gypsy Tailwind
Eskmo
Zach Deputy
Strangefolk
Ryan Montleau Band
Session Americana
Sister Sparrow
Dopapod
Indobox
Roots of Creation
The Mallett Brother Band
Nutritious
Billy Keane and the Misdemeanor Outlaws
Ghost of Jupiter featuring Nate Wilson
Otis Groove
Nephrok! Allstars
The Ron Noyes Band

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  1. Thanks for posting the line-up! We’re stoked for this year.

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