6/16/2015

Everyone Orchestra Lineup Announced

WET and Clean Vibes Opportunities

We are excited to announce the lineup for this year's Everyone Orchestra set, happening on Friday, July 10 at 4:00pm on the Crane Stage!


Matt Butler - Conductor

Cody Dickenson (The Word) - Drums

Chris Chew  (The Word)  - Bass

Tim Carbone  (Railroad Earth)- Violin

Schmeeans (Lettuce) - Guitar

Cris Jacobs (The Bridge) - Guitar

Pappy Biondo (Cabinet)- Banjo

Michael Carubba  (Turkuaz)- Percussion

Shira Elias (Turkuaz) - Vocals

Josh Schwartz (Turkuaz) - Baritone Sax

Greg Sanderson (Turkuaz) - Tenor Sax


Volunteer with Work Exchange Team and Clean Vibes

Work at All Good Festival in exchange for your ticket to the festival! Work with your friends, request to be scheduled around your favorite performances and in addition to an event pass and a t-shirt, receive a spot to camp and an incredible behind-the-scenes adventure!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER WITH WET


Clean Vibes is recruiting volunteers to work in exchange for admission!  Both During Show and Post Show Clean-up positions are available.  Clean Vibes Volunteers will commit to 15-16 hours over the course of the weekend or after the event and will work in large groups with the Clean Vibes crew to sweep the vending and camping areas.During Show Volunteers will work Friday-Sunday 8AM-1PM.  Post Show Volunteers will work Monday and Tuesday 9AM-5PM.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER WITH CLEAN VIBES

6/9/2015

Saturday Only Tickets / Set Times Released

Many of you have been asking for this option over the last couple of months, so by popular demand we are releasing Saturday Only Tickets. For those of you who cannot make it for the entire weekend, now you can join us for Saturday only! For the price of $75, you'll be able to camp on Saturday night and catch all music on Saturday which includes CAKE, Lotus (Late Night!), SOJA, Dark Star Orchestra, Keller Williams and much, more!


See all ticketing options here.


Set times for all three days have been released, check them out here.

6/2/2015

Daily Lineups Revealed

We have released the road map for your All Good musical journey.


Check out the Daily Lineups here.

5/19/2015

It's All Good with Flying Dog

We are thrilled to announce our partnership with local favorites Flying Dog as our exclusive microbrew beer at this years All Good Festival! In addition to vending multiple styles of quality brews throughout the festival, Flying Dog is developing a new beer exclusively for the event. The 'All Good Ale' promises to be perfect for the heat of summer with refreshing passion fruit and crisp hop notes.


The first keg of the All Good Ale will be tapped at Flying Dog's June 20 concert featuring Hurray For The Riff Raff and then at select music venues in the Baltimore and DC-metro areas leading up to the festival. And since a one-of-a-kind beer deserves a one-of-a-kind experience, Flying Dog is also teaming up with Gibson Guitars to host VIP meet and greets throughout the all good weekend and a raffle for a Gibson Guitar.


Entry to win passes for the meet and greets, which will feature multiple artists and firkin tappings of All Good Ale, will be available online and for all ticket holders. Proceeds from the Gibson Guitar raffle will benefit the Believe in Music Foundation, and any festivalgoer who purchases a Flying Dog beer will be able to enter the raffle.

5/13/2015

A view of Berry Hill Farm

It's green, it's serene, it's at the foot of the Appalachians. We're getting West Virginia's biggest living room ready… Bare feet welcome! Come for the music (in our best concert bowl EVER), stay for the AHHHHHH's.

4/23/2015

Late Night Acts Announced!

As you all well know we like to throw down and crank it up late night at All Good. We are stoked to have landed our top picks for the occasion and would like to confirm those Late Night acts with you!


Lotus, STS9 and Thievery Corporation will be lighting you up with their extended Late Night sets! Stay up and join us under the stars for what promises to be a cosmic All Good musical exploration!

4/15/2015

Local Bands Gone Global

We, at All Good Presents, have the privilege of working with the most unique and ground-breaking bands from the area. Aside their loyal fans, we get to see the birth of these bands, their growth, and in some cases their launch into international stardom. It's a great feeling for the bands, fans and for All Good Presents, when their explosive musical energy comes together with the celebration of community and spirit that we call All Good. Here are this years' local based bands that represent the home front on a regional, national and international level:


"Myself and the band are very much looking forward to playing ALL GOOD Festival this summer. I have heard only great things and I'm happy the event has returned to the DC region. We've had many friends attend as both musicians and fans and we're ready to experience the show ourselves in July."

-Rob Garza, Thievery Corporation (Washington, DC) - Touring Internationally


"All Good is operated in a way where artists love to be there. We played six years in a row for a reason, we love it there. It feels like home."

-Jacob Hemphill, SOJA (Arlington, VA) - Touring Internationally


"Wherever the festival takes place, the folks that put it on, create a vibe and atmosphere that is relaxed and tailored to open-minded music lovers. Which is what I am. It's all kinds of good in all kinds of ways."

-Keller Williams (Fredericksburg, VA) - Touring Nationally


"All Good has been our favorite show of the year for the last 12 years in a row. From playing in front of 20,000 people to having Mike Gordon spontaneously come up on stage to jam with us, it's safe to say we've created some memories."

-Cris Jacobs, The Bridge (Baltimore, MD) - Rare Local Plays


"All Good Festival is the Mecca of the Mid-Atlantic jam scene and playing this year will be a dream come true. All Good was my first festival attended, my first camping experience, my first time seeing some of my now favorite bands, and years later, the perfect place to say "I love you" to my girlfriend for the first time."

-Greg Ormont, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (Baltimore, MD) - Touring Nationally


"Years ago I dreamed that some day I'd have a chance to play at the All Good Festival …it's more than a festival, it's an experience. It's hard to describe how exciting it feels to know this summer, B Side Shuffle will be raging the All Good Festival."

-Geoff Browning, B Side Shuffle (Washington, DC) - Touring Regionally


"I can't even begin to express how excited we are to be playing All Good this year. The opportunity to play a festival that was some of our first festival experiences is really a cool feeling."

-Jon Brady, ELM (Baltimore, MD) - Touring Regionally


"A big chunk of my soul is forever tied to the hill overlooking the stages on Marvin's Mountaintop. I'm stoked to be part of this years lineup, and ready to honor the ghosts of All Goods past."

-Jimmy Hunter, Second Self (Baltimore, MD) - Touring Regionally


"We grew up going to All Good when it was in our home state of West Virginia and it is an honor again to play the festival now that it's back in West Virginia. Our last show at All Good was a dream come true. We are starting to ask ourselves, "déjà vu!?"

-Ryan Krofcheck, Fletcher's Grove (Morgantown, WV) - Touring Regionally

4/2/2015

Introducing the Believe In Music Stage

We are stoked to announce that we are transitioning our Grassroots Stage to be the Believe In Music Stage. We are bringing it home with the Baltimore based non-profit program Believe in Music, founded by Kenny Liner of The Bridge.


"The Bridge has played All Good Festival so many times, now it just feels like playing in my living room. This will be our 12th year playing the festival and it's been amazing to watch All Good grow, year after year to become the incredible family that it is. After The Bridge slowed down, I started Believe in Music in Baltimore to teach underprivileged students. I never could have imagined the extraordinary results within the program and all the ways we've been able to enrich our students' lives. I'm thrilled to share my passion for music education with the All Good community and to have some of my favorite live bands from the region participate. We have several bands slated to perform with some really cool onstage collaborations planned. All Good Presents has displayed an amazing level of commitment to music education, and will make a generous donation to Believe in Music on behalf of each band set to perform on our stage."

-Kenny Liner


Performing on the Believe In Music Stage

Big Something

ELM

B Side Shuffle

Drop Electric

Fletcher's Grove

Grand Ole' Ditch

Tabasco Bustelo

Second Self

3/19/2015

Artist Additions: Complete Line Up Revealed

We are excited to reveal these artists that complete the line-up for our 18th rendition of All Good, 32 “Best in Class” Headlining Acts!

Joe Russo's Almost Dead

Railroad Earth

Chris Robinson Brotherhood

BoomBox

Antibalas

The Motet

Everyone Orchestra

Zoogma

Judah & The Lion

2/17/2015

Announcing Primus, moe., CAKE and more!

The initial Line Up for the 2015 All Good Music Festival has been revealved.

Primus

moe.

CAKE

Thievery Corporation

Lotus

SOJA

STS9

John Butler Trio

The Word

Greensky Bluegrass

Dark Star Orchestra

Keller Williams

Yonder Mountain String Band

Lettuce

JJ Grey & Mofro

Balkan Beat Box

Twiddle

The Bridge

Elephant Revival

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

TAUK

Cabinet

Turkuaz

11/14/2014

All Good Returns in 2015

Walther Productions announces today that the All Good Music Festival & Campout will be held July 9-11, 2015. The 18th incarnation of the event is taking place at Berry Hill Farm in Summit Point, West Virginia (near Charles Town and Harper's Ferry, WV). The new site, located in the Eastern panhandle of West Virginia, is approximately 90 minutes from Baltimore and 75 minutes from Washington D.C., and marks the festival's return to Wild and Wonderful West Virginia.