Bear Creek 2010 Initial Lineup

BEAR CREEK MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES INITIAL LINEUP

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The Bear Creek Music and Art Festival will return to The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Fl., November 12-14, 2010. The festival is proud to announce it's 2010 initial artist lineup which includes Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Soulive, Lettuce, George Porter's Runnin Pardners, The Will Bernard Band, Toubab Krewe, John Brown's Body, Break Science and many more bands.

Artists at Large include Fred Wesley, Mike Dillon, Skerik, Kofi Burbridge and The Shady Horns.

More acts and headliners will be announced in the coming months. Early-bird tickets are on sale for $99 until February 17. Thursday night, November 11, Pre-party tickets are also available for $40. More information here.

Bear Creek Music and Art Festival Initial Lineup
- Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk x 2
- Lettuce x 2
- Soulive
- George Porter's Running Pardners x2
- Papa Grows Funk
- Toubab Krewe x 2
- Zach Deputy x 2
- John Brown's Body x 2
- Will Bernard
- DubConscious
- Garaj Mahal x 2
- Rebirth Brass Band
- Eric Krasno
- Adam Deitch and Break Science
- The Dead Kenny G's
- Big Sam's Funky Nation
- The Tony Hall Band
- Brian Stoltz
- Dr. Claw
- Sam Kininger Band
- Rubblebucket Orchestra
- The Macpodz x2
- Lubriphonic x2
- The Nigel Hall Band
- The Legendary JC's
- Avis Berry's Soul Revue
- Matt Grondin Band
- Snarky Puppy
- Cadillac Jones
- The Malah
- Green Hit
- Greenhouse Lounge
- Burnin Smyrnans
- Entropy
- Spiritual Rez
- Cope
- Diocious

Artists at Large
- Fred Wesley
- Skerik
- Mike Dillon
- The Shady Horns
- Kofi Burbridge

http://www.bearcreekmusicfestival.com

[Published on: 1/13/10]

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