Walther Productions is excited to announce the initial lineup for the 9th Annual All Good Music Festival. The event will take place July 15th-17th, 2005 and will include three full days of music and camping situated on the luscious, rolling green fields of Marvin's Mountaintop in Masontown, West Virginia.

With temperatures averaging in the mid 80's during the day and mid 60's at night, this promises to be a delightful camping experience. The All Good features a family camping area, kid's area, early arrival and handicap accommodations, quality food and craft vendors, late night shows, interactive workshops, choice microbrews served by Baltimore's premiere live music venue, the Funk Box, and a whole lot more.

Our eclectic artist lineup will deliver 40 hours of music on one central stage with NO overlapping sets. A list of confirmed artists follows, but be sure to watch out for more acts to be announced in the coming weeks.

All Good 2005 Confirmed Artists:
String Cheese Incident, The Flaming Lips, Les Claypool, Keller Williams, Dark Star Orchestra, Umphrey's McGee (performing special late night/early morning set), Michael Franti & Spearhead Yonder Mountain String Band, Drive-By Truckers, Particle (performing special late night/early morning set), John Brown’s Body, Brothers Past, Lotus, The Bridge, Gabby LaLa, Jonah Smith, many more TBA.

Buy early and save over $55 on the gate price. The general public on-sale date is Monday, April 11th 12:00 noon EST. Early-Bird Tickets will be offered for a limited time only, while supplies last through

For complete information, visit the official ALL GOOD web site at: Also, please visit the Walther Productions homepage at:

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[Published on: 4/8/05]

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