This year’s ARISE Festival will be held at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, Colorado between August 4 – 6. Recently, festival organizers revealed an additional pair of headliners for this year’s 5th annual event.
Both funk act Lettuce and EDM trio SunSquabi have been added to this year’s lineup. The two bands join Atmosphere, Tipper, Ani DiFranco and Rising Appalachia a top the lineup. Other ARISE ’17 acts include The Expendables, Dopapod, Desert Dwellers, Late Night Radio, Wookiefoot and The Brothers Comatose. Both the Jeff Austin Band and The Travelin’ McCourys will be on hand for separate performances as well as a Grateful Ball tribute to the music of the Grateful Dead. Check out the full lineup in the graphic below.
There’s much more than music in store for ARISE attendees including the Gaia Yoga Sanctuary, a diverse set of workshops, playshop sessions, performance art and installations, a Children’s Village and various theme camps. Tickets for ARISE are on sale now via the festival’s website.
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