Freaks For The Festival IV will be held at Fernwood Resort in Big Sur, California September 21 – 22. Organizers of the event, curated by Chris Robinson and (((folkYEAH!))) Presents, have unveiled the first wave of this year’s lineup.
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will play a total of four sets over the course of Freaks For The Festival IV. Robinson & Co. will perform two full sets on Friday and two full sets on Saturday. CRB guitarist Neal Casal will do double duty, as the event will also feature a rare Beachwood Sparks set. Once & Future Band have also been tapped to perform at FFTF IV. Look for additional lineup announcements in the coming months.
“Live music and camping under ancient redwoods and the California coastal stars offers an unbeatable, wooded, incredibly intimate and unique setting,” said Britt Govea, founder of (((folkYEAH!))) Presents. “A boutique festival like this delivers a long-lasting experience that resonates with lovers of both great music and the great outdoors. And being such an intimate, low-capacity event, it’s an experience that you really can’t get anywhere else…in Big Sur less is more with regards to small capacity and big vibe.”
Tickets for Freaks For The Festival IV are on sale now here.
Watch the CRB’s video for Barefoot In The Head track “Behold The Seer,” which was filmed at the 2017 installment of Freaks For The Festival:
Listen to Chris Robinson discuss “The Art Of The Setlist” on a recent episode of The JamBase Podcast here. Also, JamBase’s Chad Berndtson recently chatted with neal Casal for “The Art Of The Sit-In” including talk of Beachwood Sparks.
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