The second annual GroundUP Music Festival will be held at North Beach Bandshell’s Amphitheater, the adjacent Palm Grove Park and beachfront complex in Miami Beach, Florida February 9 – 11, 2018. Organizers GroundUP Music and host band Snarky Puppy have revealed the lineup for February’s festival.
Snarky Puppy will play a special set each day of the festival. Also aboard is Béla Fleck & The Flecktones Trio featuring Béla Fleck, Victor Wooten and Futureman. Other acts set to play GroundUP ’18 include The Wood Brothers, Robert Glasper, Lionel Loueke (artist at large), Joshua Redman, Michael League, & Larnell Lewis, Eliades Ochoa (Buena Vista Social Club great) and Weedie Braimah & the Hands of Time. Check out the full lineup in the image below.
“After an incredible first year of the GroundUP Music Festival — dubbed by some as the Art Basel of Music — where attendees traveled to Miami Beach for the festival from 37 states and 34 countries, our goal is to continue to create a transformative annual event for South Florida and worldwide audiences,” said Miami Beach native and GroundUP Music CEO Paul Lehr. Added Snarky Puppy bandleader and GroundUP Music founder Michael League, “our focus is not to expand, but to build the most ideal experience for both artist and audience while continuing even farther down the road of musical diversity in our programming.” Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and 2017 GroundUP Music Festival performer David Crosby urged, “I don’t think you’ll get a better shot at hearing real music than at this festival. It will knock your socks off.”
Watch a recap of the 2017 festival:
Tickets for the intimate affair are on sale now via the festival’s website.
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