The 2016 Hoxeyville Music Festival will take place in Northwest Michigan’s Manistee National Forest on August 19 – 21. Organizers have confirmed the initial lineup of the 13th annual event held near Wellston, Michigan.
Headliners Greensky Bluegrass will play two sets at their home state fest, alongside such other acts as Railroad Earth, Luke Winslow-King, Billy Strings, Sweetwater Warblers, Airborne or Aquatic, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and Crane Wives, among many other confirmed artists. Hoxeyville features two stages and is located on 100+ acres of farmland surrounded by natural hardwoods, with mountain biking trails and the scenic Pine River nearby.
More acts are expected to be added to the lineup. Tickets are currently on sale at the Hoxeyville website.
Hoxeyville Music Festival Initial Lineup
- Greensky Bluegrass
- Railroad Earth
- Luke Winslow-King
- Billy Strings
- Sweetwater Warblers
- Airborne or Aquatic
- Horseshoes & Hand Grenades
- Crane Wives
- Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys
- The Go Rounds
- Eggs Bernard & The Electrons
- The Accidentals
- Way Down Wanderers
- Whistle Stop Revue
- Benzie Playboys
- Big Dudee Roo
- Barbarossa Brothers
- Nicholas James and the Bandwagon
- Roosevelt Diggs
- Cold Tone Harvest
- Gifts or Creatures
- Mark Lavengood’s Bluegrass Experience
- Herb & Hanson
- Soul Patch
- Zak Bunce
- Deep Fried Pickle Project
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