The 2017 installment of the Night Lights Music Festival will be held at Heron Grounds in Sherman, New York August 24 – 26. Organizers Ten Thirty Nine Productions (1039) and Community Beer Works have unveiled the full musical lineup for Night Lights ’17.
Space-rockers Papadosio and funk-jammers Dopapod are a top a lineup that also includes three sets from Buffalo jam act Aqueous. The Bright Light Social Hour, SunSquabi, Lazlo Hollyfeld and Intrepid Travelers are just a few of the other acts aboard. Twiddle frontman Mihali Savoulidis will be the event’s first Artist at Large and will also showcase his skills during a Mihali & Frends set featuring a festival based ensemble of musicians.
Tribute sets this year include Cleveland’s Broccoli Samurai (Lotus), Buffalo’s Funktional Flow (Sublime), Albany’s Mister F (Game Genie/Video Game), Relics (Pink Floyd) and a late night tribute to the Grateful Dead. Check out the full lineup in the graphic below.
Festivalgoers will have plenty of options in addition to the music including yoga, swimming at the beach, biking/ hiking, mushroom walks, light installations and an artistic fire display. Plus, food, craft beer from Community Beer Works, craft artisans and a variety of vendors will be available on site. Tickets are on sale now via the festival’s website.
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