The 17th annual Northwest String Summit will take place at Horning’s Hideout in North Plains, Oregon July 19 – 22. Organizers of the jamgrass-focused music festival have confirmed the initial lineup.
Headliners Yonder Mountain String Band and Greensky Bluegrass will each play three nights of the festival. Those aboard for two nights of NWSS ’18 are Railroad Earth, Leftover Salmon, Fruition, Mandolin Orange and The Lil Smokies. Other acts confirmed for the event include Steep Canyon Rangers, Dustbowl Revival, Jon Stickley Trio, Front Country, Danny Barnes, Darol Anger & The Furies, Old Salt Union and World’s Finest. Stay tuned for additional announcements. Check out the full initial lineup below.
String Summit event promoter Skye McDonald said in a statement, “Horning’s Hideout is such a special festival destination that we’re thrilled to invite all our friends and many core bands for the party year after year. Several will perform on multiple days so they too can properly experience the vibe and, in turn, deliver more magnificent music magic morning, noon and night!”
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