EDM duo Krewella, jamgrass favorites Greensky Bluegrass, ’80s rockers Violent Femmes, world-jammers Nahko And Medicine For The People, funk act Dumpstaphunk and bass legend Victor Wooten are among the additions to the Summer Camp lineup announced today. Other lineup additions include A-Trak, Kill The Noise, Paper Diamond, Break Science, American Babies, Consider The Source, Old Shoe and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong.
All the artists announced today join a lineup that already included over 75 acts such as headliners Widespread Panic, moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Steve Miller Band, STS9 and Big Gigantic. All told, an unbelievable 113 Summer Camp ’15 acts have been announced thus far.
Summer Camp Third Round Of 2015 Artist Announcements
Krewella, Two Sets of Widespread Panic, Violent Femmes, A-Trak
Greensky Bluegrass, Kill The Noise, Nahko And Medicine For The People, Paper Diamond, Victor Wooten
Black Tiger Sex Machine, Break Science, Dumpstaphunk, Hermitude, Liquid Stranger, Louis Futon, Protohype, Sound Remedy
28 North, The Accidentals, American Babies, Citizun, Consider The Source, Daniel Bambaaata Marley, Jon Wayne And The Pain, Old Shoe, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Positive Vibr8ions, Soap
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