This year’s installment of Suwannee Hulaween will return to The Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida from October 27 – 29. Organizers of the event have revealed the second wave of acts set to join host band The String Cheese Incident at Hulaween ’17.
Phish bassist Mike Gordon, reggae icon Damian Marley, jamtronica act Lotus, Revivalists frontman David Shaw and female hip-hop wordsmith Noname are among the additions announced today. Other additions include Perpetual Groove, Goldfish, The New Mastersounds and Dimond Saints. Thursday pre-party will now feature two sets from Umphrey’s McGee as well as sets from Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Greensky Bluegrass, Lettuce, EOTO & Friends and more. Check out the full lineup below.
The acts detailed today join a lineup that already included three nights of Cheese and performances from Ween, The Disco Biscuits, Portugal The Man, The Benevento/Russo Duo, Bassnectar, GRiZ and plenty of others. Tickets are available via the festival’s website.
“Suwannee Hulaween, our flagship event, turns 5 years old this year and feels like it’s finally flowered into a grown up. Between the ever evolving and diverse musical line up with a curated blend of Jam, Dance Music, Rock, and Hip Hop, along with with the experiential art experience of the Spirit Lake installation, back dropped by the natural beauty of the Spanish Moss laden oak tree forest at Spirit of the Suwannee, there is no better Halloween party in the world,” co-producer/talent buyer Michael Berg said of this year’s festival.
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