Umphrey's McGee, Yonder Mountain String Band headline Weekend At Harmony festival
For those music fans who are looking to keep their mid-week July 4th festivities going straight through the weekend, the fine folks at Bella Familia have the perfect festival for you.
Weekend At Harmony is planned for July 6 and 7, set in the serene surroundings of Harmony Park in Geneva, Minnesota. The festival will feature performances by Umphrey's McGee, Yonder Mountain String Band, and other rhythmic, groove-based acts who are sure to make the holiday weekend a fun one.
Tickets (which will cost $125 in advance and $150 at the gate) go on-sale on Thursday, May 10 at weekendatharmony.com, with capacity strictly limited to 1,500 attendees to give the festival more of an intimate, party-like atmosphere. There is also a BBQ planned on Sunday for those fans who wish to stay the extra day. Camping is available, but is optional and not required.
One day tickets (for Saturday only) will cost $75 in advance and $95 at the gate, and will be made available beginning on May 10, again in limited amounts. And, in addition to the music, there will be plenty of other various forms of entertainment planned for festival-goers.
There will be art installations, dancers from across the state, and other out-of-state bands who have yet to be announced. All set in the idyllic locale of Harmony Park, which will certainly give a communal, welcoming vibe to the sure to be festive proceedings.
Here is a partial list of the performers scheduled for Weekend At Harmony:
Yonder Mountain String Band
Horseshoes and Hand Grenades
Mikel Wright and the Wrongs
Boys n' the Barrels
Circle Of Heat
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