Wilco, String Cheese Incident and Gov't Mule are among the acts confirmed to appear at Kansas' second annual Wakarusa Festival.
Wilco, String Cheese Incident and Gov't Mule are among the acts confirmed to appear at Kansas' second annual Wakarusa Festival. The three-day jam band-oriented "celebration of music and Mother Nature" will boast more than 50 artists on three stages near Lawrence, Kan.
Presented by Fat Tire Amber Ale, the June 17-19 festival will also feature Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Umphrey's McGee, Little Feat, Ozomatli, Jazz Mandolin Project, North Mississippi Allstars, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Son Volt, Particle, Neko Case, the Samples, John Brown's Body and Junior Brown, among others.
Wakarusa also offers a slate of activities ranging from mountain biking and nature hikes to wind surfing and canoe rentals. Organizers have also added a secluded family campground and children's concerts and activities to this year's event. A 24-hour general store will provide a full range of food and merchandise.
A limited number of $79 tickets are available through the event's Web site. All tickets include concert admission, camping and free parking, with camping upgrades and VIP tickets ($295) also available.