After 9 years of music, camping and good times Marvin’s Mountiaintop, the 16th All Good Festival will be moving to Legend Valley in Ohio. 30 miles east of Columbus, Legend Valley – formerly known as Buckeye Lake Music Center – has hosted some legendary acts over the last 50 years: The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers Band, the Lollapalooza festival, AC/Dc and many more.
All Good Festival founder Tim Walther provided reasons for the move: “While Marvin’s Mountaintop was a brilliant place for the music and camping aspects of the All Good Festival, getting over 12,000 cars up and down single lane country roads was problematic.” All Good veterans are all to familiar with long lines of cars heading up Marvin’s Mountaintop.
While you may not have to wait in long lines, 2012 attendees will notice that All Good plans keep true to no overlapping sets, so you have no hard decisions on which bands to see and which to miss. There will be two main stages with over 40 hours of non-stop music from rock, bluegrass, electronic, jam, reggae, funk and more.
Stay tuned for the 2012 lineup and other festival announcements here .