Allman Brothers throw Peach Festival This Weekend In Scranton
The first ever Peach Festival starts this Friday in Scranton, PA. The Allman Brothers have hosted festivals in other parts of the country, like Wanee Fest in Live Oak, FL, which TSI’s Steven Philips (photos) and Deva Black-Regan (words) covered back in April. See recaps here: PART 1 PART 2
But we are really excited that this weekend the Allmans are hosting, what looks to be an amazing fest and lineup, a little closer to home. There’s still VIP, GA, and Reserved 3 days passes available as well as camping passes for $35.
In June TSI had the pleasure of catching up with Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi at the Appel Farm Arts and Music Festival. We were able to do about a 5 minute video interview with them and talked about Peach Festival, life on the road and more. So stay tuned for that video interview later this week and for more info on the Peach Festival click here.
See below for the full lineup schedule which was just released and official info about Peach Festival! See you there this weekend!
Courtesy of Peach Festival’s website : The Allman Brothers Band (ABB) is proud to present the first annual PEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL. It will take place on multiple stages over the course of three days, Friday, August 10 through Sunday, August 12th, at Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA. This will be the first-ever ABB-curated festival in the Northeast Pennsylvania (NEPA) region, and they’re bringing all their family & friends with them – including Zac Brown Band, O.A.R., Tedeschi Trucks Band, Warren Haynes Band and many more! In addition to a weekend of great music, there will also be camping available on-site and access to the Sno Mountain waterpark to festival attendees. For the latest news, band updates, ticketing info and more go to www.ThePeachMusicFestival.com.