Looks like a few other acts are also being confirmed in this round, including:
White Iron Band
The Smokin’ Bandits
The Lighterside of Being.
Not too shabby…a few solid names on the jam circuit, but nothing that would make or break the original announcement in my eyes. By the way, if you dig Robert Randolph’s sound, check out the Lee Boys; I caught them down at Langerado and they have some solid potential with that “sacred” pedal steel.
It’s also cool to see 10KLF making some headway in the “green” department. Here’s what they’re saying:
Taking a green approach to powering the festival through a partnership with CLIF Bar and NativeEnergy, the 10,000 Lakes Festival now allows patrons to offset the CO2 emissions of their automobile or airline travel up to the festival by purchasing ‘Cool Tags’ at the online ticket check out. Each Cool Tag invests $2 in NativeEnergy’s WindBuilders program, helping the Rosebud Sioux Tribe build a wind farm on their reservation in South Dakota. Wind farms deliver clean, renewable energy to the grid without releasing CO2 into the air, thereby displacing energy that comes from polluting facilities.
Get all your ticket and other info at 10KLF’s main site.