The All Good Music Festival has announced its full weekend schedule for 2008, including late-night pre-party sets on Thursday, July 10. Unlike some of its larger brethren in the festival world, All Good has made a point not to schedule any overlapping sets throughout the weekend. So, no tough decisions between big headliners or up-and-comers that you really want to check out.

Good call, All Good; I dig it. Of course, this festival is smaller than the Bonnaroos of the world and a bit more focused on the jam niche. But I think this is a crowd-pleasing move that may help set them apart from other fests. Plus, that late-night Thursday pre-party looks like it’ll be a throw-down.

Speaking of which, early arrival tickets for the Pre-Party are available for $15 in advance and $30 at the gate. Advance weekend passes are available for $139 or by phone by at 1-800-594-TIXX.

Full schedule after the jump…

Thursday, July 10th
Early Arrival in the Campground:
2 AM The Join *Late Night*
(Shields & Shearer w. Benevento & Russo)
11:45 Brazilian Girls
9:45 Perpetual Groove
8:30 PM Jazzam

Friday, July 11th
2:00 AM Gov’t Mule *Late Night*
1:15 SOJA
10:00 Phil Lesh & Friends
9:15 Lettuce
7:45 Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood
7:15 All Mighty Senators
6:00 Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
5:40 Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
4:40 The Avett Brothers
4:20 Basshound
3:20 RAQ
3:00 MJ Project
2:00 PM The Wood Brothers

Saturday, July 12th
2:00 AM Dark Star Orchestra *Late Night*
1:15 The Bridge
10:00 Widespread Panic
9:15 Bassnectar
7:45 Keller Williams w. Moseley, Droll & Sipe
7:15 Pnuma Trio
5:45 Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Soul Stew Revival
5:20 Telepath
4:20 Mike Gordon
4:00 Scrapomatic
3:00 Tea Leaf Green
2:40 Rex Jam
1:40 Hot Buttered Rum
12:30 Outformation
11:30 AM Eric Lindell

Sunday, July 13th
5:00 Michael Franti & Spearhead
4:20 Danielia Cotton
3:00 Railroad Earth
2:30 deSol
1:15 JJ Grey & Mofro
12:00 Bonerama

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