If you’re unable to come to the All Good Festival this year, it looks like has you covered. They’ve just announced that they’ll be webcasting this year’s event:

iClips Network and All Good Music Festival are proud to announce the live broadcast of the 12th Annual All Good Music Festival, from July 11-13 from Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, W.Va.

Described by Rolling Stone as “the best fest for jam heads,” the All Good Festival continues to present fans with a showcase of the nation’s best established and emerging live acts with confirmed 2008 performances from Phil Lesh & Friends, Widespread Panic, Gov’t Mule, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Keller Williams and the WMD’S, and many more.

As the mid-Atlantic’s longest-running live music and camping event, the All Good Festival has grown to attract over 15,000 fans from across the nation. Despite its record high attendances, Billboard describes All Good as “unlike many large festivals” with its serene rural West Virginian setting complimented by the natural grandeur of Marvin’s Mountaintop.

This all builds upon the All Good Festival’s mission of offering all good music and all good times to all good people, providing festival goers with a transcendent concert experiences brimming with the strength of community spirit.

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