‘The Ville’ Announces Initial Lineup for Memorial Day Festival in North Lawrence

Joe Russo's Almost Dead picks up headlining slot


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This is a springtime festival you're not gonna want to miss. The initial lineup announcement for The Ville dropped today, and it's a doozy.

Dig it:

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Trigger Hippy (featuring Joan Osborne, Jackie Greene, Steve Gorman, Tom Bukovac and Nick Gorvrik)
ekoostik hookah
Rumpke Mountain Boys
Blue Moon Soup
Broccoli Samurai
Plus more to be announced 

The Ville takes place bi-annually at Clay's Park in North Lawrence, Ohio (about 45 minutes south of Cleveland). A limited amount of Early-Bird tickets are available now (3-day pass for $80, 4-day pass, including Pre-Party Thursday with Papadosio, for $100). Children 12 and under are free with parents holding festival tickets.

From the organizers: 
The Ville is a truly grassroots event featuring music throughout the weekend on two different stages, as well as offering a long-standing tradition of high end audio production, sound and lights for an extremely reasonable and affordable ticket price.
All the info you need can be found at the festival's website

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