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The Peach Music Festival

The Peach Music Festival
Peach Stage, Peach Festival 2015
Genre Alternative Rock, Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Blues Rock, Boogie Rock, Classic Rock, Country, Folk, Funk, Jam, Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Psychedelic Rock, Reggae, Rock, Roots Rock, Soul, Southern Rock
Dates Mid-August
Location(s) Scranton, Pennsylvania
Years active 2012–present
Founded by The Allman Brothers Band
Website
Official website

The Peach Music Festival is a music festival started by The Allman Brothers Band and Live Nation Entertainment that has been held annually since 2012 at the Pavilion at Montage Mountain and Montage Mountain Ski Resort in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Festival lineups 2
    • 2015 2.1
    • 2014 2.2
    • 2013 2.3
    • 2012 2.4
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Billed as the first ever Allman Brothers inspired music festival in northeastern Pennsylvania, it has been held each year since 2012 and attracts thousands of people. Festivalgoers are encouraged to shop at the many food and craft vendors on the grounds of the festival and are offered free access to the Montage Mountain Ski Resort, which is transformed into a large water park in the summer months, giving them the opportunity to utilize the park's many water rides and attractions while listening to the musicians performing. Camping and RV Parking is also offered on the grounds. The festival takes place in mid-August over the course of several days, and has different performers, headliners and special events each day.[1]

Festival lineups

2015

The 2015 iteration was scheduled to take place from August 13 to August 16, headlined by the Gregg Allman, Santana and Bob Weir.[2]

2014

2013

2012

See also

References

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External links

  • Official website
  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

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