We just glimpsed the lineup for the sixth annual Yonder Mountain String Band's sixth annual Harvest Music Festival -- taking place Thursday, October 13, through Sunday, October 16, at Mulberry Mountain in Arkansas (site of this weekend's Wakarusa Festival) -- and let's just say it may make you want to, uh, wander mountain a few states over, particularly if you're partial to the sort of music those Yonder Mountain fellers specialize in.
The bill, which is, of course, being headlined by Yonder Mountain, also includes Split Lip Rayfield, Trampled by Turtles, Great American Taxi, Greensky Bluegrass, Elephant Revival, Oakhurst and Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, among others. See full lineup below.
Yonder Mountain String Band Sixth Annual Harvest Music Festival 2011 Mulberry Mountain - Ozark, Arkansas October 13-16
Yonder Mountain String Band Bela Fleck & the Flecktones Railroad Earth 7 Walkers featuring Papa Mali & Bill Kreuztmann Emmitt Nershi Band Punch Brothers Cornmeal Split Lip Rayfield Traveling McCoury's Peter Rowan The Wilders Trampled By Turtles Reckless Kelly Todd Snider James McMurtry Sara Watkins Great American Taxi Dirtfoot Mountain Sprout Greensky Bluegrass The Greencards That One Guy David Lindley Jay Nash Danny Barnes Larry Keel & Natural Bridge Nathan Moore Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band Mountain Standard Time Trishas Steep Canyon Rangers David Mayfield Parade Elephant Revival Darol Anger's Republic of Strings Big Smith Oakhurst Deep Fried Pickle Project Deadman Flats Truckstop Honeymoon P.K.B. - Pete Karsounas Band Alaska String Band Gleny Rae Virus & Her Tamworth Playboys Whistle Pigs Mountain of Venus Dumptruck Butterlips Charliehorse Honeyshine
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