The 2019 edition of The Peach Music Festival saw fans music flock to Scranton, PA’s Montage Mountain Ski Resort for another mid-summer weekend of fun in the sun and plenty of music to go around.
BIG Something was one of the acts who delivered a fantastic performance during day two of the four-day event on Friday, July 26th. The eclectic rock outfit from North Carolina brought their signature mix of improvisational groove rock and funk to the festival’s Mushroom Stage for a 12-song performance which even featured a notable sit-in from Andy Frasco towards the end.
The band’s set included performances of originals including “Waves”, “Megalodon”, “Pinky’s Ride”, “Tumbleweed”, “Dangerous”, and “Plug”, to name a few. The latter half of the set also included a thrilling cover of The Who‘s “Baba O’Riley”.
Watch the band’s entire 90-minute performance from this year’s Peach Festival below.
BIG Something – The Peach Festival – 7/26/2019
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BIG Something continues its run of summer performances with a mix of shows scheduled throughout the eastern U.S. throughout the remainder of August and into September. Head to the band’s website for tickets and tour info for their upcoming shows.
Setlist: BIG Something | The Peach Music Festival | Montage Mountain | Scranton, PA | 7/26/2019
Set: Waves, TimeBomb, Megalodon, Afterglow, Pinky’s Ride, Song for Us, Tumbleweed, Dangerous, Plug, Baba O’Riley (The Who cover), My Volcano*, The Flood
* w/ Andy Frasco