ekoostik hookah will return to Legend Valley in Thornville, OH this spring to mark 30 years as a band with two nights of music scheduled for May 14th-15. The pair of socially distant pod concerts will also treat attendees to performances from Keller Williams (two sets), Glostik WillyEd McGee, and Nat Reeb.

The weekend, dubbed “eh30: Back to the Valley,” will feature four original sets from ekoostik hookah, celebrating the jam band stalwarts’ expansive catalog and vast musical legacy. Legend Valley was the former site of several of the band’s festivals, hookahville, throughout the early 2000s and famously saw the band collaborate with Bob Weir when RatDog headlined in 2000.

As part of the anniversary celebration, former band member Ed McGee (guitar, vocals) will join hookah for a special set along with local Columbus favorite Nat Reeb (acoustic guitar, vocals). Together, this expanded lineup will deliver a set consisting solely of songs written by McGee and the late John Mullins, who co-founded hookah in 1991.

eh30: Back to the Valley will notably feature the implementation of the pod concert system at Legend Valley as fans will enjoy the shows from 8′ x 8′ pods that can hold between two and five people. A limited amount of camping is also available on-site in addition to a number of hotels and motels in the area. The ekoostik hookah 30th-anniversary celebration is the latest multi-day pod event to be announced at Legend Valley, in addition to Domefest: Party in the PodsDark Star JubilationThe Werk Out Music & Arts Festival, and more.

For tickets and more information on ekoostik hookah’s two-night anniversary celebration at Legend Valley, head to the band’s website.