Today, Leftover Salmon has announced the second-annual Fish Out Of Water Festival, which will return to Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership on August 10th and 11th. The two-day music festival in Taos, New Mexico, will see two nights of performances by the host band, Leftover Salmon, in addition to sets by Dumpstaphunk, David Lowery and Johnny Hickman (formerly of Cracker), Trout Steak Revival, Poor Man’s Whiskey performing “Dark Side of the Moonshine”, Gasoline Lollypops, Last To Know, Liver Down The River, Sweet Lillies, Ry Taylor & Friends, and The Noseeums and more TBA.
Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership is located right next to Hotel Luna Mystica, a vintage trailer hotel, making for the perfect location for a fully immersive and intimate musical weekend. Furthermore, the festival is situated at the gateway of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument near the Sangre de Cristo mountain range, with its prime location offering attendees access to whitewater boating, hiking, biking and hot springs. Given the festival’s awe-inspiring location, it only makes sense that the festival will also serve as a benefit for the Rio Grande Watershed.
Leftover Salmon’s second-annual Fish Out Of Water Festival will take place at Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership on August 10th and 11th, with performances by Leftover, Dumpstaphunk, and so many other great acts. Discounted early-bird tickets go on sale today, with the general on-sale beginning on Friday, May 18th, at 10 a.m. You can snag tickets here, and follow Fish Out Of Water Festival on Facebook here for more information and updates.