Earlier in the year, The Peach Music Festival finalized its highly anticipated lineup for its 2018 edition, which will take place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania, from July 19th through 22nd, almost a full month earlier than it has in previous years. Last month, the event confirmed their daily lineups, denoting which acts will play on which days. Now, The Peach Music Festival has announced their “After Midnight” sets, which will keep Montage Mountain rocking deep into the night.

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According to the newly released “After Midnight” schedule includes Gov’t Mule‘s “Dark Side of the Mule” tribute to Pink Floyd in addition to Umphrey’s McGeeTurkuazSpaffordKarl Denson’s Tiny UniverseBand of Changes (featuring Chris HarfordJoe RussoScott Metzger, and Dave Dreiwitz), and a Magic Beans & Friends Late Night Dance Party.

While the new graphic does not note which night (or in what order) the listed bands will play their late-night sets, you can get a general idea of when each set will go down via the previously released daily lineups, which have Turkuaz scheduled to play on Thursday, July 19th; Umphrey’s McGee, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, and Magic Beans set for Friday, July 20th; and Dark Side of the Mule, Spafford, and Band of Changes slated for Saturday, July 21st.

In addition to the late-night offerings, The Peach will host performances from an extensive slate of talented acts from rising favorites to longstanding legends, including Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, a regular Gov’t Mule set, two sets of Joe Russo‘s Almost DeadDickey BettsThe RevivalistsOteil & Friends, two sets of Twiddlemoe. (including both a regular set and a joint performance of Waiting For Columbus with Little Feat and the Turkuaz Horns), and many more.

Tickets for The Peach Music Festival are available now via the event’s website.