Pigeons Playing Ping Pong‘s annual Domefest will return for its 10th running on May 16th-18th next spring. The popular jam band from Baltimore are headed to new pastures for next year’s weekend event, which is set to take place for the first time at Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, West Virginia–located roughly 30 minutes southeast from the college city of Morgantown.

“We’re beyond excited to celebrate our tenth year at such an incredible new venue,” PPPP lead guitarist Jeremy Schon said in a statement about the new location. “Marvin’s Mountaintop’s rolling hills and lush trees provide an ideal setting for a music festival, and we’ve carved out a unique layout that features an intimate tree-lined natural amphitheater with plenty of comfortable camping and parking space nearby.”

Jeremy, as well as the other three members of the wildly fun rock outfit, and their fans known as “The Flock” should be beyond excited for Domefest ’19 after what appeared to be a muddy, but thrilling event this past May. The multi-day, camping festival featured a 2018 lineup that also included performances by Broccoli Samurai, Mungion and The Fritz, just to name a few. The band hasn’t revealed any artists for 2019 to go with Tuesday’s announcement, but fans should check in closer to January as they typically share their initial lineup shortly after the start of the new year.

“I finally went to Camp Barefoot in 2009, which was the first small festival I went to,” Schon told Live For Live Music ahead of last year’s Domefest. “I was blown away by the intimacy, by the vibe. When the opportunity came to do Domefest, I wanted to capture that feeling as much as possible and introduce people to new music that they might not have known before.”

Last year’s Domefest at the Fort Royal Farm in Bedford, Pennsylvania turned out to be quite the mud-fest for fans in attendance. Flockers braved the springtime elements to make the weekend memorable for their entire community, as well as the band they’ve dedicated themselves to following. The weekend is also filled with non-music activities for guests to explore and enjoy, including yoga sessions, aerial silks and other unique classes taught by the members of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong themselves. Let’s just hope that Scrambled Greg doesn’t lose his voice from all the fun again this year!

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Fans can head to the official Domefest website for updates and more information.