The Ramble Festival will debut October 7th–9th at Darlington, MD’s Camp Ramblewood with headliners Leftover Salmon (two sets), Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass featuring The Hillbenders, The Travelin’ McCourys, and more.
Other top acts for the first-year festival are Big Something, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Pink Talking Fish, and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band. The lineup is rounded out by Abby Bryant & The Echoes, AJ Lee & Blue Summit, Annie Sellick & Pat Bergeson Duo, Arkansauce, Armchair Boogie, Bella’s Bartok, Caleb Stine, Charm City Junction, Country Current, Dirty Grass Players, Dogs In A Pile, Empire Strikes Brass, High & Mighty Brass Band, Kendall Street Company, Muskrat Flats, Neighbor, and Travers Brothership. Festival organizers have also asked for fans’ help in selecting an additional brass band. Visit the lineup announcement post and tag a brass band to enter them into contention to fill the final slot.
Located in Harford County, MD, Camp Ramblewood sits on over 200 acres of pristine land. A functioning multi-purpose summer camp location, the venue offers on-site cabins with seven, eight, ten, eleven, or thirteen beds. The primitive cabins offer electricity, semi-private bathrooms, storage space, and shelter from any inclement weather.
In addition to the diverse lineup of performers, The Ramble Festival has a variety of special programming planned. Late-night jams will take place in a large barn for Levon Helm-style rambles, after which artists from the stage and crowd alike can participate in communal campfire jams. Festival organizers will also employ a number of busking musicians to play throughout the festival, ensuring that music is always in the air.
Tickets for The Ramble Festival are on sale now for $235, including all fees and taxes. Click here for tickets and more information. Check out the lineup announcement video featuring Leftover Salmon’s Vince Herman.
The Ramble Festival Lineup Announcement