Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA was the place to be for music fans on Saturday as LOCKN’ Festival cruised through day three on Saturday with memorable moments that included Oteil Burbridge birthday performances with Oteil & Friends, and Tedeschi Trucks Band welcoming Trey Anastasio and Doyle Bramhall II to perform Derek and the Dominos’ 1970 double album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs in full.

Another highlight set from Saturday was Twiddle‘s afternoon collaboration with John Popper of Blues Traveler, which also featured surprise sit-ins from festival’s head prankster Bob Weir and guitarist Eric Krasno.

Twiddle started the gust-filled performance with a few originals in “River Drift“, “Syncopated Healing”, “Jamflowman”, and “Apples”. Popper would eventually join the band on stage to lead the group through a mix of Blues Traveler covers in “But Anyway”, “Mountains Win Again”, “Castaway”, and “Hook”. Weir and Krasno made their way to the festival’s rotating stage a few songs into the performance to help treat the audience a cover of the Grateful Dead‘s “Eyes of the World”.

Relive some of Saturday’s performance with the videos below.

Twiddle – “River Drift”, “Syncopated Healing” – 8/24/2019

[Video: Relix]

Twiddle feat. John Popper, Bob Weir, Eric Krasno – “Eyes of the World” – 8/24/2019

[Video: Chris from Jam Buzz]

Twiddle feat. John Popper – “Hook” – 8/24/2019

[Video: Chris from Jam Buzz]

LOCKN’ closes with a final day of music on Sunday with scheduled performances from The Soul Rebels, moe., Bob Weir & Wolf Bros, and more. Watch the event’s free webcast of Sunday’s performances here.

Setlist: Twiddle with John Popper | LOCKN’ | Arrington, VA | 8/24/19

Set: River Drift, Syncopated Healing, Jamflowman, Apples, But Anyway* (Blues Traveler cover), Eyes of the World*^$ (Grateful Dead cover), Lost in the Cold*, Mountains Win Again*$ (Blues Traveler cover), Castaway* (Blues Traveler cover), Nicodemus Portulay, Subconscious Prelude, Hattie’s Jam > When It Rains It Pours, Hook* (Blues Traveler cover)

* w/ John Popper
^ w/ Bob Weir
$ w/ Eric Krasno