*18 & Life: The Favazz and KSHE Anniversary Show starring Joe Dirt and the Dirty Boys Band and The Who Band: A Tribute to the Who, Friday, June 19
*The Robert Cray Band, Tuesday, July 7
*The Wallflowers, Sunday July 26
*Rusted Root, Monday, July 27
*Xavier Rudd, Saturday, August 8
*Counting Crows/Magnolia Summer, Friday, July 3
*Train/Green River Ordinance/The Incurables/Jon Hardy and the Public/The Feed, Saturday, July 4
*Little Feat/Madahoochi, Saturday, July 18
*Angie Stone/Soul Alliance/Leandra, Friday, July 24
*Gretchen Wilson/Pearl Heart, Saturday, July 25
*Guster/Joe Stickley's Blue Print, Friday, July 31
*Lupe Fiasco/Black Spade, Saturday, August 1
*Anthony Gomes Band, Sunday, July 19
*Dave Hererro and the Cats, Friday, July 31
*Black Diamond Heavies, Wednesday, July 15
*Caroline SMith and the Goodnight Sleeps, Monday, June 15
*Green Jelly, Sunday, June 21
*Nightmare of You, Sunday, June 28
*The Graduate, Friday, July 3
*Netherfriends, Thursday, July 16
*Dax Riggs, Wednesday, June 24
*The Saps, Friday, June 12
*The Elms, Saturday, June 13
*Poco, Thursday, June 18
*Gypsy, Thursday, June 25
*Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Thursday, July 16
*Sax for Stax, Thursday, July 30
*Ken Haller, Friday, June 12, Saturday, June 13
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