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Gung Ho for Shows: 4 Peaks Music Festival 2019

The initial lineup is here!

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One of Central Oregon's favorite music festivals is ready for another great showing of bands in 2019!

The 4 Peaks Music Festival just announced their initial lineup for the this coming June – trust us, it's a good one! Check out who's been announced below.

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Billy Strings


A young bluegrass sensation with speedy picking skills.



Los Lobos


These veterans on the music scene have seemed to stand the test of time, continuing their musical exploration deep into the band's career.




The Lil Smokies


A genre mixing, stage rocking group of guys who showcase brilliant bluegrass roots. If you didn't catch them at Sisters Folk Fest last year, here's your chance  check them out!



Sonny Landreth


No stranger to the music industry, Landreth has become known as a slide guitar master.


Poor Man's Whiskey


This perfect glass of southern rock is sure to get you moving!


Sister Sparrow


4 Peaks wouldn't be complete without a little soul, right? Well, we'll get more than a little with the voice of Arleigh Kincheloe! The band will blow you away with its powerful sound.



The 12th annual 4 Peaks Music Festival takes place from June 20-23. Get your tickets here.

4 Peaks Music Festival
June 20-23, 2019
4peaksmusic.com
Tickets: Early Bird Weekend Pass: $205 (Through March 30th)

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