Oxford, ME (PRWEB) March 8, 2011
Nateva announced its preliminary lineup for the 2011 Nateva Music and Camping Festival, scheduled to take place August 4 through 7, 2011 at the Oxford Fairgrounds in Oxford, ME. Following on last year’s smashing success with over 50 bands over the course of the weekend festival, musical acts representing a wide variety of genres and influence will again grace the Nateva stages. This year the Festival again intends to present more than 50 bands on four stages, with great food, roaming performers, late night movies, late night silent disco, art installations, and round-the-clock entertainment.
Seasoned festival performers guarantee what will be a legendary musical experience in an intimate (for a festival) Maine setting. Old school favorites and innovative sounds come together like magic in Nateva’s 2011 line-up.
Returning artists include Ghostland Observatory, Moonalice, Keller Williams, Jackie Greene, Max Creek, The McLovins, STS9, and Maine’s own Gypsy Tailwind.
More bands will be announced as they confirm their participation. A full list of confirmed acts to date follows:
2011 Nateva Music & Camping Festival Confirmed Artists:
- Thievery Corporation
- Gregg Allman Band
- John Butler Trio
- Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead
- Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
- Ghostland Observatory
- Chris Robinson and Jackie Greene – Acoustic Duo
- Robert Randolph & the Family Band
- Big Head Todd & The Monsters
- 7 Walkers featuring Grateful Dead co-founder Bill Kreutzmann
- Keller Williams
- Martin Sexton
- The New Deal
- Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue
- Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
- Dave Mason
- Peter Wolf
- Donna the Buffalo
- Max Creek
- New Riders of the Purple Sage
- Tim Reynolds and TR3
- Gypsy Tailwind
- Zach Deputy
- Ryan Montbleau Band
- Session Americana
- Sister Sparrow
- Roots of Creation
- The Mallett Brother Band
- Billy Keane and the Misdemeanor Outlaws
- Ghost of Jupiter featuring Nate Wilson
- Otis Groove
- Nephrok! Allstars
- The Ron Noyes Band
Nateva is offering a ticket layaway plan starting with an initial payment as low as $59.67; 3 day passes range from $189 to $425 for VIP passes, featuring special viewing platforms, preferred parking, camping, dining, a full-service bar, and more amenities.
Tickets are on sale through Nateva’s website, http://www.natevafestival.com. All weekend tickets include an option to camp. The Festival will end around 9 p.m. Sunday evening, allowing fans to return home in time to start a fresh week. New this year, campers opting not to depart on Sunday evening will be offered a Sunday night overnight option for an additional fee, details available online.
Maine’s very own music festival extraordinaire includes, in addition to a stellar lineup: free yoga, a local farmers market, a kids’ tent, roaming entertainers, late night big screen movies, late night silent disco, dozens of food and craft vendors, massage and healing therapies, and not-for-profit partners ready to help make the world a better place.
Located just 2 hours and 45 minutes from Boston and 50 minutes from Portland, Maine, the Oxford Fairgrounds feature electricity, water, bathrooms, a limited number of RV hookups with power and water, shower trucks, flat land, plenty of shade, and easy access to Route 26. Family and VIP camping areas will also be available.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.natevafestival.com.
The Nateva Music & Camping Festival is an intimate live music and camping festival featuring world-class bands in a limited capacity venue. The Festival debuted in summer 2010 and immediately made an impact on the music festival scene. Thousands of music lovers traveled to Oxford, ME for world-class acts such as Furthur, the Flaming Lips, moe., Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band, and She & Him. The 2011 Nateva Festival will again be staged at the Oxford Fairgrounds, which is located just under 3 hours from Boston, MA and less than an hour from Portland, ME. The musical magic will be recreated at the Fairgrounds, August 4-7, 2011, when Nateva returns to Northern New England.
Festival organizers are focused on providing Nateva’s community with the smoothest and most enjoyable experience possible.
This year the Festival intends to present more than 50 bands on four stages, with great food, roaming performers, late night big screen movies, late night silent disco, larger-than-life art installations, and round-the-clock entertainment.
Contact: Jim Britt
(207) 775-2126 , Ext 122