First listed tour date of the new year,
Apr. 29, 2010 New Orleans, LA
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
There will be a great lineup this year including
Widespread Panic, Pearl Jam, Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, The Neville Brothers, B.B. King, Jeff Beck, Irma Thomas, Gipsy Kings, The Dead Weather, Elvis Costello & the Sugarcanes, Teena Marie, Allen Toussaint, Band of Horses, Gov’t Mule, Average White Band, Jose Feliciano, Steve Martin with the Steep Canyon Rangers, Maze feat. Frankie Beverly, Kirk Franklin, Wayne Shorter Quartet, Gil Scott Heron, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Clarence Carter, Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band and much, much more!
Fri Oct 30 '09 - Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
Sat Oct 31 '09 - Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
Sun Nov 01 '09 - New Orleans, LA City Park- Read more here
Nov. 03, 2009 El Paso, TX Abraham Chavez Theatre
Nov. 04, 2009 Phoenix, AZ Dodge Theatre
Nov. 06, 2009 Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre
Nov. 07, 2009 Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre
Nov. 08, 2009 Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre
Nov. 10, 2009 Reno, NV Grand Sierra Theatre
Nov. 12, 2009 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
Nov. 13, 2009 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
Nov. 14, 2009 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
Nov. 17, 2009 Kansas City, MO Midland Theatre
Nov. 18, 2009 Kansas City, MO Midland Theatre
Nov. 20, 2009 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
Nov. 21, 2009 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
Nov. 22, 2009 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
Nov. 24, 2009 Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Theatre
Nov. 25, 2009 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre
Nov. 27, 2009 Charleston, SC N. Charleston Coliseum
Nov. 28, 2009 Charleston, SC N. Charleston Coliseum
December 30th and 3st, at Philips Arena in Atlanta GA.
Celebrate New Years in Atlanta with Widespread Panic at Philips Arena, 2 nights, December 30th & 31st. Mail order tickets are available in package form of one ticket for each night (1 pack = 1 tix for 30th & 1 tix for 31st). Packages are $106 each (plus $17 shipping per order not per package) with a maximum order of 6 packages (6 tickets for each night).
We will accept mail order beginning Monday, September 28th. The last day we will accept orders will be Friday, October 16th. Orders will be shipped out via FedEx for a charge of $17 per order (international orders $40) on Wednesday October 21st - 2day delivery.
For those of you who do not need tickets for both shows or miss mail order, tickets go on sale to the general public on Saturday October 24th through Ticketmaster by phone 404 249-6400, Ticketmaster.com or Ticketmaster retail outlets.
Sat Oct 03 '09 - Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Sun Oct 04 '09 - Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Tue Oct 06 '09 - Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion
Wed Oct 07 '09 - Portsmouth, VA NTELOS Wireless Pavilion
Fri Oct 09 '09 - Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
Sat Oct 10 '09 - Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
Sun Oct 11 '09 - Raleigh, NC Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek
Tue Oct 13 '09 - Knoxville, TN World's Fair Park
Wed Oct 14 '09 - Nashville, TN Riverfront Park
Fri Oct 16 '09 - Dallas, TX Superpages.com Center
Sat Oct 17 '09 - The Woodlands, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
I've read through the few reviews of the latest shows featuring our beloved Panic and ABB. And, as I do on this site, I like to reproduce the articles I find making this a one-stop reading source. Unfortunately the reviews, so far, haven't been copy/paste worthy since they are either a single paragraph barely worth newsprint or skewed towards ABB.
My Peevishness comes from professionals writing for major market newspapers and magazine who just can't get it right. Since the recent concerts are featuring TWO headliners those writers should give 50% of their raves or rants to both. Yes? At least that's the way I think. I know if it's a rant then most won't even bother writing a review at all. Considering the Jam Rocking event of the year is these two powerhouse bands concert reviewers or their editors can't seem to acknowledge this fact. I haven't found one article from Chicago where the bands played 2 sold out shows!
I know that the Allman Brothers band are an amazing group of musicians providing us with chart topping music for over 40 years. I love ABB as much as the next Spreadhead and I would never deny Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks their due but my heart belongs to the Athens-based group for the fun-loving music and emotional experience they've provided for over 25 years. Why did I mentioned Athens when all of us know where the boys first got together and began creating awesome music? Anyone could easily go to widespreadpanic.com and see that for themselves. Right? All except for some of the "professional" writers out there who apparently just GUESS where Panic is from.
"Macon-based Southern rockers". At least the guys at The Sun Chronicle got the State right. My only wish is that I could afford to travel and see more shows. I can only review what I see. But I'm certain what I've missed is amazing.
October is near!
WIDESPREAD PANIC / KISS / EMINEM / JANE'S ADDICTION / LENNY KRAVITZ THE FLAMING LIPS / JUSTICE (DJ SET) GOGOL BORDELLO / WOLFMOTHER / THE BLACK KEYS / THE POGUES / WEEN / SILVERSUN PICKUPS / JANELLE MONAE / THE COOL KIDS / MEAT PUPPETS / MUTEMATH / Q-TIP / FISCHERSPOONER / BRAND NEW / D12 / AMERICAN BANG / GENERATIONALS / EARL GREYHOUND / SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS / BLACK LIPS / DOWN / MATES OF STATE / ALL TIME LOW / ROBERT RANDOLPH & THE FAMILY BAND /
the knux / george clinton and parliament funkadelic / jj grey & mofro / Alejandro Escovedo / sarah quintana / shooter jennings / drive-by truckers / eric church / ledisi / irvin mayfield / New Orleans bingo! show / rebirth brass band / leroy jones / trombone shorty and orleans ave / Big Sam's Funky Nation / Benjy Davis Project / Papa Grows Funk / marchfourth marching band / dj soul sister / rotary downs / andrew duhon and the lonesome crows / amanda shaw / cyril neville's blues revue with tab benoit, big chief monk boudreaux and johnny sansone / beausoleil / leo jackson and the melody clouds / john mooney and bluesiana / quintron and missy pussycat / fleur de tease / suplecs / little freddie king / preservation hall-stars with special guests / the happy talk band / lil brian & the Zydeco Travelers / why are we building such a big ship? / ratty scurvics / mynameisjohnmichael / loose marbles / luke winslow-king / dan dyer / Sam & Ruby / walter "wolfman" washington and the roadmaster with dirty horns / new orleans klezmer all-stars / glasgow / mas mamones / zydepunks / the white bitch / Kristin diable / New orleans jazz vipers / the vettes / lucy's walk / erick baker / tbc brass band / bones / mc trachiotomy / from legends to nancy / brother taisuke mass choir / r. scully rough 7 / katey red & dj papa, big freddia, sissy nobby / davis rogan / and more!
Voodoo Experience takes over the city of New Orleans with over 20 events at 10 different locations, a series of events at all the major clubs in New Orleans. The best local talent and acoustic performances by Voodoo artists will manifest themselves in every corner of the city. The diversity of the festival runs deep within the roots of local New Orleans' culture.
from Relix Magazine online
John Bell with Sirius DJ Stef Scamardo
About 40 station guests and contest winners gathered at Sirius-XM Radio’s Midtown Manhattan studios yesterday afternoon for an intimate in-studio performance by Widespread Panic. The group is in the New York-area as part of a summer tour with The Allman Brothers Band and stopped by “Jam On” to speak with station personality Stef Scamardo and to play a few songs in Sirius’s glass-enclosed performance space—“the fishbowl.” Both the performance and interview are scheduled to air on “Jam On,” which can be found on SIRIUS channel 17 and XM channel 56, shortly after Labor Day.
The group ran through a five-song, hour-plus set that spanned its career, including “Pilgrims,” “Angels On High,” “This Part of Town,” “Already Fried” and “Imitation Leather Shoes.” In order to fit into the small performance space, the band shuffled its onstage configuration slightly, with drummers Todd Nance and Sunny Ortiz set up single-file on the audience’s far left, guitarist Jimmy Herring front left, guitarist John Bell in front middle and bassist Dave Schools in the back behind him. Keyboardist JoJo Hermann was set up mid-back right behind Scamardo and in-between Schools and Bell on the far right. Bell also used the opportunity to show off his new guitar and switched to acoustic for both “Pilgrims” and “Already Fried.”
Scamardo discussed a number of topics with the band between songs, ranging from what has changed during the band’s 20-plus year career (“We got Jimmy,” Bell said in his trademark growl) to Panic’s summer tour with longtime heroes the Allman Brothers Band (“They rock—like a locomotive!,” Schools remarked about the influential rock band) to their favorite new bands (“A band I’m really proud of is Dead Confederate,” Schools said of the Athens-based indie rockers, also adding that there are over 13,000 songs on his iPod).
Scamardo also mentioned the band’s surprisingly Sporadic early summer schedule, which Bell described as a “loose and light tour.” She later crowned the band the “The Kings of Bonnaroo,” to which Bell replied that he can judge a festival by its food—“and Bonnaroo has really good food.” The members of the band also discussed how they spent their time off: Schools has “just been trying to be a good husband,” Bell focused on the Clarkesville, Ga. Wellness Center that he recently opened with his wife Laura and Jimmy Herring practiced—even after shows while on the road (“Bathrooms at most hotels have good reverb,” he admits). In one particularly honest moment, Bell even mentioned that he was nervous lecturing to a group of UGA music business students early this month, but admitted,“the business can be an art form too.”
The in-studio audience watching Panic through a glass window had an opportunity to ask questions as well. When asked about the band’s relationship with the Allman Brothers Band, Schools responded that the group was a big influence on him through the years and that fans should expect a collaboration-heavy tour with shows that span 4-5 hours. Another question touched on frequent guest fiddler Ann Marie Calhoun, which led Schools and Bell to recount how they first saw her play “Surprise Valley” on a YouTube clip. “[She] hit every lick that Michael Houser played, but on a fiddle,” they said—with Schools adding that it was a good example of a video going viral. One young audience member from Rome, Italy asked a question about how the band writes its songs. Bell said he writes songs “wherever the gift comes from,” while Schools talked about group collaboration and said, “the coolest things happen when the group is ‘tossing a potato back and forth musically.’”
As the performance came to a close, Scamardo touched upon the band’s “Driving Songs” live releases and the new “From the Vaults” series. Bell mentioned that the band is trying to release an archival show every 4-5 months, and allow vault keeper Horace Moore to select the show, along with input from fans. But there is plenty of material to work with—the band has been multi-tracking all of its performances since the early 1990s.
University of Georgia-Athens.
Widespread Panic's Bell tells students to follow their dream
by John Barrett with Carolyn Crist for UGA redandblack.com
Image by John Kim
As the economy pushes students to consider majors that will earn big bucks, Widespread Panic's lead singer John Bell encouraged music business students not to give up the dream.
Bell, who joined Athens' native band Widespread Panic in 1986, explained how he became a part of the music business step-by-step in a motivational talk for music business students and alumni at the Chapel on Tuesday afternoon.
Music has to move from part A, or creation, to part B, the fans, through production, he said.
The business is "not just musicians and producers," he said, describing the business as a conglomeration of "agents, management, people who put up posters ... and it spills into TV and movies."
It is a multifaceted business with job opportunities, but it requires a great deal of homework.
"You've got to have your reference books around to keep you out of the dark," he said. "There are ways of doing things and avenues that are traveled ... it's good to recognize that stuff, but there are also so many opportunities to create your own job."
For example, the B-52's and R.E.M. tried their own styles in Athens first.
"If enough people dig it and catch onto it, all of a sudden you're making your own rules," Bell said. "There will be people who come up with a check in one hand and a contract in the other, saying it's ironclad. You don't have to trust them or be bullied - it's your dream, and don't let someone else push you around."
But the success starts with hard work and self-promotion, even with the simple things - putting up posters, creating demo CDs and selling merchandise yourself.
"You shouldn't expect anything beyond what you're willing to put in yourself to make things happen," he said.
But working with others isn't out of the question. In fact, within the band, it should be necessary, Bell said, describing Widespread Panic as "100 percent collaborative."
"Inspiration will pop up in any shape or form," he said. "You'll go places you wouldn't normally go by yourself."
Technology is another aspect of the music business that Bell didn't anticipate.
"Using music for entertainment and inspiration hasn't changed. Everything else - computers, the Internet, even instruments - have," he said. "I'm personally in the middle of it, and I dig the chaos that's out there."
Bell encouraged the students to stick to their dreams but keep their egos in check, allowing space and respect for fellow bandmates.
He humbly dished advice to students and closed the event by singing a song with the same thought:
"My thoughts are not for sale," he sang.
Evolution of the Music Festival
GMA's Bill Weir was at the original site of Woodstock '69 in Bethel,NY along with some of the "star children" who were there 40 years ago to talk about music then and how it's influenced music festivals today.
Bringing in over 400,000 attendants, Woodstock took a huge financial loss as a festival but made it up with sales of it's album and documentary. Today it's the opposite. In a sagging economy coupled with dwindling record sales and internet piracy making it difficult to make a profit bands turn to touring to make up losses.
Large festivals like Bonneroo, 10k Lakes and Rothbury can draw huge numbers of attendants and put them in a ready and well organized area with everything including rest rooms, tents and plenty of food vendors.
Today's festivals, however, are sprouting one good seed from Woodstock; the large variety and diverse performers all in one space. It's a win-win, financially for the festivals and affordable for the attendees.
As John Bells puts it, "...you can bring a large number of fans into a good environment where somebody can have their summer concert experience and not spend the baby's milk money."
According to the WP website mail order for tickets to the Halloween show in Austin was the fastest sell out in the Band’s history!
Looks like it's going to be one HOT ticket!
Sat Oct 03 / 09 - Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Sun Oct 04 / 09 - Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Tue Oct 06 / 09 - Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion
Wed Oct 07 / 09 - Portsmouth, VA NTELOS Wireless Pavilion
Fri Oct 09 / 09 - Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
Sat Oct 10 / 09 - Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
Sun Oct 11 / 09 - Raleigh, NC Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek
Tue Oct 13 / 09 - Knoxville, TN World's Fair Park
Wed Oct 14 / 09 - Nashville, TN Riverfront Park
Fri Oct 16 / 09 - Dallas, TX Superpages.com Center
Sat Oct 17 / 09 - The Woodlands, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Fri Oct 30 / 09 - Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
Sat Oct 31 / 09 - Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
Sun Nov 01 / 09 - New Orleans, LA City Park
Well it was a great weekend in Louisville.If you have the chance and the stamina I would recommend going next time.
There was a great mix of music and art and exhibits and sweet tarts!
The festival was located in the downtown area along the river and the organizers say that this year was their biggest draw bringing in around 17,000 folks from all over the country.
They had some environmental speakers giving talks on energy, bio-diesel and green-living. That was the purpose of the event. To bring people together with great music and expose them to a brighter future. Most folks seemed more interested in the food, drink and dancing.
Widespread Panic played 2 nights and, man, it was awesome to hear them! It had been awhile :)
Disco > Pigeons, This Part Of Town, Holden Oversoul > Climb To Safety, From The Cradle > All Time Low, Papa's Home > Protein Drink > Sewing Machine > Jam > Papa's Home > Rock
Her Dance Needs No Body > Henry Parson's Died, Angels On High > Greta > Drum Solo > Bowlegged Woman > Chilly Water > Bowlegged Woman > Time Waits For No One > Ain't Life Grand > Love Tractor
Encore: Action Man
Who Do You Belong To > Fishwater > Visiting Day > Time Zones > Fixin' To Die > Ride Me High > Blue Indian, Up All Night > Drivin' Song > Tie Your Shoes > Drum Solo > Under The Radar Jam > Blight > Drivin' Song > North, Blackout Blues, Slippin' Into Darkness, Porch Song
Expiration Day > Stop Breakin' Down, Space Wrangler > Give
NO SET BREAK!
Check out Ian's photos from Forecastle weekend!
Widespread Panic, The Black Crowes, The Black Keys, and The Avett Brothers
* Zappa Plays Zappa
* Umphrey’s McGee
* Yonder Mountain String Band
* Pretty Lights
* The New Mastersounds
* The Whigs
* Kathleen Edwards
* Dead Confederate
Jul 11 Forecastle Festival, Louisville, KY
Jul 12 Forecastle Festival, Louisville, KY
Jul 18 Mile High Festival, Denver, CO
Jul 19 Mile High Festival, Denver, CO
Jul 22 10K Lakes Fest, Detroit Lakes, MN
Jul 24 10K Lakes Fest, Detroit Lakes, MN
Aug 21 Susquehannah Bank Center, Camden, NJ
Aug 22 CMAC Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua, NY
Aug 24 Meadowbrook Cellular Pavilion, Gilford, NH
Aug 27 Nikon @ Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY
Aug 29 Comcast Center, Mansfield, MA
Aug 30 Dodge Music Center, Hartford, CT
Sep 2 Charter One Pavilion, Chicago, IL
Sep 3 Charter One Pavilion, Chicago, IL
Oct 3 Verizon Wireless Amph., Charlotte, NC
Oct 4 Verizon Wireless Amph., Charlotte, NC
Oct 6 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
Oct 7 nTelos Wireless Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA
Oct 9 BJCC Arena, Birmingham, AL
Oct 10 BJCC Arena, Birmingham, AL
Oct 11 Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion, Raleigh, NC
Oct 13 World's Fair Park, Knoxville, TN
Oct 14 Riverfront Park, Nashville, TN
Oct 16 Superpages.com Center, Dallas, TX
Oct 17 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston, TX
The Wharf - Orange Beach, 4/17, 4/18, 4/19 2009 Setlists
04/17/09 The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL
1: Give, Heroes > Love Tractor, Tickle the Truth, Ain't Life Grand > Jam > Solid Rock, Aunt Avis, You Should Be Glad, All Time Low
2: Junior, Airplane > B of D > Proving Ground, Thought Sausage > Machine > Tie Your Shoes > Drums > Surprise Valley > Tie Your Shoes > Surprise Valley
E: Pleas > Cream Puff War
[Keller Williams and Pretty Lights opens]
04/18/09 The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL
1: Send Your Mind > Fishwater, Gradle > Who Do You Belong To? > Dyin' Man, Let's Get Down To Business > This Part Of Town > Jack > Big Wooly Mammoth > Papa's Home
2: Bowlegged Woman, Smoking Factory*, Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning*, Walk On The Flood, Blight > Ride Me High > Jam > Drums** > Climb To Safety > Action Man
E: Wondering > Can't Find My Way Home
* with Luther Dickinson on guitar
** with Cody Dickinson on percussion
[The North Mississippi Allstars and Pretty Lights opened; Last 'Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning' - 10/07/88, 2193 shows]
04/19/09 The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL
1: Radio Child > Pigeons, Let It Rock, L.a. > Pickin' Up The Pieces, Walk On, Better Off, It Ain't No Use > Under The Radar Jam > Angels on High, Goin' Out West
2: Driving Song > A of D > Driving Song > Tall Boy > Rock > Tall Boy > Sleepy Monkey > Three Candles > Drums > Diner > Driving Song > From The Cradle
E: May Your Glass Be Filled, Chilly Water
[The Avett Brothers and DJ J-Boogie opens]
thanks to everydaycompanion
Sept 02 (Wed) - CHARTER ONE PAVILION Chicago, Illinois - On tour with Widespread Panic. ABB closes.
TIX ON SALE: Friday, April 10 at 10:00 AM
Sept 03 (Thu) - CHARTER ONE PAVILION Chicago, Illinois - On tour with Widespread Panic. WSP closes.
TIX ON SALE: Friday, April 10 at 10:00 AM
John Bell recently sat down with Rolling Stones' keyboardist Chuck Leavell to talk over life on the road and Bell's environmental passions.
Click this link to watch the video and then answer a quick question from the interview.
You could win tickets to 10KLF!
Jul 2009 - Jul 2009 (6 dates)
Jul. 11, 2009 Louisville, KY
The Forecastle Festival
Jul. 12, 2009 Louisville, KY
The Forecastle Festival
Jul. 18, 2009 Denver, CO
Mile High Music Festival
Jul. 19, 2009 Denver, CO
Mile High Music Festival
Jul. 22, 2009 Detroit Lakes, MN
10,000 Lakes Festival
Jul. 24, 2009 Detroit Lakes, MN
10,000 Lakes Festival
Aug 2009 - Aug 2009 (6 dates)
Aug. 21, 2009 Camden, NJ
Susquehanna Bank Center w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Aug. 22, 2009 Canandaigua, NY
CMAC - Performing Arts Center w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Aug. 24, 2009 Gilford, NH
Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Aug. 27, 2009 Wantagh, NY
Nikon @ Jones Beach Theater w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Aug. 29, 2009 Mansfield, MA
Comcast Center w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Aug. 30, 2009 Hartford, CT
New England Dodge Music Center w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Sep 2009 - Sep 2009 (2 dates)
Sep. 02, 2009 Chicago, IL
Charter One Pavilion w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Sep. 03, 2009 Chicago, IL
Charter One Pavilion w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct 2009 - Oct 2009 (9 dates)
Oct. 03, 2009 Charlotte, NC
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 04, 2009 Charlotte, NC
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 06, 2009 Columbia, MD
Merriweather Post Pavilion w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 07, 2009 Portsmouth, VA
nTelos Wireless Pavilion w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 11, 2009 Raleigh, NC
Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion @ Walnut Creek w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 13, 2009 Knoxville, TN
World's Fair Park w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 14, 2009 Nashville, TN
Riverfront Park w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 16, 2009 Dallas, TX
Superpages.com Center w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Oct. 17, 2009 Houston, TX
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion w/ The Allman Brothers Band
Orlando, FL and Orange Beach, AL
Apr 13th - House of Blues, Orlando, FL
Apr 14th - House of Blues, Orlando, FL
Apr 15th - House of Blues, Orlando, FL
Apr 17th - The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL
Apr 18th - The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL
Apr 19th - The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL
10,000 LAKES FESTIVAL 2009 INITIAL ARTIST LINEUP
Dave Matthews Band
Widespread Panic (2 nights)
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
Tea Leaf Green (2 nights)
Trampled By Turtles
William Elliott Whitmore
My Dear Disco
+ 40 BANDS STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED!
10KLF TICKETS & VIP PACKAGES AVAILABLE NOW
A limited number of Tier 1 General Admission tickets are now available for $159 which includes four nights of music and camping. Once this allotment has sold out there will be a ticket price increase.
Upgraded VIP packages are available that offer a first-class festival experience including catered hot meals, drink tickets, two exclusive VIP Main Stage box seating areas as well as preferred camping located directly behind the Main Stage.
More info at 10KLF.com