LOCKN’ Music Festival announces it’s “The LIGHTS FROM LOCKN’” live-stream festival that will include three days of free music. The festival will begin at 10AM each day and running until 2AM and is taking place on June 19-21. The festival will include live music, archived footage, special guests, virtual dance parties, and more. Between music and audience engaging activities “The LIGHTS FROM LOCKN” is attempting to put that festival feeling right into your home.
“The LIGHTS FROM LOCKN’” and FANS are partnered up with HeadCount‘s nationwide voter registration campaign and Conscious Alliance‘s “Virtual Art That Feeds Food Drive” in hopes of the audience making socially conscious actions throughout the festival. Although the festival is entirely free, the audience is encouraged to donate and register to vote.
“The Light From LOCKN” will be hosting special appearances from friends of the LOCKN’ festival as Andy Falco, David Shaw, Doobie Decibel System, The Infamous Stringdusters, Jack Casady, Keller Williams, The Lil Smokies, Luther Dickinson, Marcus King, Melvin Seals, Moonalice, Nahko, The Suffers, and Warren Haynes.
The festival will include many archived performances from legendary artists as The Allman Brothers Band and The Black Crowes. It will also be featuring performances from Billy & The Kids, Charles Bradley, Zac Brown Incident, Col. Bruce Hampton & Friends w/ Oteil Burbridge, Del McCoury w/Preservation Hall, Fishbone, Furthur ft. Trey Anastasio, Gov’t Mule ft. Ann Wilson, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Hot Tuna, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Keller’s Grateful Gospel, Khruangbin ft. Trey Anastasio, Lettuce, Margo Price, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Revivalists, The Suffers, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Trey Anastasio Band ft. Derek Trucks, Umphrey’s McGee, Vulfpeck, Widespread Panic, and Zac Brown Incident.
There will also be the virtual late-night dance parties mentioned before. These dance parties will including DJ JerrBrother with the hugely popular “Jerry Dance Party,” Andy Frasco’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” (currently in the Top 10 of Pollstar’s Livestream Chart), and wrapping things up with “The Rock and Roll Playhouse Father’s Day Celebration,” which will air Sunday morning. Other highlights of the festival include a special “Photos With Stories” session, chronicling the incredible visual history of LOCKN’ with renowned photographer Jay Blakesberg.
For more information on the “The Light From LOCKN” festival visit Fans website.
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