Candler Park Music and Food Festival returns this summer, with a food and artist market and, of course, live music taking place on Fri., June 1 and Sat., June 2.
Southern jam band Gov’t Mule – the funky side project of the Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody – and Boston’s jazz-funk outfit Lettuce will head the nine-act lineup on the Candler Park stage.
Busty and the Bass will serve up some soul, contrasted by folkier sets from alt-country five-piece Susto, Indiana’s Houndmouth, sister duo Larkin Poe and Keller Williams’ Tom Petty-inspired project, Pettygrass. Jam bands like neighborhood favorite Webster, playing their 10th consecutive Candler Park festival, and Vermont’s jam band Twiddle round out the rock-driven lineup.
Previously known as the Midsummer Music & Food Festival, 2018 marks the 10th edition of Candler Park’s fest. Tickets for the two-day event are $25 for general admission (all ages), $60 for VIP (21+).