The Rams Head Group announced today the addition of singer/songwriter Eric Hutchinson to the 2014 Silopanna Music Festival, taking place Saturday August 16 at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Annapolis, Md. The lineup for the festival is now complete.
“Eric Hutchinson has played at each of our venues – Rams Head On Stage, Rams Head Live and Pier Six Pavilion – multiple times at different stages in his career,” said Brandon Linton, marketing director. “We’re very excited to welcome Eric to the Silopanna stage and celebrate his nation-wide success right here in Maryland where it all began.”
Silopanna 2014 also includes national recording artists: The Flaming Lips, Dashboard Confessional, Matt & Kim, Sleeper Agent, Hellogoodbye, Chappo, Twin Forks and Damn Right! Local & regional bands round out the rest of the billing: Jimmies Chicken Shack, Pasadena, Sweet Leda, Higher Hands, Sun Club, Little Bird, The Baby Grand and Skribe. In the interest of encouraging young musicians to develop their craft, Rams Head will once again welcome School of Rock performers, as well as Brothers Clair from the annual Anne Arundel County Battle of the Bands to open the festival.
General Admission tickets are available for $59.50 through August 1. They will then increase to $69.50. VIP passes are available for $150 through August 1. They will then increase to $175.
VIP ticket holders will be treated to preferred parking, exclusive entrance, Soda, Beer and Wine included at VIP stations, Private Cash Bar, Dinner Buffet, Private Air-Conditioned Bathrooms, Festival T-shirt and Commemorative Poster, Shaded VIP Tent/ Lounge Area, Reserved Viewing Areas at Main Stage, and Reserved Viewing Area, VIP Beverage Station and Port-a-Johns at 2nd Stage.
Fans can sign up for news alerts at www.silopannafestival.com and keep up with all of the latest updates by following @silopannafest on Twitter, @silopannafest on Instagram and liking Silopanna on Facebook (www.facebook.com/silopannafest).
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|October 4||Cowboy Junkies|
|October 5||Melody Gardot at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts|
|October 7||Shemekia Copeland|
|October 8||Bret Michaels|