3/11 - Dr. Dog
3/14 - Robert Randolph and the Family Band
3/28-3/30 - McDowell Mountain Music Festival
3/28 - Lettuce
3/29 - Allen Stone
4/10 - Jon Batiste and Stay Human
4/12 - Bruce Springsteen
4/30 - Local Natives
5/1 - Arcade Fire
5/3 - Mogwai
5/9-5/11 - Shaky Knees Festival
5/13 - Portugal. The Man
5/24 - Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn
6/12-6/15 - Bonnaroo
7/25-7/27 - Newport Folk Fest
3/17 The Body 3/21 Pusha-T/2 Chainz 3/28-30 Big Ears Festival 4/4 Kraftwerk 3-D 4/11-13 Coachella 5/2 The Men/Nude Beach 5/14 Jenny Hval/Swans 5/20 Ulcerate/Inter Arma 6/12-15 Bonnaroo 7/18-20 Forecastle 9/4-6 Hopscotch Music Festival
Just got to newport!!! now we just have to wait for the folk!
Go to the Mooring and have the scallops!! Catch a sail for 35$ each. Go to second beach. Check out the mansions via cliff walk. If there is a party going on - go thru the shrubs, jump the fence, and blend as long as you can.
Limited edition keepsakes will be given to the first 1,000 attendees to enter the gates
For those who plan to drive to the concert, parking lots at Fort Adams open at 2:00 pm. Fort Shuttle bus service between the parking areas and the entrance gates will run from 3:00 pm – 10:30 pm. There is a $15 charge for parking beginning at 2:00 pm. Advance parking may be purchased for $ 12 online at www.newportfolkfest.net/wilco/.
The gates will open at 4:00 pm for the concert and the music starts at 5:00 pm, rain or shine. Seating for this event is general admission on the North Lawn. Patrons should bring blankets or low-backed lawn chairs for seating. The Quad will not be open for this event.
Food and beverages will be sold by vendors inside the festival grounds. Beer & wine will be available in the Food & Beverage Garden on the Pier from 4:00 pm – 8:30 pm. (Limited capacity). No pets, glass or alcohol can be brought in to the park. Small coolers are allowed at the event, but will be checked for glass and alcohol.
The concert ends at 9:30 pm. Expect traffic on Harrison Avenue on Friday afternoon between 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm and again from 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm.
Awesome, I thought all shows ended at 8:00. We may be in for a bit of a soggy weekend; I'll take it. I'ma dance in the rain with beautiful people!
...And we're off in about 30 minutes. Everyone travel safely and don't forget your tickets! So excite. ;D
We may be in for a bit of a soggy weekend; I'll take it. I'ma dance in the rain with beautiful people!
Dancing in the rain = HEAVENNNN I'll be right there dancing with you, my Bun Bun! Bun Bun and Bon Bon reunited after our last dance at Unchained!
Of course this is New England, and for those of you traveling and unfamiliar with our weather... it is forreeevverrrr changing. There is a saying, "If you don't like the weather in New England, just wait an hour." For example, this past Tuesday... It was thunderstorms in the morning and it said it was supposed to be scattered thundershowers all day hitting 60-70% chance at times. By noonish, not only did blue skies come out, but the chance of rain dropped to 20% for the rest of the day. I had a patio shift at my second job that night and had to go in. I get there and twenty minutes later there is a "severe storm watch" and the radar showed the storm to be about 40 minutes out. We close up shop- move guests inside, take down umbrellas.... and guess what? It never even rained. That's our weather for ya.
Delightful high pressure from Canada will move toward us today. A warm front will move into the region tomorrow followed by a cold front Friday that will stall near the coast.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and comfy. Highs 82-84.
Wednesday Night: Clear and pleasant. Lows 58-63.
Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds...showers or thunderstorms possible. Highs low 80s. Friday: Clouds and sun and humid...showers or thunderstorms likely. Highs mid 80s. Saturday: Partly sunny with showers or thunderstorms possible. Highs near 80. Sunday: Partly sunny...showers possible. Highs low 80s. Monday: A mix of sun and clouds. Highs low to mid 80s. Tuesday: Sun and clouds...afternoon thunderstorms possible. Highs mid 80s.