Harrisonburg, Va. – Organizers have announced the full lineup of artists who will perform

at the third annual Red Wing Roots Music Festival, July 10-12, at Natural Chimneys Park in

Mt. Solon, Va. As always, the festival will be hosted by the Shenandoah Valley’s very own

The Steel Wheels and presented by WNRN and South Street Brewery.

“Red Wing aims to provide a beautiful outdoor experience to discover and enjoy great music

with friends and family,” said Trent Wagler, The Steel Wheels’ lead singer and primary

songwriter. “That discovery is what I am most excited about this year. We have some

amazing established acts in the lineup this year, but I want people to come to Red Wing

prepared to walk away with at least two or three favorites they had never heard of before

the weekend.”

The festival will feature 35 bands performing on four different stages, each bringing their

own approach to traditional American musical forms. Headlining acts include Robert Earl

Keen, Punch Brothers, Sara Watkins – Sarah Jarosz – Aoife O’Donovan: 2015 I’m With Her

Tour, The Wood Brothers, Spirit Family Reunion, The Steel Wheels, The Travelin’ McCourys

and Nikki Lane.

The Steel Wheels



In addition to musical performances, the family-friendly festival will offer community

dances, kids activities, food and craft vendors and easy access to the Shenandoah Valley’s

phenomenal outdoor recreation opportunities, including organized bike rides led by the

Shenandoah Bicycle Coalition. The Red Wing Roots Music Festival is an environmentally

aware event, and organizers encourage attendees to use their own reusable beverage

containers. Souvenir steel cups can also be purchased on-site. Drinking water will be

available for free, while craft beer and wine will be sold in the South Street Beer Garden.

The Steel Wheels founded the Red Wing Roots Music Festival in 2013 to bring home to the

Shenandoah Valley the exciting atmosphere they experienced while performing at festivals

all over the country. Natural Chimneys Park is a beautiful location in the heart of the

Shenandoah Valley, near Harrisonburg, Staunton and Charlottesville. In the festival’s first

two years, attendees have been treated to the wealth of national talent performing at Red

Wing as well as numerous local bands from the Valley’s rich musical scene.

Last year’s second Red Wing Roots Music Festival built on the success of the first event,

drawing approximately 2,750 visitors who loved the music, the beauty of the setting, and

the intimate, friendly atmosphere. Determined to keep that atmosphere, organizers are

limiting ticket sales to 3,000 this year. With sales running far ahead of this time last year,

fans are encouraged to buy tickets soon while supplies last. Although Premium RV camping

at Natural Chimneys Park sold out quickly, on-site tent camping passes are still available.


Tickets, full lineup and other information at www.redwingroots.com