Green River Festival Announces Full 2024 Lineup
Single-Day and 2-Day Passes plus Camping, Parking, and VIP Add-Ons on sale Friday, January 26 at 10am
Franklin County Fairgrounds | Greenfield, MA | June 21, 22, 23, 2024
3-Day Passes Available Now at greenriverfestival.com
The Green River Festival has announced the full daily lineup for the 2024 iteration of the festival which returns to the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Greenfield, MA on June 21, 22, and 23 for its 38th year.
Previously-announced headliners CAKE, Fleet Foxes, and Gregory Alan Isakov will be joined by a diverse lineup of international touring artists, searing indie-rock bands, rising Americana stars, and artists with local roots. Some highlights include the high energy soul-pop band Lawrence, Florida indie-rockers flipturn; singer/songwriter Joy Oladakun, a black, queer person and first-generation child of Nigerian immigrants,; Appalachian folk and country artist Josiah and the Bonnevilles; Grammy nominated folk supergroup Bonny Light Horseman; Afro-Cuban rockstar Cimafunk; Ukrainian “ethno-chaos” quartet Dakhabrakha; indie-pop sister trio Joseph; upstate New York’s melodic rock band The Nude Party; Mexican “Cumbia Punk” from Son Rompe Pera; powerful female trio Trousdale; Philly indie-rock quartet Speedy Ortiz; folk singer Willi Carlisle, whose new album Critterland will be released on Signature Sounds Recordings this Friday; and many more across four stages over the three days of the festival.
Single-Day and 2-Day Festival Passes plus Camping, Parking, and VIP Passes go on sale this Friday, January 26 at 10am. 3-Day Passes are available now at greenriverfestival.com.
Named one of “fifty essential summer music festivals” by The New York Times, the Green River Festival is Western Massachusetts’ signature summer event. The festival is a spectacular celebration of music and community: a world-class lineup of over 40 acts on four stages, the best in local food, beer and wine, handmade juried crafts at The Makers Market, a wide array of kid’s activities, and camping. NPR recently wrote, “The Green River Festival lineup gets more legendary by the year.”