GREENVILLE — The Moosehead Music Festival is a go from July 23 to 25 on the shores of Moosehead Lake, featuring all Maine-based bands.

The multi-day event will showcase the performances of eight “Americana Bands.” On the 24th and 25th, bands will play outside, along the shores of Moosehead Lake. At night, local establishments will feature a variety of local musicians. Performances by the Don Campbell Band, David Mallett, the Mallett Brothers Band, the Boneheads, Denny Breau, Bishop Avenue, Black Cat Road, and Chris Poulson and The Social Club will be featured at the open-air, lakefront venue.

The concert venue will include food trucks and liquid refreshments can be purchased on site. No coolers will be allowed in the venue. Concert goers should plan to bring their own lawn chairs. The event will follow all existing state COVID-19 safety protocols.

Tickets cost $25 for single day and $40 for a two-day pass, for tickets and a full schedule of events, visit mooseheadmusicfestival.com.

Questions should be directed to the Moosehead Music Festival Facebook page or call Steve Levesque at 207-841-9955.

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