Mickey Hart Band Added to Hoxeyville Festival, Joins Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers Aug 17 – 19

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July 25, 2012 – Wellston, MI – The Mickey Hart Band has been announced as an addition to the 10th annual Hoxeyville Festival, held August 17-19 at the Manistee National Forest in Wellston, Michigan.

Mickey Hart is best known for his nearly three decades as an integral part of the Grateful Dead. As half of the percussion tandem known as the Rhythm Devils, Mickey and Bill Kreutzmann, who’s band, 7 Walkers also perform at Hoxeyville this year, transcended the conventions of rock drumming.

Having just confirmed fellow headliner, Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers, the full lineup for the 2012 event includes:

Bruce Hornsby & the Noismakers
Mickey Hart Band
7 Walkers
Greensky Bluegrass (2 sets)
Boombox
Little Frank & the Premiers
Van Ghost
Strange Arrangement
The Cosby Sweater
Rachael Davis
Seth Bernard & May Erlewine
Airborne or Aquatic
The Go Rounds
Earthwork Women (Rachael Davis, May Erlewine, Dede Alderman, Andrea Moreno-Beals , Darlene, Jen Sygit & Lindsay Lou)
Paul Hoffman & Seth Bernard
Abbey Road performed by Red Sea Pedestrians & Corn Fed Girls
Joshua Davis
The Twin Cats
The Crane Wives
Luke Winslow King
The Ragbirds
The Macpodz
UV Hippo
Naive Melodies Play The Talking Heads
Garret Borns
Rootstand
Jen Sygit & Sam Corbin
Dragon Wagon
The Fauxgrass Quartet
Gifts or Creatures
Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys
Jake Allen Band
Nicholas James & The Bandwagon

For the first time, Hoxeyville presents a ‘Silent Disco’, featuring The Cosby Sweater, DJ Dominate and DJ Seismic, where fans can rent wireless headphones and enjoy a late night scene like no other.

Nestled in the heart of Northwest Michigan’s Manistee National Forest, Hoxeyville is a testament to pure North Country peace as well as a good ol’ down home hootenanny. Bringing together some of the most talented artists in Michigan and beyond, the 10th annual Hoxeyville promises to be one for the record books.

Keeping with its founders’ original intent, the Hoxeyville Music Festival offers attendees an intimate musical experience among natural wooded beauty featuring the privacy of its spacious 20’ x 30’ wooded campsites and a fan-friendly attendance capacity of 5000. The festival’s 85-acre vast campgrounds offer enough room for everyone to camp and live just a short walk to the concert grounds.

As in years past, the festival site also features a disc golf course with a glow course, a variety of VIP and quiet camping options, a vendor village and a beer tent with some of the finest regional brews. Complete festival details are available at www.hoxeyville.com