The latest multi-day music event submitted for your festival calendar will take place in Virginia in early September and feature a lineup including Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Furthur, Zac Brown, The String Cheese Incident and The Black Crowes.
With more acts to be announced, the Interlocken Music Festival makes its debut Sept. 5-8 at Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, Va., approximately 35 miles south of Charlottesville.
The festival is the brainchild of H.O.R.D.E. Festival founder David Frey and Relix Magazine publisher Peter Shapiro, who owned New York City’s Wetlands Preserve and produced U2’s U23D film. The Interlocken founders are promising that the festival will focus on “world class music.”
“Most festivals these days are trying to be everything to everyone – very eclectic with an emphasis on a large number of artists in various genres,” Shapiro said. “With Interlocken, we want to break away from that mold and create something more identifiable and distinct.”