The third annual Dry Diggings Festival is set to take place on September 2nd and 3rd in Placerville, CA at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. This year's two-day music and lifestyle festival will feature performances by Matisyahu, The Expendables, Barrington Levy, Dilated Peoples, Common Kings, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Sammy J, Orgone, Tomorrows Bad Seeds, and two more headlining acts to be announced on July 7th. The Dry Diggings Festival will also feature an interactive vendor village, onsite camping, and craft beer from Altmont Beer Works and Sierra Nevada.
The current Dry Diggings lineup for 2017 is as follows:
Long Beach Dub Allstars
Tomorrows Bad Seeds
Arden Park Roots
"Our goal for Dry Diggings Festival, is to create a unique event, where everyonefeels welcome. We've built the foundation of the event around a backyard party atmosphere! We have something for everyone: Camping, outdoor activities, beer tasting, incredible music and more," said Dry Diggings founder Jeff Monser. "This year we are also adding a skate competition with judging by professional skaters. We are really excited to expand and grow the Dry Diggings experience!"
An Early Bird ticket pre-sale is now available online at www.drydiggingsfestival.com with a limited number of discounted General Admission and camping packages available while supplies last.
The Dry Diggings Festival is the brainchild of Jeff Monser, founder of the Cali-Roots festival. The two-day music, camping and beer festival takes place at the base of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountain range just 45-miles east of Sacramento and 65-miles west of South Lake Tahoe. The festival set out with a vision of creating a unique music festival experience where fans could come together to enjoy camping, music and some of the finest beers in the region. The festival has played host to some of the names in reggae, rock, and hip-hop including Rebelution, The Dirty Heads, Tribal Seeds, The Expendables, Fortunate Youth, J Boog, Stick Figure and countless others.
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