Now in its second year, the festival plays host to Soulive, Cracker, Chris Whitley, Gibb Droll, Project Object with Ike Willis, Joe Bonamassa, Ulu, Donna The Buffalo, Melissa Ferrick,The Wailers, and of course, moe. Expect more groups to be announced in the near future.

A fusion of all things jam worthy – blues-rock, country-rock, jazz, bluegrass, and funk – moe. embody the essence of jam.

Formed 10 years ago in Buffalo, N.Y., the fivesome toured consistently in the ‘90s, staying east of the Rockies for the most part, since that’s where their grassroots fanbase took hold. Now they tour the States thoroughly and often, enticing fans to outdoor concerts in the summer and packing theatres in the colder months.

Moe.’s latest album, Dither, was released earlier this year on the group’s own Fatboy Records.