The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival Festival 2019 Offers Up Daily Lineup Schedule and Epic Collaborations

Feature photograph by kind permission of PhatRob

With so much yes already going on with 2019’s Werk Out Music & Arts Festival, there are a few must-see collaborations on tap that will only aggravate bad cases of FOMO. But don’t fret. The daily schedule is out along with a limited number of single-day tickets to help plan your days at the fest to be held August 1-3 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio.

The Werks. Photo Credit: Mandi Nulph

Now in its 10th year, the festival kicks off on Thursday, getting things warmed up for a weekend of mind-boggling performances that include Pink Floyd’s The Wall featuring members of Papadosio, Dopapod and host band The Werks. Friday features Tribute To Queen, which includes members of Turkuaz, Papadosio, Dopapod, The Motet, and The Werks. Saturday explodes with several epic collaborations including The Trancident, featuring The String Cheese Incident‘s Jason Hann, Michael Travis, Kyle Hollingsworth and Michael Kang; The Trifinity featuring Yheti, Toadface and Mt. Analogue; and Norman’s Big Dam Jam, featuring Johnny Neel (The Allman Brothers), Todd Stoops (RAQ), Dino Dimitrouleas and other members of The Werks.

Les Claypool. Photo Credit: Rob Roane

Curated by The Werks, this year’s lineup also includes some heavy hitters on the festival scene including the Clayool Lennon Delirium, STS9, Matisyahu, Steele Pulse, Big Gigantic, Manic Focus Live Band, Cory Wong (of Vulfpeck), Susquabi, The Floozies, Opiou, Turkuaz, The Motet, Twiddle and more. The stellar undercard is not too shabby, either, with more Melvin Seals & JGB, Earthcry, The Joe Marcinek Band (featuring Alan Evans of Soulive, Steve Moltiz of Particle, and Freekbass), The Kyle Hollingsworth Band and many more.

Posted by The Werk Out Music and Arts Festival on Monday, June 10, 2019

Started in 2010, The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival maintains a loyal fan base who have made the annual pilgrimage to the event to revel in a unique community notorious for forming life-long bonds. Without backing from mega-investors, the festival has grown in size, diversity and legend, holding a special place in the greater Columbus community that has thrown its arms wide open to accept fans from far and wide.

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