The All IN Music & Arts Festival, a new event coming Labor Day weekend to the Indiana State Fairgrounds, announced its full daily lineups on Tuesday.
Rockers Daryl Hall & John Oates and Portugal. The Man will headline Sept. 3, with Cage the Elephant, John Fogerty and Death Cab for Cutie leading the Sept. 4 bill.
Saturday will also feature a "Dreamset" of Allman Brothers Band covers from various musicians, while a similar set on Sunday will feature Tom Petty's music.
Single-day tickets are currently available through the festival website, allinfestival.com/tickets, for $99.50, which will increase to $109.50 on July 19. Full weekend passes are $159.50. Camping options and parking are also still available.
The festival was organized by several experienced local promoters, including the founders of what is now Ruoff Music Center. They are calling All IN "the largest multi-day festival lineup in Indy's history."
Here is the full lineup breakdown for each day:
Saturday features Hall & Oates, Trampled by Turtles and more
Daryl Hall & John Oates
Portugal. The Man
The Allman Brothers Band Dreamset starring Duane Betts, John “JOJO” Hermann ofWidespread Panic and many more
Trampled By Turtles
Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs
The Four Tops
The Driver Era
The Rob Dixon Trio
Sunday brings Death Cab, John Fogerty, Cage the Elephant
Cage The Elephant
Death Cab For Cutie
The Tom Petty Dreamset starring Dawes and many more
Lucinda Williams and Her Band
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Rory Appleton is the pop culture reporter at IndyStar. Contact him at 317-552-9044 and email@example.com, or follow him on Twitter at @RoryDoesPhonics.
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