PopMatters is moving to WordPress. We will publish a few essays daily while we develop the new site. We hope the beta will be up sometime late next week.
News

EVENT: 10,000 Lakes Festival Final Lineup Announced - July 22 - 25

EVENT: 10,000 Lakes Festival Final Lineup Announced - July 22 - 25

From the press release... ATMOSPHERE, OZOMATLI ADDED TO MINNESOTA’S LARGEST ROCK FESTIVAL 10,000 LAKES FESTIVAL HOSTS DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, TWO NIGHTS OF WIDESPREAD PANIC, & WILCO ALONG WITH SIXTY OTHER PERFORMERS Tickets Available Now at www.10KLF.com for Midwest’s Premier Music & Camping Festival Held July 22-25 at Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes, MN Detroit Lakes, MN - (April 7, 2009) With summer just around the corner, the 10,000 Lakes Festival has added Atmosphere and Ozomatli to the lineup and will host four nights of music and camping with headlining sets from Dave Matthews Band, two nights of Widespread Panic, and Wilco for the 7th annual event held at the Soo Pass Ranch in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota July 22 – 25. The final artist lineup for the 10,000 Lakes Festival features over sixty acts performing on four stages including: Dave Matthews Band

Widespread Panic (2 nights)

Wilco

Umphrey's McGee

Atmosphere

Ozomatli

Mason Jennings

Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings

Gomez

Railroad Earth

Tea Leaf Green (2 nights)

Steve Kimock Crazy Engine

Cloud Cult

Kathleen Edwards

William Elliott Whitmore

Akron/Family

Todd Snider

Parlor Mob

Pete Francis (of Dispatch) featuring Barefoot Truth

Junior Brown

WookieFoot

Trampled By Turtles

Everyone Orchestra

Pretty Lights

BoomBox

William Elliott Whitmore

Backyard Tire Fire

Pert Near Sandstone

Tim Sparks

The Honeydogs

Kinetix

Harper

Joe Pug

Paper Bird

My Dear Disco

Nathan Miller Band

Gypsy Lumberjacks

Mifune

Steez

Evan Watson

The Ragbirds

The Macpodz

The Hue

Big Gigantic

Enchanted Ape

& more!

Located in Minnesota’s beautiful North Country, the 10,000 Lakes Festival gives attendees an unmatched camping and musical experience. The Soo Pass Ranch’s 500-acre grounds encompass expansive lakes and rolling forests, offering the natural beauty of over one mile of freshwater shoreline and spacious shaded camping. Numerous conveniences including over 100 hot water showers in multiple campgrounds, permanent bathroom facilities and running water stations provide a premium camping atmosphere. Tier 2 General Admission tickets are available at the reduced rate of $169 which includes four nights of music and camping. Upgraded VIP packages are available for $395 that offer a first-class festival experience including catered hot meals, drink tickets, two exclusive VIP Main Stage box seating areas as well as preferred camping located directly behind the Main Stage.

10KLF’s new payment plan option now allows patrons to spread out ticket payments over time without any additional fees. Children ages 6 and under are admitted at no charge with paid parents and children 6 to 11 are half price. Complete festival details including artist information, photos, campground reservations, event activities, and door to door directions (www.10klf.com/gettinghere.php) are available at www.10KLF.com. Tier 2 Festival General Admission tickets, VIP packages and campground reservations are available online at www.10KLF.com, MusicToday Ticketing (http://10000lakestickets.musictoday.com/), TicketMaster.com (http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/49313/) and all TicketMaster locations.

Please Donate to Help Save PopMatters

PopMatters have been informed by our current technology and hosting provider that we have less than a month, until November 6, to move PopMatters off their service or we will be shut down. We are moving to WordPress and a new host, but we really need your help to save the site.


Music

Books

Film

Recent
Music

Laura Veirs Talks to Herself on 'My Echo'

The thematic connections between these 10 Laura Veirs songs and our current situation are somewhat coincidental, or maybe just the result of kismet or karmic or something in the zeitgeist.

Film

15 Classic Horror Films That Just Won't Die

Those lucky enough to be warped by these 15 classic horror films, now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection and Kino Lorber, never got over them.

Music

Sixteen Years Later Wayne Payne Follows Up His Debut

Waylon Payne details a journey from addiction to redemption on Blue Eyes, The Harlot, The Queer, The Pusher & Me, his first album since his 2004 debut.

Music

Every Song on the Phoenix Foundation's 'Friend Ship' Is a Stand-Out

Friend Ship is the Phoenix Foundation's most personal work and also their most engaging since their 2010 classic, Buffalo.

Music

Kevin Morby Gets Back to Basics on 'Sundowner'

On Sundowner, Kevin Morby sings of valleys, broken stars, pale nights, and the midwestern American sun. Most of the time, he's alone with his guitar and a haunting mellotron.

Music

Lydia Loveless Creates Her Most Personal Album with 'Daughter'

Given the turmoil of the era, you might expect Lydia Loveless to lean into the anger, amplifying the electric guitar side of her cowpunk. Instead, she created a personal record with a full range of moods, still full of her typical wit.

Music

Flowers for Hermes: An Interview with Performing Activist André De Shields

From creating the title role in The Wiz to winning an Emmy for Ain't Misbehavin', André De Shields reflects on his roles in more than four decades of iconic musicals, including the GRAMMY and Tony Award-winning Hadestown.

Film

The 13 Greatest Horror Directors of All Time

In honor of Halloween, here are 13 fascinating fright mavens who've made scary movies that much more meaningful.

Music

British Jazz and Soul Artists Interpret the Classics on '​Blue Note Re:imagined'

Blue Note Re:imagined provides an entrance for new audiences to hear what's going on in British jazz today as well as to go back to the past and enjoy old glories.

Film

Bill Murray and Rashida Jones Add Another Shot to 'On the Rocks'

Sofia Coppola's domestic malaise comedy On the Rocks doesn't drown in its sorrows -- it simply pours another round, to which we raise our glass.

Music

​Patrick Cowley Remade Funk and Disco on 'Some Funkettes'

Patrick Cowley's Some Funkettes sports instrumental renditions from between 1975-1977 of songs previously made popular by Donna Summer, Herbie Hancock, the Temptations, and others.

Music

The Top 10 Definitive Breakup Albums

When you feel bombarded with overpriced consumerism disguised as love, here are ten albums that look at love's hangover.

Music

Dustin Laurenzi's Natural Language Digs Deep Into the Jazz Quartet Format with 'A Time and a Place'

Restless tenor saxophonist Dustin Laurenzi runs his four-piece combo through some thrilling jazz excursions on a fascinating new album, A Time and a Place.

Television

How 'Watchmen' and 'The Boys' Deconstruct American Fascism

Superhero media has a history of critiquing the dark side of power, hero worship, and vigilantism, but none have done so as radically as Watchmen and The Boys.

Music

Floodlights' 'From a View' Is Classicist Antipodal Indie Guitar Pop

Aussie indie rockers, Floodlights' debut From a View is a very cleanly, crisply-produced and mixed collection of shambolic, do-it-yourself indie guitar music.

Music

CF Watkins Embraces a Cool, Sophisticated Twang on 'Babygirl'

CF Watkins has pulled off the unique trick of creating an album that is imbued with the warmth of the American South as well as the urban sophistication of New York.

Music

Helena Deland Suggests Imagination Is More Rewarding Than Reality on 'Something New'

Canadian singer-songwriter Helena Deland's first full-length release Someone New reveals her considerable creative talents.

Music

While the Sun Shines: An Interview with Composer Joe Wong

Joe Wong, the composer behind Netflix's Russian Doll and Master of None, articulates personal grief and grappling with artistic fulfillment into a sweeping debut album.


Reviews
Collapse Expand Reviews



Features
Collapse Expand Features

PM Picks
Collapse Expand Pm Picks

© 1999-2020 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters is wholly independent, women-owned and operated.