If you love a little bit of camping and good vibes and a whole lot of southern rock music, plan a trip to the The Peach Music Festival happening in Scranton, Pennsylvania this summer.
The Allman Brothers
Nobody did “southern rock” until the Allman Brothers band came around in the 1970’s. They effortlessly fused together popular sounds like rock and roll, blues, jazz and country.
In 2012, they founded The Peach Music Festival together, where they invited people from all over the United States to link up for a weekend filled with good company and great music similar to their own style.
With a brief pause in the annual festival- due to Coronavirus in 2020- the fun is back on in full force this summer.
Peach Music Festival
It’s a 4-day music festival where you can expect to rock out, drink up, camp on grounds and even enjoy a waterpark (when you purchase a 4 day pass).
Over the 4-day period you will enjoy music from over 50 different bands including:
- The String Cheese Incident
- John Russo’s Almost Dead
- Warren Haynes
- Umphrey’s Mcgee
- Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
- Oteil & Friends
- Dark Star Orchestra
- Blackberry Smoke
- Doom Flamingo
- The Allman Betts Band (founded by the son’s of the Allman Brothers Band)
What else is at the festival?
The festival has pretty much everything you need. Microbrew? Check. Festival food? Check. Music? Check check. There are even free water stations for you to refill your bottles at, phone charging stations, on-site ATMs, a first aid center and did we mention the water park?
Plus, this years festival takes place on 4th of July weekend. So, each night will end with a special firework display.
Find out more about the event and ticket information on the Peach Music Festival website.
If you plan to purchase tickets to the music festival but you do not wish to camp on site, we can help you with finding nearby hotel accommodations. Click here. Or, go to Hotelcoupons.com and type in Scranton, PA in the search bar.