Today, Suwannee Hulaween dropped the expansive lineup of massive talent who will join them at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Fla., to celebrate a decade of art, music, dancing and community on Oct. 26 through 29, 2023.
The premier event’s top-billing acts comfortably sit at the pinnacle of their respective genres, with appearances from The String Cheese Incident, Trey Anastasio Band, Goose, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, Mt. Joy and Dispatch representing the improvisational jamband and rock scenes; Pretty Lights, who announced his return today, Channel Tres, John Summit, Big Wild, and Elderbrook grooving with their respective approaches to dance music and production along with preeminent rapper Smino dishing out lyricisms and hip-hop beats.
“The festival and concert industry landscape continues to be bought up and homogenized by the majors, so staying the course as true independents and surviving through all of the highs and lows we’ve endured to this milestone 10 year anniversary, is incredible,” said Michael Berg, Co-Founder, Brand Manager, and Talent Buyer for Hulaween in a statement. “We think back fondly of all the people who have been part of the Hula journey with us, and how the team continues to learn and grow to elevate the experience and lineup every year. We’ve proudly stayed true to this community and culture we are servicing and hope to keep doing that for at least another 10!”
The 10-year anniversary celebration will also welcome performances from a melange of acts, all of who have the joy of dishing out quality and unifying sound out in common, including Altın Gün, Apashe, Blond:ish, Domi and JD Beck, Lettuce, Maic Focus, The Dip, Ghost Note, Kitchen Dwellers, Melt, Moore Kismet, Boogie T, Blue DeTiger and many, many more.
Tickets for Suwannee Hulaween are on sale now and can be found here.