Single Day Tickets Now Available
Music On the Mountaintop has announced a series of workshops curated by festival hosts Railroad Earth during the fifth annual three-day music festival outside of Boone, North Carolina this August 24-26, 2012. Taking place throughout the weekend, the members of Railroad Earth have created a series of interactive workshops designed to compliment the festival and bringing fans closer to their creative process.
Workshops are to include: Zen and the Art of Improvisation featuring Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone, Greensky Bluegrass’ Anders Beck and Railroad Earth’s Andrew Altman; Introduction to Weird Instruments featuring Railroad Earth’s Andy Goessling; Mandolin 101 with Railroad Earth’s John Skehan, Sam Bush and Andy Goessling; and Morning Meditation with Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth.
The weekend of workshops will culminate with an All-Star Jam celebrating the 100th birthday of Woody Guthrie. Joining Railroad Earth in celebrating the music of this legendary folk musician will be the Sam Bush Band, Larry & Natural Bridge and members of Monroeville. Additionally, Monroeville along with the Stoney Creek Boys are the most recent addition to this year’s lineup for Railroad Earth’s Music on the Mountaintop. For a complete look at the lineup and to day-to-day schedule visit www.musiconthemountaintop.com.
Music On the Mountaintop will return for a second year to the Grandfather Campgrounds in Foscoe, North Carolina. The picturesque venue is located approximately ten miles from Boone, North Carolina, providing potable water throughout, several public restrooms and bathhouses, a public store, and plenty of shaded campsites.
Additionally, Railroad Earth’s Music on the Mountaintop will expand to include late night shows on Friday and Saturday, VIP, Summit VIP and all-inclusive ticket options, daily yoga classes, cabin rental options, and a new offsite parking location just miles away.
Tickets are on sale now starting at $99 for the weekend. The price includes three days of music, camping, and an alcohol fee. Daily tickets are also available, for $50 for Friday and Saturday entry and $40 for Sunday. A limited number of pop-up sites are still available, without hook-ups and there is ample camping on a first come, first serve basis. RV camping spots have sold out. Tickets and camping options are available online at www.musiconthemountaintop.com.
Railroad Earth’s Music on the Mountaintop is produced by Yellow Dog Entertainment and hosted by Railroad Earth. Visit www.musiconthemountaintop.com for the most up to date information.