The Huichica Festival, which is brought to you by the (((folkYEAH!))) folks, is back for a third year in the Hudson Valley, happening August 24-26 at Chaseholm Farm in Pine Plains, NY. This year's lineup includes Amen Dunes, Allah-Las, Bettye Lavette, Vetiver performing Thing of the Past in full, Mercury Rev performing an "improvised soundtrack," plus Robyn Hitchcock, the first Espers show since 2009, Ryley Walker, Here Lies Man and more. Festival passes are on sale now.

Huichica West happens June 8 & 9 at Gundlach Bundschu Winery in Sonoma, CA and its lineup includes Wooden Shjips, Jonathan Richman, White Fence, King Tuff, Vetiver playing Thing of the Past, Iceage, Acetone, Steve Gunn, Linda Perhacs, Hand Habits, Cut Worms, Mary Lattimore, and more. Tickets are on sale and full lineup is listed below.

Meanwhile, Allah-Las will play a couple other NYC-area shows while on the East Coast for Huichica: August 22 at Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park, NJ and August 24 at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City. Tickets for Asbury Lanes and White Eagle Hall go on sale Friday, April 13 at 10 AM with presales for Asbury Lanes beginning Wednesday (4/11) at 10 AM.



Huichica East Lineup
Bettye Lavette
Circles Around The Sun
Mercury Rev (Performing A Live Improvised Film Soundtrack)
Hailu Mergia
Amen Dunes
Robyn Hitchcock
Vetiver Plays "Thing Of The Past"
Alex Bleeker & Friends
Ryley Walker
Here Lies Man
Mail The Horse
Robert Earl Thomas
Pearl Charles
Driftwood Solider


Huichica West Lineup
Wooden Shjips
Jonathan Richman
Fruit Bats Huichica Jam w/ Surprise Guests
White Fence
King Tuff
Vetiver Plays "Thing Of The Past"
Bitchin Bajas
Rodrigo Amarante
Howlin Rain
Steve Gunn
Linda Perhacs
The Fresh & Onlys
Shannon Lay
Sonny Smith
Once & Future Band
Hand Habits
Cut Worms
Kyle Craft
Lia Ices
Chris Cohen
Amo//Amo (Omar Velasco)
Cosmic Twang
Extra Classic
Credit Electric
Springtime Carnivore
Mary Lattimore
The Deep Dark Woods
Cocker Power - A Tribute to Joe Cocker
Leon Russell and the Mad Dogs and Englishmen Tour
Calvin Keys plays "Shawn-Neeq"

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