Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg, City and Colour, More to Play Live on the Green 2014

LiveOnTheGreen2014

The 2014 Live on the Green lineup has just been announced, and man is it a doozy. As we previously told you, this year’s installment of the free Thursday night live music series in Public Square Park will change format just a bit, forgoing the traditional six-week timeframe in favor of four weeks, with an epic three-day festival set to close out the season. LOTG will kick off August 14, and will expand an extra city block this time around. As always, it’s all ages and free to the public, although upgraded VIP options are available to purchase. Plenty of food and beer vendors will be on site, and, as with years past, it appears that three bands will perform each week (with four performing on the final Friday and five on Saturday).

Here’s the excellent mix of local and national acts you can expect to see so far this season (more announcements will arrive in the coming weeks):

AUG. 14: City and Colour
w/ The Weeks, Spanish Gold

AUG. 21: The Head and the Heart
w/ Wild Cub, Goodbye June

AUG. 28: Headliner TBA
w/ The Features, All Them Witches

SEPT. 4: Cage the Elephant
w/ Delta Spirt, Johnnyswim

SEPT. 5: G. Love & Special Sauce & The Wild Feathers
w/ Augustana, Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes

SEPT. 6: Jake Bugg & Ingrid Michaelson
w/ The Lone Bellow, Sugar and the Hi-Lows, Phin

More from Live on the Green | Site | Facebook | Twitter

1 comment

  1. Pretty sure Jake was disappointed to play for a bunch of ignorant asses from TN. It was apparent on Buggs’ face by the disrespectful crowd of morons who also insisted on pushing their way through an already packed crowd that these idiots just ‘didn’t get it’ !
    Also, why the hell was a ‘Staffer’ playing guitar and where the hell was the real bass player? Jakes band is a 3-piece and should definitly stay that way, IMO.
    Skip TN the next time around and play for a crowd who really digs your music, Jake. These prawns are too complacent.

    Reply

Have your say