It’s All Good in the Mountain State


All Good has returned to its rightful place in the hills of West Virginia after moving to a different venue in Ohio and taking a year hiatus. This jam-heavy festival has that down-home West Virginia feel with its (relatively) small crowd and cozy mountain venue in Summit Point.



I’ve been waiting for Cake to come to West Virginia since the band’s Mountain Stage performance, and singing along to “Short Skirt / Long Jacket” was just as fun as I had expected it to be.


Delving into the mind of Les Claypool via a Primus set is exactly as weird as expected. Nasty guitar and bass riffs accompanied by Salad Fingers flashing on screen make for a weird and entertaining festival performance.


Like jam bands and awesome lights? Sound Tribe will not disappoint. This band can go all night without coming up for a breath and keeps the crowd dancing.

Thievery Corporation

This Washington D.C. musical troupe killed it at Wakarusa and brought the same energy at All Good, with all the funk-a-delic vibes a dirty festie could ask for.

Keller Williams

I was not expecting to be impressed by Keller Williams, but I was pleasantly surprised by his one-man-band show.

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