Our last batch of band announcements will be released on Tuesday, Feb. 16th, and we can’t wait for you to see ‘em!
Whether you prefer rock, bluegrass, jambands, blues, jazz or folk, we’ve got some awesome new additions in store. The announcement will come two weeks before March 1st, when ticket prices increase across the board.
Rooster Walk 8 will take place over Memorial Day weekend (May 26-29) at Pop’s Farm outside of Martinsville. Lettuce and Sam Bush are the co-headliners of this family friendly event that features on-site camping, food, craft beer, art, crafts, kids activities and the Tuff Strutter 5K, to name a just a few of the attractions.
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the Rooster Walk 8 lineup: Lettuce, the Sam Bush Band, Perpetual Groove, Acoustic Syndicate, Town Mountain, Billy Strings, Naughty Professor and Junto! We aren’t done adding bands yet, so go ahead and grab your tickets today for RW8, a multi-genre, family-friendly festival which will take place over Memorial Day weekend (May 26-29) at the Pop’s Farm in Martinsville, Va.
These bands join a lineup that already includes the Jeff Austin Band, Tab Benoit, Yarn, Major & the Monbacks, After Jack, Lizzy Ross, Sanctum Sully (electric reunion) and Left Hip Pocket. More band additions will be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets to Rooster Walk 8 are now on sale! Many of these tickets (like VIP tickets, and RV passes) are very limited in quantity, so don’t delay. You can learn more about ticket options on this website. The direct link to purchase tickets online is HERE. Tickets are currently available online only.
Rooster Walk 8′s early band lineup includes Jeff Austin Band, Tab Benoit, Yarn, Major & The Monbacks, After Jack, Lizzy Ross, Sanctum Sully (Electric Reunion) and Left Hip Pocket. Festival headliners, as well as many, many more great bands, will be announced soon. RW8 will take place May 26-29, 2016. We hope you’ll spend your Memorial Day weekend with us on Pop’s Farm!
Rooster Walk will feature more than 40 bands of varying genres, plus arts programs, children’s activities, food, craft beer and on-site camping. As part of our nonprofit mission to support music, arts and education in Martinsville-Henry County, a portion of all festival proceeds goes to fund the Penn-Shank Memorial Endowment Scholarship Fund, as well as our new Band Instrument & Repair Program for entry-level band programs in the Martinsville City and Henry County public school systems. For more info, click HERE.