Touch of Brews Festival Plots 2024 Return, with Vince Herman, Nicki Bluhm, The Stolen Faces, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz and More

July 9, 2024
Touch of Brews Festival Plots 2024 Return, with Vince Herman, Nicki Bluhm, The Stolen Faces, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz and More

After three successful stagings, Touch of Brews Festival is plotting a return for its fourth annual event this fall. On Sept. 27 and 28 at Nashville, Tenn.’s Sevier Park, Rhizome Productions and Terrapin Beer Company will once again join forces to present a weekend celebrating the spirit of the Grateful Dead. In two days of heady programming, fans can expect top-tier craft beers and live performances from jam scene figureheads like Vince Herman, The Stolen Faces, David Gans and many more.

This year’s festivities will commence on Friday, Sept. 27 with an evening of extraordinary local and national talent, positive vibes, and quality catering. First to grace the Touch of Brews stage will be Herman–renowned for work with Leftover Salmon and High Hawks–who will run through a stirring solo set before a sit-in with Music City’s very own Stolen Faces, who will round out the weekend’s first evening of music.

Day two of the festival will kick off with a family-oriented rock experience from The Rock and Roll Playhouse, which will present the music of Phish to set the stage for a full day of entertainment and start a new generation of jam fans young. A remarkable lineup of musicians will take the stage all day long and into the night on Saturday, including a Tie Dye Jam from the Deadbeat Rhythm Section, a duo performance between Phil Lesh & Friends’ Nicki Bluhm and Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz of ALO, and a Nashville is Dead superset from the all-star ensemble of Bluhm, Lebo, Mike Miz, Peter Levin, Christian Grizzard and many more special guests. Lebo and Gans–host of The Grateful Dead Hour, among other high-profile jam ventures–will serve as the festival’s artists at large.

In addition to countless impressive musical acts, the festival will also offer a Kids Zone, as well as numerous food and beverages from various vendors. In anticipation of the festival, Rhizome Productions has offered in a statement, “The beauty of that Grateful Dead spirit is that it’s steeped in love and inclusion and integral to our event. So, yes, bring the dogs! Bring the kids!”

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