Pavilion at Montage Mountain | Scranton, Pennsylvania
Celebrating 10 years of live music! The Peach Music Festival comes to Pavilion at Montage Mountain from Thursday, June 30th, to Sunday, July 3rd, 2022. Get your 4-Day Pass right here! The celebrations will mark 10 years of live music from the Allman Brothers Band-founded festival, that has quickly evolved into one of the most highly-anticipated summer musical events in the country for the extended jam band scene. In addition to the four days of live music with over 50 artists, this The Peach features food and craft vendors on the grounds and access to the scenic Montage Mountain Ski Resort’s large water park.
The 10th-anniversary celebration of The Peach will feature headliners Trey Anastasio Band, The Black Crowes, Billy Strings, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Goose, The Revivalists, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, and the reunion of The Word (featuring John Medeski, Luther and Cody Dickinson, and Ray Ray Holloman).
Steel Pulse, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening, G. Love & The Juice, Rayland Baxter, The Wailers performing Bob Marley’s Legend, Ripe, Keller Williams, Doom Flamingo, TAUK, Andy Frasco & The U.N., Celisse, The Motet, Marco Benevento, Star Kitchen, Karina Rykman, The Nth Power featuring Jennifer Hartswick, The Bogie Band featuring Joe Russo, Samantha Fish, Spaga, Hannah Wicklund, Lacuna (Holly Bowling and Tom Hamilton), Eric Krasno & The Assembly and Brandon “Taz” Niederauer & Friends.
In addition, Dogs In A Pile, Kitchen Dwellers, Maggie Rose, The Shady Recruits, Eggy, Little Stranger, Yam Yam, The Wild Feathers, JD Simo, Cordovas, Consider The Source, Midnight North, JB Strauss, Gabriel Kelley, Sicard Hollow, Daniel Donato, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Wax Owls, The Jauntee, Great Time, GA-20, Cycles, Pixie & The Partygrass Boys, Miss Mojo, Mezcalero Sound Hole, Muskrat Lightning, and Dry Reef will hit the stage at the event. Additional artists are due to be announced as the event approaches.
The Peach Music Festival has quickly become one of the most popular summer music events in the north. Founded by the Allman Brothers Band in 2012, the festival brings in some amazing artists in alternative rock, folk, blues, country, and more. There’s something for everyone here, no matter what genre of music you prefer. The entire festival takes place outdoors and is perfect for nature lovers, not to mention the backdrop of the mountain and all the fresh air will have you feeling great and sleeping well all night. There are two stages, the Peach Stage and the smaller Mushroom Stage, which is inside the water park, where you can enjoy the live music while floating down the lazy river or head to the larger Peach Stage and join the crowd who will no doubt be dancing.
Located at the base of Montage Mountain, the scenery is breathtaking, and the outdoor amphitheater provides a stunning backdrop to enjoy the music. The ski resort nearby is transformed into a water park, and those with tickets to the festival can enjoy unlimited access to cool off in the water or try the zip-lines. The festival is perfect for those who enjoy camping, with sites for RVers and campers alike. Free shuttles provide easy transportation to and from the event for those who are camping or parking off-site.
The Peach Music Festival offers a variety of vendors on site selling food and drinks. You will encounter plenty of vendors offering food from local farmers markets to carnival type foods. Drinks will be available for purchase, including soft drinks, microbrews, mixed drinks, and more. Multiple ATMs are set up around the camping and festival grounds in case you need cash, although most vendors do accept credit cards.
Summer in Scranton is often quite hot and sunny. There isn’t a lot of shade either, so bringing something to protect you from the sun will make your experience much better. Average highs are in the low 70s, but temperatures can get to the mid-80s. Precipitation is quite high in the summer months, so make sure to prepare for rain. Nighttime lows usually reach the upper 50s.
Other 2021 Peach performers included Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Blackberry Smoke, String Cheese Incident, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Moe., Twiddle, Umphrey’s McGee, the Wild Feathers, Nicole Atkins, Ida Mae, Oteil & Friends, Doom Flamingo, The Wild Feathers, Cordovas, Spafford, Dopapod, Keller Williams, Neal Francis, Andy Frasco & The U.N., TAUK, Aqueous, Ghost Light, Ballyhoo!, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, The Nth Power featuring Jennifer Hartswick, Kitchen Dwellers, The Shady Recruits, Celisse, Magnolia Boulevard, Neighbor, Mikaela Davis, Thumpasaurus, Magic Beans, Los Colognes, Karina Rykman, Nick Perri & The Underground Thieves, Blind Boys of Alabama, CBDB, Yak Attack, Funk You, Keznamdi, The Fritz, Eggy, Dizgo, Gabriel Kelley, Serene Green, Yam Yam, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Great Peacock, Ida Mae, New Madrid, Mike Love, Chris Roberts, Sicard Hollow, and JB Strauss.
As soon as the 2022 lineup is announced, it will be posted here.