Woodystock Festival Returns to the High Desert Oct. 1-2, 2016


Saturday, October 1 & Sunday, October 2 /Music Starts 11AM  Daily

Staking it’s claim as the largest yearly original blues and rock music event in the SoCal High Desert, the Woodystock Rock ‘N’ Blues Festival is back for it’s fourth big year, taking place Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2, at Woodardville Ranch, (end of Chicago Rd.), in Apple Valley. Music start at 11 am each day. Tickets $20.00 per day in advance, $25.00 at the gate/day of show; 2-day tickets $35.00 in advance, $40.00 at the gate/day of show. Camping tickets $10.00 per night/per vehicle. Kids 12 and under, free. Tickets/info.: (760) 963-4994 or: http://www.woodystockblues.com/. Emceeing Woodystock again this year is High Desert station, KJAY Epic! Radio.

“Our goal is to bring first-class musicians to the High Desert,” states Woodystock founder John Woodard, who’s also a Councilman for the City of Adelanto. Woodard was also a driving force behind the Adelanto New Blues Festival last May at Stater Bros. Stadium.

Woodystock operates on Donations and Sponsorships. Contact John Woodard at (760) 963-4994 for Donation and Sponsorship opportunities.


Saturday, October 1

Johhny JukeBox 11:00am – 11:45pm

Victor Crain & the Lost Coast Project 12:00pm – 1:30pm

Reverend Smack Jones 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Electric Parlor 4:15pm – 6:15pm

Diana Reign & Papermoon Gypsies 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Crooked eye Tommy 8:45pm – 10:45pm

Open Jam 1100:pm – 1:00 am


Sunday, October 2

Johhny JukeBox 9:00am – 10:00pm

Babylon Steele 10:30pm – 12:30pm

Raul Watson 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Bruce McGhee -2eKond Kreation 2:30pm – 4:30pm

Rocfusion 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Kenny Cederholm 7:30pm – 9:00pm

Johhny JukeBox 11:00apm – 11:45pm


 About Some of the Performers at Woodystock Rock/Blues Festival

*All the way from Ventura come Crooked Eye Tommy, fronted by brothers/guitarists, Tommy and Paddy Marsh. The band  – who headline Saturday at Woodystock – is up for Best Blues Band and Album of the Year at the 2016 Ventura Music Awards.

*Hailing from Hesperia, The Lillies‘ sound is in the spectrum that lies between the raw/avant-garde tumble of sixtie’s indie greats The Velvet Underground and modern-day rock greats, U2. Yet, the quartet are also heavily rooted in the Blues.

*Returning to Woodystock this year is the ‘Reverend’ Smack Jonez. The singer-songwriter, New York-born and raised in Gavelston, Texas, was “sent here on a mission from God to bring you the love thru song and sound so that you, too can get down.” Watch Jonez electrify the Woodystock crowd with his energetic blend of blues, funk, rock and soul.

*One of the more eclectic bands to grace the Woodystock stage is Electric Parlor. The L.A.-based quartet takes pride in creating music that has an honest, raw, and live feel to it, relatable to music fans all over the world.  They are inspired by the past, and the lessons they have learned from years of listening to the forefathers of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

The tasty Down-Home Blues of guitarist Victor Crain graces the stage of Woodystock again this year.

*The guitar playing style of well-known High Desert-ite Victor Crain was once favorably compared to the great Jimi Hendrix. Crain, who resides in Llano, returns to Woodystock again this year to play some tasty Down-Home Blues.

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