Pickathon Returns to Pendarvis Farm August 1-3

Vortex Music Magazine

Stay tuned to the Pickathon 2014 Announcement-A-Thon as the fest rolls out its lineup over the next 16 days.

For the 16th annual edition, the forested, suburban, eco-conscious and beloved fest like no other plans to reveal its lineup over the course of the next 16 days.

Unveiling just three bands so far—Foxygen, X and Valerie June—Pickathon organizers will continue to announce three or four acts each day. And after only three days of revelations, tickets will go on sale on Saturday, March 1, so if the lineup thus far sounds even the slightest bit appealing, scoop up your tickets because the fest tops out at just 3,500 people.

We'll roll up our selves and keep score here alongside our new keyboard-toting, hawk-eyed friend, which you can catch a glimpse of in the 2014 teaser below. Speaking of which, do we sense the triumphant return of Portland's Ages and Ages to Happy Valley this year? The vid features none other than the track "I See More" from their new record Divisionary, which Vortex got deep on with lead singer Tim Perry.

UPDATE 3/2/14And the prediction pays off: Ages and Ages will return to Pendarvis Farm this year!

Pickathon 2014

Foxygen
X
Valerie June
Mac DeMarco
Gregory Alan Isakov
Courtney Barnett
Possessed by Paul James
Woods
Son Little
Robbie Fulks
Spanish Gold
Mandolin Orange
Mikal Cronin
Ages and Ages
Ural Thomas & The Pain
Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer
The Sadies
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Love As Laughter
Bobby Patterson
The Barr Brothers
Willie Watson
Steve Gunn
The Men
Houndstooth
Parquet Courts
Angel Olsen
Jonathan Richman
Cardboard Songsters
Hiss Golden Messenger
Brownout / Brown Sabbath
Della Mae
Charlie Parr
Diarrhea Planet
Old Buck
Quilt
Julianna Barwick
People Under The Stairs
Crow Quill Night Owls
Marco Benevento
Leroy Thomas and the Zydeco RoadRunners
The Donkeys
Lonnie Holley
EDJ
Jolie Holland
Operators
Shakey Graves
Warpaint
Blind Pilot
Nickel Creek

Final Four:
The Black Lillies
Those Darlins
Destroyer
The War On Drugs

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