It’s been thirty-seven years since Americana legend Lucinda Williams released her first solo album, but if anything she’s only gotten more prolific with time. Two years ago she released the criticially acclaimed double album Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone, and earlier this year she followed it up with another double album, a more somber affair called The Ghosts of Highway 20. While radio’s never been friendly to the craggly-voiced singer, her songwriting style has long been a favorite with music critics. She’s the Saturday headliner at the 19th annual Rhythm & Roots Festival. The day’s events start at 1pm, and she’ll go on at 9pm.
Saturday passes are $70 for adults
Weekend passes are $175 or $225 if you want to camp out