Hinterland adds more acts; single-day tickets now on sale
The Hinterland Music Festival, scheduled for July 31 and Aug. 1 in Water Works Park, has added three new acts: Justin Townes Earle, Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear and The Envy Corps.
They join headliners Old Crow Medicine Show and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros along with Future Islands, TV on the Radio, Brandi Carlile, Yonder Mountain String Band, Lucius, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Joe Pug.
Earle is a singer-songwriter and the son of Steve Earle. Earle won an Americana Music Award for "Harlem River Blues" and toured with Old Crowe Medicine Show on The Big Surprise Tour in 2009. Earlier this year Earle released his sixth album, "Absent Fathers." In addition to his own material, Earle produced Wanda Jackson's 2012 album "Unfinished Business."
Madisen Ward & The Mama bear is a soulful folk band comprising Madisen Ward and his mother, Ruth. The Kansas City Band's debut album, "Skeleton Crew," is due out May 19. The duo is also opening for Rodrigo y Gabriela June 25 at Hoyt Sherman Place.
The Envy Corps is a Des Moines band. The group is currently working on a follow-up to its 2011 album, "It Culls You," and its members are regularly working on producing bands like Holy White Hounds, Twinsmith, Canby and Bonne Finken & The Collective.
Single-day tickets are now available for $45, while a two-day pass is $75. Campsites for the festival are $150-$250.
Here's how the lineup breaks down by day
July 31: Edward Sharpe, Future Islands, TV on the Radio, The Envy Corps
Aug. 1: Old Crow Medicine Show, Brandi Carlile, Yonder Mountain String Band, Lucius, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Justin Townes Earle, Joe Pug, Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear.