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Why Greenfest is Different

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There are thousands of music festivals each year.  They all share many common elements.  Large crowds. Long lines. Multiple bands. Multiple stages. Various settings.  A few bands you know. A few bands you don’t. And so on.

Greenfest has a few of those things, but it is truly different.  Spread over two days, Greenfest is built as a festival for true music fans.  It doesn’t strive to showcase the most popular bands necessarily, just what we feel are the best, most interesting, next big thing or most buzzed about.  There are areas for you to get away from the noise and network with like-minded music fans.  It’s not necessarily a music snob thing, it’s just a way to connect with people on your same wavelength.

More than a dozen years ago, as Galleywinter was in its infancy and the burgeoning online community was busting at the seems, plans were set in motion to have a get together to put faces with the handles and avatars.  That first event set in motion what has grown to be an established event that is part concert, part family reunion and part introduction.

Galleywinter and Greenfest have always been about the people first.  The connections that bind us first online and then in life.  There have been marriages, children, friendships, business relationships and more that have all spawned from meeting people via Galleywinter.  That’s why Greenfest is different.  Because Galleywinter is different.  There are millions of websites, but few that transcend from the virtual world to the real world in such a meaningful way.

Whether you’ve made every Greenfest or this will be your first…we hope you’ll join us.  Connect. Live. Life. Music. Friends. Family.  Greenfest.

GREENFEST FACTS

Previous Artists:  Turnpike Troubadours, Stoney LaRue, Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, Brandon Rhyder, Micky and the Motorcars, Hayes Carll, Bleu Edmondson, Jason Eady, Walt Wilkins, Mike McClure, Josh Grider, Drew Kennedy, Dub Miller, Adam Hood, Django Walker, Josh Weathers, Uncle Lucius, Quaker City Night Hawks, Susan Gibson, K Phillips, Javi Garcia, Lost Trailers, Mando Saenz, Zane Williams and William Clark Green among many others.

Previous Venues:  River Road Icehouse – New Braunfels, TX; Lone Star Floathouse – New Braunfels, TX; Antone’s – Austin, TX; Coppertank – Austin, TX; George’s Bar – Waco, TX; Rolling Oaks – San Antonio, TX; Phoenix Saloon – New Braunfels, TX; Momo’s – Austin, TX

GREENFEST 16 INFO

WHEN – Sat July 23 and Sun July 24, 2016

WHERE – New Braunfels – July 23 @ River Road Icehouse; July 24 @ Lone Star Floathouse

WHO – Adam Hood, Jason Eady, Dalton Domino, Flatland Cavalry, Reed Brothers, Texas Renegade, Drew Kennedy, Josh Grider, Chris King, Red Shahan, John Baumann, Charlie Stout, Jonny Burke, Courtney Patton, John Dempsy, Jackie Darlene, Rodney Hayden, Doug Moreland, Erick Willis, Austin Gilliam, Austin Meade, Nate Rodriguez, Kensie Coppin, Jade & Bryan, Billy Broome.

WHAT – Concert/Family Reunion/Networking Event/Good Times

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