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Here's the 2018 Pot of Gold Lineup

Fans at the 2017 Pot of Gold Festival.EXPAND
Fans at the 2017 Pot of Gold Festival.
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Jam band fans, rejoice. The lineup for the 2018 Pot of Gold Festival is here.

The three-day music event will kick off on Friday, March 16, and run through Sunday, March 18, at Rawhide in Chandler. Each day will feature a mix of national acts and local acts (performing on a local artist stage).

Set times haven't been announced yet, but gates will open at noon daily. Here's a day-by-day breakdown of performers is as follows:

Friday, March 16
Russ + Special Friends

Saturday, March 17
Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band
Sturgill Simpson
St. Paul and The Broken Bones
Big Head Todd And The Monsters
The Infamous Stringdusters
Midnight North
Kalu & The Electric Joint
Midnight performance by Boombox

Sunday, March 18
Rebelution
The Dirty Heads
Pepper
Magic!
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
G. Love & Special Sauce
Donavon Frankenreiter
Felly
Tauk
Ballyhoo!
Con Brio

In addition to all the live music, Pot of Gold will feature a variety of onsite amenities, including pinball machines, arcade games, an artist's alley, and food and beverages.

One-day, two-day, and three-day general admission passes and VIP tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 17, through the Pot of Gold website.

Before service fees, single-day general admission ranges in price from $75 to $100, while two-day general admission runs $135 to $155, and three-day general admission costs $220.

Single-day VIP tickets range from $230 to $345, two-day VIP runs from $430 to $545, and three-day VIP passes cost $699. These prices do not include service fees.

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