Apache Lake Music Festival

Check Out the Schedule, Lineup for Apache Lake Music Festival

The Apache Lake Music Festival announced the breakdown of who's playing where at the two-day event, which happens October 24-25 in Roosevelt. Now that you know who's playing on what day, it's time to plan your pre-Halloween weekend.

The Friday and Saturday of the festival will take place on an indoor stage and an outdoor stage. A two-day pass costs $40. The lineup is as follows, listed with headliners first, descending through the earliest openers:

Friday, October 24

Outdoor Stage Dry River Yacht Club Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra Japhy's Descent The Haymarket Squares Carlos Azarte & The Kind Souls Mr. Eastwood

Indoor Stage Playboy Manbaby Sister Lip Shawn Johnson & The Foundation Banshee Bones Princess Sunset Voodoo Sasqunaut

Saturday, October 25 Outdoor Stage Hot Birds & The Chili Sauce Banana Gun Sara Robinson & The Midnight Special The Sugar Thieves Coobee Coo The Prowling Kind Kush County

Indoor Stage The MSU x Deathwish 45 Captain Squeegee The Shakers Ghetto Cowgirl The Hourglass Cats Sweetgrass Lee Perreria Woodworks Deadfoxx

Camping passes are $5 a car. You can also stay at Apache Lake Resort and Marina, which requires a two-night stay, minimum. Rates available by calling 928-467-2511.

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David Accomazzo is a music wrangler, award-winning reporter, critic, and editor with more than a decade in the business.
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