moe. finalizes line-up for the 7th annual moe.down September 1-3

The Seventh Annual moe.down will be held September 1-3 at the Snow Ridge Ski area in Turin, NY. moe.down is an annual party for moe. and its fans. The band will perform a total of six sets throughout the weekend. The moe.down line-up is now complete.


The moe.down promises three days of music, camping and fun at the Snow Ridge Ski Area in Turin, NY. The site is about an hour northeast of Syracuse, at the edge of the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. Ski lifts will be open, so bring your mountain bikes!


The following artists will perform:

Mike Gordon and Ramble Dove
Page McConnell with Jon Fishman, Adam Zimmon, Jared Slomoff and Rob O'Dea
Umphrey's McGee
Ziggy Marley
Banyan featuring Stephen Perkins
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
The Avett Brothers
Moonshine Still
Toubab Krewe
Tim Easton
Pat McClimans Group
Before Cowboys
Mike Rocklin
Spaghetti Cake (Kids' Jamband)
Whiskey Mae

A limited number of tickets will be $95 until they are sold out or until August 12th. Tickets after that be $110. For up-to-the-minute information, please visit

Past moe.down performers include Flaming Lips, They Might Be Giants, Matisyahu, MMW, Ani DiFranco, Blues Traveler, Leo Kottke, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Nellie McKay, Cracker Van Beethoven, David Grisman, and Les Claypool.

Formed in Buffalo, New York in 1991, moe. is one of the finest groups in the jamband movement today. Their tours have taken them from Woodstock '99, to New York's Central Park and to Japan. moe. is also critically acclaimed for its songwriting and studio work; the group's 2001 studio album, "Dither," was awarded four stars by Rolling Stone. moe. has released 10 recordings in the last 14 years: Their latest album, "Wormwood," finds moe. at the top of their game – receiving four stars by Blender Magazine. moe.'s Tsunami Benefit concert at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on February 10, 2005, raised $150,000 for Tsunami survivors. moe. also raised over $15,000 for various charities including the Red Cross for Hurricane Katrina survivors. The band is currently in the studio recording a new album.