We’re back again with 30 more artists who will be performing at this year’s Mile of Music slated for August 1-4, 2019, presented by Fox Communities Credit Union! This group of artists brings us to a total of 170 artists announced so far.
Representing solo acts to duos and full bands, this announcement includes 16 artists who are new to The Mile in 2019 and 14 who will be returning to the stage August 1-4. It includes five acts from Wisconsin, one from Canada and several from across the United States.
Among the new artists announced are two who have performed with bands at Mile of Music before — Rev. Sekou and The Freedom Fighters (St. Louis, MO), and Jake J-Thrill Bennett (Joplin, MO), the bass player from Me Like Bees (also returning to Mile 7). Additionally, the festival will welcome rising pop sensation Vesperteen (Columbus, OH) who’s performed alongside Twenty One Pilots, the exciting new duo of Gunn & The Girl (Green Bay, WI) and Long Range Hustle (Toronto, ON, CA) – a five-piece band embarking on its first U.S. tour.
Some of this grouping’s returning musicians include father-daughter act Last Acre (Springfield, IL), Mo Lowda & The Humble (Philadelphia, PA) and The Belle Weather (Sheboygan, WI).
New Artists for Mile 7 (4th Announcement): Bella’s Bartok (Northampton, MA), Elizabeth Moen (Iowa City, IA), Kirby Sybert (Philadelphia, PA), Kendall Street Company (Charlottesville, VA), Of Good Nature (Charlotte, NC), Rare Creatures (Charleston, SC), TABAH (Minneapolis, MN), Vesperteen (Columbus, OH), Rev. Sekou & The Freedom Fighters (St. Louis, MO), The Harmed Brothers (Portland, OR), Jake J-Thrill Bennett (Joplin, MO), Constant Stranger (Fayetteville, AR), Gunn & The Girl (Green Bay, WI), Long Range Hustle (Toronto, ON, CA), Brother Oliver (Greenville, SC), Fireside Collective (Asheville, NC)
Returning Artists for Mile 7 (4th Announcement): Nicholas Raymond (Appleton, WI), Mo Lowda & The Humble (Philadelphia, PA), The Mammoths (Austin, TX), Auralai (Marquette, MI), The Artisanals (Charleston, SC), Cole Woodruff & The Sadness (Indianapolis, IN), The Hawkeyes (Pittsburgh, PA), Me Like Bees (Joplin, MO), The Hooten Hallers (St. Louis, MO), Horace Greene (Oshkosh, WI), The Belle Weather (Sheboygan, WI), Eric W. Krueger (Fox Cities), Fox Grin (Nashville, TN), Last Acre (Springfield, IL)