Baltimore-based psychedelic-funk quartet Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will move their Domefest festival to West Virginia this year, setting up its 10th iteration at Marvin’s Mountaintop, the longtime location of the now-defunct All Good festival.
The three-day event is scheduled for May 16-18, 2019, and PPPP will headline each night. A full lineup announcement and ticket sales are still forthcoming.
“We’re beyond excited to celebrate our 10th year at such an incredible new venue,” Domefest founder and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong lead guitarist Jeremy Schon said in a press release. “Marvin’s Mountaintop’s rolling hills and lush trees provide an ideal setting for a music festival, and we’ve carved out a unique layout that features an intimate tree-lined natural amphitheater with plenty of comfortable camping and parking space nearby.”
Check out a photo gallery from Domefest 2018 here.
For more information on Domefest 2019 visit the event’s official website.