Grammy winners Dave and Phil Alvin are among the headliners at this year’s Live Oak Music Festival, organizers announced.
The Alvin brothers, who co-founded rockabilly band The Blasters, will perform with backing band The Guilty Ones. The event runs June 13-15 at Live Oak Camp in northern Santa Barbara County, featuring concerts, camping, children’s activities and more.
Also performing will be Oklahoma-born troubadour J.D. McPherson, known for his retro sound rooted in rock ’n’ roll and rhythm and blues, and Nashville singer-songwriter Holly Williams, granddaughter of country legend Hank Williams.
Other performers include the Louisiana band Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Chas, Los Angeles reggae group The Lions and Los Angeles Latin rock band La Santa Cecilia.
Daily passes cost $55 for adults and teenagers ages 13 to 17, $20 for children ages 4 to 12. Full festival passes cost $125 for adults and teens, $40 for children. Proceeds benefit public radio station KCBX.
For information, call 781-3030 or visit http://www.liveoakfest.org.