See who's coming to Britt

1990s band Cake will perform Aug. 22 at the Britt Music & Arts Festival in Jacksonville. Courtesy photo

The Beach Boys (Sept. 4), alt-rockers Third Eye Blind (June 16), ‘90s pop icon Alanis Morissette (June 23), singer-songwriter Jackson Browne (Aug. 7), rising country star Brett Young (Aug. 25) and popular ‘90s band Cake (Aug. 22) are coming to the Britt Music & Arts Festival this summer.

On Thursday, Britt announced 16 more concerts for the summer festival.

“The diversity of our 2019 lineup reflects the diversity of our audience,” Britt Festival President and CEO Donna Briggs said in a press release.

For lovers of folk music, The Wood Brothers and Colter Wall (Aug. 24) and rising Americana stars Mandolin Orange (July 6) will perform.

If you love ‘80s pop, the Lost ‘80s Live Tour (Aug. 29) will fill an evening of synth pop with bands A Flock of Seagulls, Wang Chung, The Motels and more.

Country fans have many choices, including Dwight Yoakam (July 7) and Chase Rice (June 14).

Australia’s Little River Band will appear June 19, and the Australian Pink Floyd Show is scheduled for Sept. 15.

Diana Krall (Sept. 13) returns with her jazzy, sultry vocals, plus an offshoot from the Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule, takes the Britt stage (Aug. 30).

Blues fans can catch the Taj Mahal Quartet plus Marc Cohn featuring the Blind Boys of Alabama (Aug. 17).

The full 2019 Britt season line-up can be seen at brittfest.org/performances.

A member presale will be held before tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. May 10.

Tickets are already on sale to the general public for: RAIN — A Tribute to the Beatles (June 13), Sublime With Rome (June 21), Jim James + Claypool Lennon Delirium (June 28), Lyle Lovett and his Large Band (June 30), Kris Kristofferson and the Strangers (July 1), Michael Franti and Spearhead (July 2), Umphrey’s McGee (July 5), Chicago (July 17), Rodrigo y Gabriela (July 18), Trampled By Turtles (July 21), The Piano Guys (Aug. 13), O.A.R. with American Authors (Aug. 16), Iration (Aug. 18) and the John Butler Trio (Aug. 21).

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