Cadillac Three For Rebels & Renegades Festival at Monterey Pop Site

The Cadillac Three are among the artists announced for the inaugural Rebels & Renegades Festival, a two-day event taking place October 15-16 at the Monterey Fair & Event Center in Monterey, CA.

Other acts on the bill include Cody Jinks, Trampled by Turtles, Orville Peck, Houndmouth, Shane Smith & The Saints, Nikki Lane, Amigo The Devil, Sierra Hull, Fruition, Charles Wesley Godwin, Kat Hasty and Myron Elkins. Other artists will be added to the line-up in the coming weeks. Tickets are on sale Friday (12) at 12 p.m. CT.

The event, organized by Good Vibez Presents, aims to “[bring] hippies and cowboys together,” announcing on its website: “Inspired by the rebellious spirit and storytelling culture of Americana, Outlaw Country, Bluegrass and Folk, Rebels & Renegades Music Festival weaves together an experience of multi-dimensional festival for music lovers at an iconic Monterey Bay location.”

The site, formerly and famous place of Monterey Pop Festivalis an oak-shaded outdoor venue that continues to attract countless visitors, thanks to its proximity to tourist attractions, beaches and hotels.

Amy Sheehan, co-owner of Good Vibez with Dan Sheehan, says, “We’ve been planning Rebels & Renegades since 2019, and seeing it come to life in 2022 is phenomenal. We are excited to establish a new musical experience in Monterey, full of down-to-earth music, interactive artistic opportunities, and local craft and culinary creations. Our vision has always been to bring the music we love to the city we call home.

Other festival attractions include interactive art stations, a local ‘makers’ market, and food from Monterey Bay chefs. Pop-up acoustic performances will take place all over the grounds, and there will be craft beer, wine, cider and spirit bars. Ticket packages will be available with access to RV sites, VIP experiences and travel packages.

Buy or stream the Cadillac Three’s Tabasco & Sweet Tea.

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