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Royal Family Affair: Soulive, Chromeo, Lettuce, Big G, Denson

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DUMPSTAPHUNK, MEDESKI, DEITCH & SKERIK, JENNIFER HARTSWICK, BREAK SCIENCE, PIMPS OF JOYTIME, ZACH DEPUTY, ALSO CONFIRMED

In celebration of its 13th year as a band, the preeminent soul funk trio Soulive has announced the inaugural Royal Family Affair—a three-day music festival from August 12-14 set in the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont at Stratton Mountain Ski Resort in Bondville. Take a look at the full lineup below.

Along with performances taking place on two stages and a late-night venue, the Royal Family Affair will offer a series of intimate clinics and musical workshops with the many luminaries performing at the festival. Confirmed events include a guitar seminar with Eric Krasno, a percussion clinic with Alan Evans and Adam Deitch, a horn clinic with The Shady Horns and a composition/songwriting workshop with Neal Evans.

Single day ($29.50—$34.50) and 3-day ($89.50) festival passes will be available on May 24, 2011 at 10am EST through the Royal Family Affair website. For those looking for a VIP experience, two tiers of VIP packages are available, offering benefits ranging from exclusive viewing areas, complementary beverages, a meet & greet with the performers and backstage access. VIP packages start at $199.

ROYAL FAMILY AFFAIR LINEUP
Soulive
Chromeo
Lettuce
Big Gigantic
Medeski, Deitch & Skerik
Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk
Break Science feat. Chali 2na
John Brown's Body
The Pimps of Joytime
Paper Diamond
Zach Deputy
The London Souls
Eric Krasno & Chapter 2
Sam Kininger Band
Neal Evans
Kraz (DJ set)
Crushed Velvet & The Velveteers
The Shady Horns
The Royal Family Allstars
Karl Denson
Jennifer Hartswick

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