On our LynchburgDoes  main page , we stick to spotlighting events and happenings around town on a weekly basis. We also include additional listings for music, karaoke, tap takeovers, and other events on our LynchburgDoes More  page . But, sometimes it’s nice to know what’s going on in advance, particularly if it’s something that requires planning and/or advance ticketing. With that in mind, here is our LynchburgDoes Future Stuff page. We’re particularly happy with the name.

On our LynchburgDoes main page, we stick to spotlighting events and happenings around town on a weekly basis. We also include additional listings for music, karaoke, tap takeovers, and other events on our LynchburgDoes More page. But, sometimes it’s nice to know what’s going on in advance, particularly if it’s something that requires planning and/or advance ticketing. With that in mind, here is our LynchburgDoes Future Stuff page. We’re particularly happy with the name.

 It’s never too early to start making plans for the annual LOCK’N music festival at the Infinity Downs & Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA. The line-up is official and, as usual, it leans heavily toward the jammier side of rock spectrum, with the Grateful Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and their Dead & Company featuring John Mayer on guitar setting the tone at the top of the bill in the coveted Saturday and Sunday headlining spots. The four-day festival, which runs from August 23 through August 26, also features such artists as Sheryl Crow, Blues Traveler, the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Toots & the Maytals, and the local group Firecracker Jam. For a complete schedule, click  here . Advance tickets run from $69 for a single-day Thursday pass to $299 for a general admission four-day pass. There are also camping options, starting at $109 for a single tent and hotel and shuttle packages. Click  here  to peruse the ticketing options.

It’s never too early to start making plans for the annual LOCK’N music festival at the Infinity Downs & Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA. The line-up is official and, as usual, it leans heavily toward the jammier side of rock spectrum, with the Grateful Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and their Dead & Company featuring John Mayer on guitar setting the tone at the top of the bill in the coveted Saturday and Sunday headlining spots. The four-day festival, which runs from August 23 through August 26, also features such artists as Sheryl Crow, Blues Traveler, the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Toots & the Maytals, and the local group Firecracker Jam. For a complete schedule, click here. Advance tickets run from $69 for a single-day Thursday pass to $299 for a general admission four-day pass. There are also camping options, starting at $109 for a single tent and hotel and shuttle packages. Click here to peruse the ticketing options.