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Garden Jam Music Festival in Indian Wells announces more performers

April is pretty much the month of festivals in the Coachella Valley and one of the first festivals of the month, the Wedbush Garden Jam Music Festival in Indian Wells , has announced a second stage of performers to its musical lineup.
The festival will happen at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6.
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The recently announced second stage performers will be mostly blues musicians, including Blues Hall of Fame member Kal David, blues artist John Carey, folk artist Mic Dangerously and blues artist Toby Lee. This is the first time that Lee, 14, will play in the U.S. after being named Young Blues Artist of the Year at the 2018 UK Blues Awards.
Artists already announced for the event include headliners Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real and Buddy Guy as well as Jimmie Vaughan, Los Lobos, Brian Culbertson and Lucie Silvas.
In addition to the music, the event will feature a “Lifestyle Village” featuring art installations by Karen and Tony Barone and sculptor Time McClendon; chair massages; vendor booths; pinball machines from Gameroom Gallery and food and drink offerings from Fisherman’s Market and Grill.
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If you go:
When: Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6.
Where: The Indian Wells Tennis Garden, 78-200 Miles Avenue, Indian Wells.
Cost: Tickets are $150 for a two-day general admission pass and $250-$390 for two-day seated passes and are available at .

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