Folk-rock musicians Jackson Browne and Ani DiFranco have been added to the lineup for Grace Potter's Grand Point North festival, taking place September 15-16 at Waterfront Park in Burlington, Vermont.
These additions round out the schedule for the event, presented by Higher Ground Music. The festival is a mix of nationally-known groups and regional musicians.
Both Browne and DiFranco have Vermont connections, according to the Burlington Free Press, as Browne is godfather to Vermont musician Ariel Zevon. DiFranco started the label Righteous Babe, which in 2010 released the folk-opera album Hadestown, by Vermont musician Anais Mitchell.
The lineup for September 16 includes: Grace Potter, Nathaniel Rateliff, The Magpie Salute, Caroline Rose, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, Seth Yacovone Band, Harsh Armadillo, JUPTR and Julia Caesar.
According to Grateful Web, Saturday will open with a fan-selected Vermont act, via the yearly Seven Days contest.
Single day tickets are $59, while 2-day passes are $89.