The jam- and DJ-friendly fest returns to Legend Valley July 18-21.

Pretty Lights

Last year, the hippie-centric jam- and DJ-centric All Good Festival made its way from Maryland to Central Ohio by way of a West Virginia mountaintop. The fest is set to return to Legend Valley for a second year the weekend July 18-21, and today the initial lineup was announced, with Grateful Dead alumni Phil Lesh and Bob Weir's Furthur and psychedelic DJ act Pretty Lights in the headlining slots. There's nothing that stokes my indie rock bias like the Flaming Lips did last year, but you can't go wrong with Pretty Lights, you have to respect Trombone Shorty, and you won't regret spending time with The Stepkids.Tickets will run you $179 for all four days, with all sorts of variations for camping, VIP access, add-ons and other promotions.

Here's everything they've announced so far, though more additions are forthcoming:

Furthur featuring Phil Lesh & Bob Weir
Pretty Lights
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
Keller Williams with The Travelin' McCourys
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Leftover Salmon
North Mississippi Allstars
John Scofield Uberjam Band
The Infamous Stringdusters
Trevor Hall
March Fourth Marching Band
The Bright Light Social Hour
The Bridge
Tribal Seeds
The Sheepdogs
Nhako and Medicine for the People
The Stepkids