Final Guests for Rockwood Music Festival 2019 Announced

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Courtesy of Staff Photographer, Liz Larson.
Emma Fitzpatrick and Amanda Wallace. Courtesy of Staff Photographer, Liz Larson.

With the most recent announcements, the lineup for the Rockwood Music Festival 2019 is now complete! On the weekend of November 15-17, fans will have the opportunity to experience a variety of different musicians, music styles and band combinations in Offenbach, Germany.

Rockwood Events has announced Emma Fitzpatrick and Amanda Wallace as well as Aaron Beaumont, who have all been guests at previous festivals before in a band called The Mots Nouveaux. However, the announcement said that they will be guests at the festival to explore new projects and not under the old band name or even the old combination of band members. It will be exciting to see what they have in store for the fans in November, especially considering the possibility of collaborations with the other guests at the festival.

Emily Swallow. Courtesy of Staff Photographer, Liz Larson.

Another newly announced guest is Emily Swallow, who made her Rockwood debut on the Sunday of the 2018 festival and is now returning for the full weekend. She is the last Supernatural guest on Rockwood’s lineup, joining Rob Benedict, Briana Buckmaster, Lisa Berry and Gil McKinney.

The final additional to the lineup is Rockwood newbie Kaitlin Wolfberg, who is a violinist that has worked with Michael Rosenbaum’s band Left On Laurel. She will be a part of all activities including Left On Laurel, meaning she will perform with them on stage and in the unplugged lounges Rockwood offers to its fans.

Now that there’s a full lineup, we can’t wait for this year’s festival and look forward to bringing you the best coverage possible!

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