After Jay Farrar left Uncle Tupelo in 1994, the remaining band members decided to pick a new name and continue making alternative country. Under the leadership of Jeff Tweedy, Wilco was born and expanded musically. Seen today as an experimental folk group with a cult following, they play to sold-out crowds and now tour internationally. They have eight studio albums and a slew of Grammy nominations and wins under their belt. Wilco's music paved the way for groups like The National and has been covered by artists such as Norah Jones, Counting Crows and Wallflowers.
Note: Only 3-Day Festival Passes include lawn admission to the July 21 Wilco, The Avett Brothers, and Dr. Dog show at the Susquehanna Bank Center.