The 2007 Cornerstone festival schedule has been posted. This years lineup includes everyone from Underoath, Copeland, The Chariot, Sherwood, Switchfoot, Anberlin and more. The festival takes place June 25-30 in Bushnell, Illinois.
If you’ve never been to the annual Cornerstone Festival in Bushnell, IL, this is a good year to go. The festival features performances from over 200 bands as well as hundreds of other activities for people of all ages. Check out these videos from the 2006 festival and get ready for another great festival. You can also see the current lineup for bands playing this years festival here.
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Bands for the 2007 Cornerstone festival in Bushnell, IL are starting to be announced. This years headliners include Underoath, Switchfoot, Emery, Toby Mac and more. For a full list of the bands can be seen below.
David Crowder Band
Family Force 5
Kids in the Way
House of Heroes
Glenn Kaiser Band
Future of Forestry
Mark Lee Townsend
The Wiitala Brothers
Cool Hand Luke
The Lost Dogs
The Violet Burning
Eric James & The New Century
The Last Hope
Inked In Blood
War of Ages
Alove For Enemies
Raised By Wolves
Our Corpse Destroyed
The Handshake Murders
With Faith Or Flames
The Gospel is a Grenade
The Blue Letter
Roe vs. Pritzl
I just arrived back home from being at Cornerstone in IL all week. It was a great experience and I hope to go again in the future. I’ll have a review of the week up shortly but for now I have a bunch of news from the festival, some may be new some may be old but they are all great things!
Lovedrug will be releasing an EP this fall to go along with their fall tour. Their new full length is scheduled for a February 07 release.
Copeland will release their new album this Halloween.
Showbread will release their new album “Age of Reptiles” on August 1st. You can check out their new video for their first single “Oh! Emetophobia!” here.
Jonezetta can put on an amazing show. To get ready for their new album download 4 songs here.
mewithoutYou will release their new album on September 26th.
Relient K played a new song that sounded amazing. The band will be heading back to Los Angeles to continue recording their new album next week.
Underoath played possibly their longest set ever on this years main stage. Their set included a mix of old and new songs including a first live performance of several tracks off their new album.
Lakes (prev: Watashi Wa, Eager Seas) will release their new album this fall through The Militia Group.
Here are some great bands to check out:
You can catch some live videos, pictures and more from the festival here.