The Jayhawks have been added to the Old Settler’s Music Festival for 2016. Photo by James Stangroom

The 29th annual Old Settler’s Music Festival is shaping up to be a good one for Americana fans inclined toward a mix of contemporary indie and traditional roots acts. Minnesota alt-country pioneers the Jayhawks, California indie-folk band Dawes and acoustic duo the Milk Carton Kids have been added to the festival, which is now selling single-day tickets.

Also new to the lineup for the April 14-17 event, which takes place at the Salt Lick Pavilion and Camp Ben McCulloch in Driftwood, are hometown favorites Bob Schneider and the Band of Heathens. They join previously announced acts including the Del McCoury Band, dobro great Jerry Douglas with the Earls of Leicester, bluegrass band the HillBenders playing the Who’s “Tommy,” and the Lonesome River Band. Other area acts on the bill include Austin’s Hayes Carll, Shinyribs and Carolyn Wonderland, Wimberly’s Sarah Jarosz and Houston band the Suffers.

Single-day advance tickets are $68 for Friday or Saturday and $30 for Sunday at the festival’s website. Three-day wristbands good for Friday-Sunday admission start at $140. The full schedule with times has yet to be released, but here’s an initial day-by-day artist breakdown:

Thursday, April 14
Della Mae
Brothers Comatose

Friday, April 15
Jerry Douglas presents The Earls of Leicester
Hayes Carll
Jeff Austin Band
Della Mae
Black Lillies
HillBenders present “The Who’s Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry”
Joelton Mayfield (Youth Competition winner)

Saturday, April 16
Del McCoury Band
Sarah Jarosz
Milk Carton Kids
Wood Brothers
Bob Schneider
David Ramirez
Jay Farrar Trio (performing songs from Son Volt’s Trace)
Green River Ordinance
Lonesome River Band
Carolyn Wonderland
Sierra Hull
Dustbowl Revival

Sunday, April 17
Lonesome River Band
Band of Heathens