Bowman, SC (September 28, 2017) – Yonder Field is pleased to announce additional details surrounding the South Carolina Craft Beer and Music Festival which will feature the indisputable talents of The Marcus King Band, as well as the legendary six-time Grammy Award winner, Dr. John on Friday, October 13th and Saturday, October 14th. An impressive list of homegrown talent and the best craft beer the South has to offer will make this an outstanding weekend in South Carolina.
Friday night’s craft beer festivities will highlight a Beer Mile at 8:00 pm. Participants will receive admission to Friday’s music line-up, a parking pass, T-shirt, and participation in the mile-long “Fun Run” that includes four South Carolina craft beers at each quarter mile marker.
On Saturday, the Craft Beer Sampling will take place from 1:00 to 6:00 pm in the Pavilion. The Biergarten will be open in the Pavilion during the entire duration of the 2-day festival. Fetzer Wine Bar, a Food Truck Village and other food vendors will also be present.
Confirmed breweries for the festival include Bauerhaus, Benford, Good Times, Hilton Head Brewing Company, Lagunitas, New South, Palmetto, RJ Rockers, Rusty Bull, Salt Marsh, Southern Barrel, Swamp Cabbage, Twisted Spur Brewing Company and Wooden Skiff.
New information for camping packages on Friday night: The Black Iron Gathering will now perform in the campground next to our new Camper’s Lounge. Complete with couches, tables, a bar and food items for purchase, the Camper’s Lounge will also have breakfast items for sale starting early on Saturday morning.
In addition to the headliners and other featured artists, the 1980s cult classic, The Blues Brothers, will be shown on the new Drive-In movie screen following Dr. John’s performance on Saturday night (at approximately 11PM).
There will also be two screens in the Biergarten for keeping up on the college football scores as Clemson plays Syracuse on Friday, October 13 and the Gamecocks play Tennessee on Saturday, October 14.
Yonder Field has also announced that kids 10 and under can enter for free (with paid adult general admission tickets) and can stay and camp for free (with paid adult camping passes).
Stacie Darr White, President/General Manager of Yonder White said, “We are all about exposing young audiences to incredible music and this festival can create some wonderful family memories in the great outdoors. There will also be games such as Cornhole and giant versions of Connect 4 for kids and adults to enjoy in addition to the music, camping, football viewing, delectable food options and movie.”
Additionally, American Biker, located in Ladson, SC (a dealer of Polaris, Victory, Slingshot and Indian), will be exhibiting a variety of their bikes at the festival and will feature some of their newest bike models.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Friday, October 13:
2:00PM Gates open for Parking and Campground
3:30 – 4:30PM HoneySmoke
5:00 – 6:00PM Villanova
6:30 – 7:30PM Greg Payne & The Piedmont Boys
7:00 – 7:45PM Beer Mile Registration
8:00 – 9:00PM Trae Pierce & the T-Stones
8:00PM Beer Mile commences
9:30 – 11:30PM THE MARCUS KING BAND
Midnight The Black Iron Gathering in the Campground set up next to the new Camper’s Lounge
Saturday, October 14:
11:00AM Gates open for Parking and Campground
1:00 – 6:00PM Beer Samplings in Pavilion
1:00 – 2:00PM See Water
2:30 – 3:30PM Tyler Boone
4:00 – 5:00PM Danielle Howle
5:30 – 6:30PM Trae Pierce & the T-Stones
7:00 – 8:30PM The Travelin Kine
9:00 – 10:30PM DR. JOHN
11:00PM THE BLUES BROTHERS on the Drive-In screen
Sunday, October 15:
10:00AM Campground Closes
Tickets start at $20 but all tickets and packages will go up by an additional $5 day of show. For more information, visit www.yonderfield.com
ABOUT THE HEADLINERS:
Dr. John A six-time Grammy Award-winning musician and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Dr. John is the embodiment of New Orleans’ musical legacy. His colorful career began in the 1950’s when he wrote and played guitar on some of the greatest records to come out of the city. He then launched his solo career, developing the persona of Dr. John The Nite Tripper with Gris-Gris and Sun, Moon and Herbs which included Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger, followed by In The Right Place with hits “Right Place Wrong Time” and “Such A Night.” After Hurricane Katrina, City That Care Forgot won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Locked Down (2012) with Dan Auerbach won the Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album. In 2014, he released Ske-DatDe-Dat:
The Spirit of Satch and received the Louie Award from Louis Armstrong House Museum in 2015. In 2016, he received the Jazz Foundation of America's Hank Jones Award. He also released “The Bare Necessities” and The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac & His Music featuring Bruce Springsteen, Mavis Staples and more. After 65 years, Dr. John is still creating music with a passion.
Marcus King Band At only 21 years of age, Marcus King’s dazzling musical ability is evident throughout the young phenom’s 2nd full-length LP. Operating within the fiery brand of American roots music that King calls "soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock," the album highlights King’s gorgeous, rough-hewn vocals, soaring guitar work and heartfelt songwriting amidst a group of masterful musicians who are quickly becoming one of the country’s most sought after live acts.
Raised in Greenville, SC, King was brought up on the blues, playing shows as a pre-teen sideman with his father, bluesman Marvin King (who himself was the son of a regionally-known guitarist), before striking out on his own. Going beyond the sonic textures of his acclaimed 2015 debut album (Soul Insight), The Marcus King Band broadens their sound, touching upon everything from funky R&B to Southern soul and Americana in the process. The band gets in on the action too, stacking the songs with blasts of swampy brass, a lock-step rhythm section and swirling organ. Ever the multi-tasker, King bounces between several instruments, handling electric and acoustic guitar (as well as pedal and lap steel) while driving each track home with his soulful, incendiary voice.
South Carolina Craft Beer & Music is presented in part by The Sound of Charleston, 105.5 The Bridge.
Tickets range from $20 - $150 and may be obtained by visiting www.yonderfield.com, www.ticketfly.com or calling 877-987-6487. Guests must bring printed tickets or have their mobile device ready to be scanned at the gate. Tickets may also be purchased at the gate.
Directions to Yonder Field
Conveniently located between Charleston and Columbia, Yonder Field is at Exit 159 off of I-26, just 10 miles north of the I-26 and I-95 Interchange in Bowman. Venue address is 180 Log Cabin Rd., Bowman, SC 29018 PH: (803) 543-1230
About Yonder Field
Situated on over 200 acres, the Yonder Field experience breathtaking landscape architecture and compelling visual design. Guests may arrive early to enjoy tailgate parties before the show and also have the option to camp overnight. Set in a picturesque field that boasts the natural beauty of South Carolina, the venue delivers a “festival experience” with each concert. It is a place to connect with friends through music and the best local culinary offerings. Yonder Field’s unique food vendors are set in a marketplace atmosphere in addition to a “Food Truck Village” which offers guests many options. Located between Charleston and Columbia, Yonder Field captures the entire population of South Carolina and is a convenient driving distance from Atlanta to Charlotte. Unique features of Yonder Field highlight the environment and agritourism. The venue’s waste management initiative includes dedicated recycling and compost programs to divert waste from landfills. The venue is utilizing its procurement partner, SuperSod, to receive Yonder Field’s compostable waste to make fertilizer. In addition, several acres have been dedicated to gardening at Yonder Field.