Tickets are now on sale for the Charleston Bluegrass Festival, set to take place Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25 among the pristine 6,000-acre grounds of The Woodlands Nature Reserve.
“We’re so excited about our eighth annual festival celebrating Bluegrass music in Charleston,” shares Charleston Bluegrass Festival Founder Eddie White. “This year's lineup features a return of the artists and bands that have made previous festivals a success, as well as new musicians that we’re thrilled to see on this stage for the first time.”
Highlighting the event will be recent Grammy award-winner Molly Tuttle as well as Leftover Salmon, a jam band formed in 1989, who are bringing their decades of masterful bluegrass to the main stage at The Woodlands Nature Reserve. Festival-goers can also look forward to Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Keller & The Keels, Kyle Tuttle, Fireside Collective, Armchair Boogie, The Wilson Springs Hotel, Palmyra, Randy Steele & High Cold Wind, Swamptooth, New Ghost Town, Reedy River String Band, Clay Street Unit, Dallas Baker, Admiral Radio, Southern Flavor Band, Yeehaw Junction, Jackson Grimm, The Well Drinkers, Into the Fog, and The Majors Family Band during the two-day festival.
Event gates open at 4 p.m. on Friday, with showtime at 5 p.m., and gates open at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday with showtime at 12 p.m.
General Admission tickets provide access to the beautiful grounds of the Woodlands Nature Reserve and dozens of performances by some of the finest names in bluegrass across multiple lakeside stages. Festival-goers can also enjoy local eats, vendors and art between the music. VIP tickets provide access to designated VIP stage viewing areas, lounges with complimentary refreshments, access to upgraded air-conditioned bathrooms, and discounted drinks at VIP bars.
Single Day: $60 General Admission
Two-Day: $120 General Admission / $229 VIP (per night, not including camping)
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