Charleston Pour House announces lineup for inaugural Into the Woods music festival
CHARLESTON, SC – Leftover Salmon, John Medeski’s Mad Skillet, Doom Flamingo, Andy Frasco & The U.N. are among the bands announced for the inaugural Into the Woods Music Festival, slated for October 4-6, 2019.
Other additions include: The Fritz, Funk You, Kitchen Dwellers, Sol Driven Train, Travers Brothership, Electric Kif, Kozelski, Robotrio, Schema, Reckoning (playing Workingman’s Dead), Reverend Jeff Mosier, Easy Honey, The Motown Throwdown, The Acid Test presented by Reckoning, Peaches for Peace: A Tribute to Allman Brothers featuring Travers Brothership + Robotrio. Many of these bands are slated to play twice during the festival. Other artist additions will be announced soon.
Into the Woods, Charleston Pour House’s music festival, will offer multiple stages of live music. The festival will take place at the idyllic Charleston Woodlands venue, a 6,000-acre eco-paradise located in the heart of the Lowcountry, across the road from Middleton Plantation.
The property features 11 freshwater lakes, a black water swamp, over 60 miles of wooded forest trails, all complete with a landscape covered by a canopy of majestic oaks. This spectacular property will provide the backdrop for what is sure to be an epic weekend of music, outdoor recreation, art, and food among family and friends – all right in our backyard.
“We feel honored and excited to launch a music festival on such beautiful grounds, only a short drive from the core of Charleston, SC,” said Alex Harris, founder of Charleston Pour House and co-founder of Into the Woods festival. “Into the Woods is set to be an intimate, unforgettable experience at a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind venue.”
Charleston Pour House has been Charleston’s premier music venue for 17 years. In true Charleston Pour House fashion, Into the Woods music festival will be unlike any other event. The lineup, production, and experience will be first-rate. Festival attendees will feel completely transported into another world while only being a short 20-minute drive from all the conveniences of Charleston proper.
A limited number of tickets are available. All general admission tickets include two nights of primitive camping and three days of music. Camping upgrades are available to camp on a lake, with vehicle or to bring an RV.
Tickets are on sale now at intothewoodscharleston.com
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