Two-Day Bluegrass Festival to Be Held in Middleton Place Woodlands

Awendaw Green and 105.5 The Bridge are bringing back the Charleston Bluegrass Festival on April 7th & 8th. The event will take place at the Middleton Place Woodlands.

The festival provides two days and nights of live bluegrass music (on two stages), food trucks, craft beer, family camping, and more.

The venue is a 6,000-acre site across from Middleton Place Gardens. There are lakes, forests, and fields for you to enjoy. Coastal Expeditions will be on hand to demo kayaks and paddle boards.

Friday’s lineup features The Grass Is Dead, The Barefoot Movement, Fireside Collective, Southern Flavor Bluegrass, Southbound 17, and Steady Hand String Band.

Saturday includes Band of Ruhks, Dallas Baker and Friends, Flatt City, The Bushels, Triangle Bluegrass, Pinkerton and The Brinks, Violet Bell, Red Cedar Review, Daniel Patrick, The Black Iron Gathering, Cane Creek String Band, YeeHaw Junction, The Pluff Mud String Band, River Boy, and Sauratown.

Advance Tickets are available online until April 6th or at the gate  on the day of the festival. Ticket prices are:

  • Advanced Purchase
    • Friday - $15
    • Saturday - $20
    • Weekend - $40
    • RV - $175-$200
    • Campsite - $15, $10 (single)
    • Kids $10 (6-12)
  • Day of
    • Friday - $20
    • Saturday - $25
    • Weekend - $45

The festival will support Equine-assisted therapy in the Lowcountry, The Bee Cause Project, and Adam Gorlitsky's non-profit “I Got Legs” (igotlegs.org).

It will be located at 4279 Ashley River Road in the historic plantation stretch of Highway 61, across from the Middleton Equestrian Center.  Gates open at noon Friday and 10am on Saturday.

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