The 3rd annual SALL Fest brings an award-winning line-up to The Windjammer from October 19-22. The music festival was created after - and named after - Brian Collins’ hit single, “Shine a Little Love.” This year's event boasts twenty-four artists performing over four days.
The fun kicks off on Friday night with Grammy-nominee Shawn Mullins on the Windjammer's main stage. Joining him will be John Driskell Hopkins and Daniel De Los Reyes of Zac Brown Band. John Driskell Hopkins takes the stage on Friday night, while Daniel De Los Reyes hits the stage on Saturday afternoon. Wyatt Durrette and Levi Lowrey will also perform on Friday night.
One of Rolling Stone’s “Country Artists You Need to Know 2016” will be taking the Windjammer stage on Saturday night. The remainder of the lineup can be seen on sallfest.com.
To Brian Collins, music has been more than just a lifelong passion. It has also been instrumental in helping him heal from some tough times in his life. Knowing that music can make a difference in the lives of others, he started SALL Fest in 2014 with the idea that each year, a portion of the proceeds would benefit a carefully vetted foundation or charity. This year, the benefactor is The Murray Center for Research on Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders. The Mission of The Murray Center is to find the causes of Parkinson’s Disease and related disorders, create new treatments for the disease, and ultimately find a way to detect the illness before symptoms develop in order to prevent its progression.
For a full line-up and to purchase tickets, visit sallfest.com.