Music, games, food, and beverages.
It doesn’t get any better than that!
Hightower Music Festival brings a special kind of fun to music lovers of all ages. Gates open at 2 p.m. as the Festival offers a full day of play on Hightower field. Live music begins at 3 p.m.
Instrumental tickets grant you access to a dedicated bar, indoor bathrooms, and premium parking, along with your festival ticket. Instrumental tickets are limited.
Special note: bring your ID if you are over 21 and plan to drink alcohol.
As you take in the energetic tunes of the alt-country line up, you can compete in some of your favorite games from cornhole to Jenga. Food trucks, along with beer and wine options round out the day. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs, sunscreen, and your friends to enjoy the Festival.
Check out the artists!
• Blue Dogs – 9:15 p.m.
• Whit’s End – 7:30 p.m.
• TBA – 6 p.m.
• TBA – 4:30 p.m.
• Haley Mae Campbell – 3 p.m.
All Festival tickets also allow free same-day entry to Historic Brattonsville from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Check in at the Visitors Center, located at 1444 Brattonsville Road.
The Blue Dogs have been defining Americana since 1987, long before the genre had a name. Known for spontaneity and audience engagement, their sound combines vocals from lead guitarist Bobby Houck and upright bassist Hank Futch, along with the pedal and steel drums, a harmonica, fiddle, and mandolin make for unforgettable live shows.
Whit’s End began in 2016 by Chris “Whit” Whitaker as a local band, just for fun, but soon became a full time job. He describes his music as “real and gritty” and specializes in Waylon Jennings and Outlaw country music. Other band members include: Brandon Ashley, lead guitarist, Franko Ocasio on bass, Steven Branham with drums, and Dillon, guitarist.
New York-born and South Carolina-raised, Campbell’s music is a hybrid of city-slicker sass and small-town sensibilities, mixing rock-style vocals with a country-style twang. Since the release of her first album in 2015, Campbell has opened for country stars including Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, and Carly Pearce, as well as The Avett Brothers and performed alongside headliner Sheryl Crow at Charleston’s 9th Annual First Flush Festival.
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Hightower Music Festival
Things to leave at home because you can’t bring them onto the site: weapons, illegal drugs, pets, coolers, outside food or beverages (except what you may bring for tiny humans), tobacco of any kind, anything that makes fire (including grills and tiki torches), stuff to sit on other than a blanket or folding chair.