Different location, same spectacular sendoff
With a “magnetic” sound that’s “built to shake the rafters” (NPR), The Lone Bellow is the perfect match for the Festival’s exciting new Finale, held for the first time at Charleston’s beloved stadium, “The Joe.” Zach Williams, Kanene Donehey Pipkin, and Brian Elmquist’s unique style—part Americana roots, part soul, and a whole lotta rock ‘n’ roll—frames the Nashville-based group’s passionate vocals and emotional songwriting, heard most recently on their third studio album, Walk Into a Storm. Through rousing, playful concerts that are as much a journey as they are a celebration, the artists of The Lone Bellow “remind everyone that they are one of the finest folk-rock groups on the circuit today” (Relix).
The party kicks off at 5:30pm. Come enjoy the famously indulgent concessions at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park while The War and Treaty takes the stage at 6:45pm. The Lone Bellow’s 8:30pm concert headlines the evening, followed by a brilliant display of fireworks, drawing the 2018 Festival to a close.
Gates open at 5:30pm
The War and Treaty performs at 6:45pm
The Lone Bellow performs at 8:30pm
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park is located downtown (360 Fishburne St.) with parking in adjacent lots. Reserved, general admission, and Club Level seating is available. Lawn chairs, coolers, and outside food and beverage are prohibited; concessions can be purchased onsite. This event is rain or shine.
Ticket prices range from $30 (general admission) to $250 (Club Level). Children’s tickets are available.