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Carolina in The Fall Music and Food Festival - Sept 23 and 24

Destined to become an annual pilgrimage of bluegrass and folk music lovers from around the nation, Carolina in the Fall will be held the last weekend of September each year. In addition to great music, those that attend will be treated to some of the State’s best food as each year food trucks from the region will bring their secret recipes to feed the masses and vie for the Carolina in the Fall Food Truck Championship trophy. Additionally, local vineyards and regional craft beer breweries will be onsite to provide a taste of the region’s best beverages.

Make plans now to be in Wilkes on September 23rd and 24th to enjoy the sights and sounds of the season of Carolina in the Fall.

The Kruger Brothers | The Infamous Stringdusters | The Steel Wheels | Symphony of the Mountains | Flatt Lonesome | Humming House | Snyder Family Band | Nora Jane Struthers and the Party Line | Front Country | Molly Tuttle Band | Slocan Ramblers | Sarah Siskind (w/ Travis Book) | Locust Honey | The Contenders | BackPorch Bluegrass | The Honey Dewdrops | The Buck Stops Here | The Hook & Bullet | Moore Family Band | The Non-Prophets | Time Sawyer | The Trailblazers | ShadowGrass | Wayne Henderson & Friends | Bandits Roost | Strictly Strings | Uncle Joe & the Shady Rest | Cane Mill Road | Bob & Roberta Kogut | Foothill Cloggers | High Country Cloggers

Now Playing icon Listening to: The Sam Bush Band with The Infamous Stringdusters @The Festy 2015
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“Life is like music for its own sake. We are living in an eternal now, and when we listen to music we are not listening to the past, we are not listening to the future, we are listening to an expanded present.” ― Alan W. Watts
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