Zac Brown Band’s Southern Ground Music & Food Festival Charleston Lineup Announced

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Zac Brown Band’s Southern Ground Music & Food Festival is surely one of the most diverse and delicious music festivals on the concert calendar, with an always eclectic lineup of performers and a focus on fine eating. The annual event is set to return to its Charleston, S.C., location on October 11-12 with an exciting new lineup.

Joining Zac Brown Band for the two-day fest at Blackbaud Stadium on Daniel Island will be the Old 97s, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Gov’t Mule, Blues Traveler, Big Head Todd and the Monsters with the Wailers, Darrell Scott, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Boy & Bear, Ashley Monroe and Steep Canyon Rangers. Additionally, members of ZBB will have time for their own solo sets, including Coy Bowles and the Fellowship, John Hopkins & Brighter Shade and Clay Cook. Each night will conclude with ZBB’s sets, which routinely include performances from other artists on the bill.

Of course, a big portion of the SGMFF is also the eating. In addition to gourmet concessions available to all attendees, VIP ticketholders can purchase Porch Stage Boxes with onstage seating and a full gourmet meal created by Southern Ground Executive Chef Rusty Hamlin.

Ticket pre-sale for ZBB fan club members begins Tuesday, May 27, and opens to the general public Saturday, May 31.

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