Blowing Rock Music Festival, Sept. 15

Press release from Blowing Rock TDA:

The Blowing Rock Music Festival once again welcomes a variety of artists to the event stage at the Blowing Rock Attraction in Blowing Rock, NC on Saturday, September 15.

Charlie Sellers, proprietor of The Blowing Rock, said, “Our new entertainers this year will add additional flair to the event, especially as many of this year’s guests have not performed in our area before. We expect this year’s event to be our largest with an excess of 700 attendees.”

Headline entertainers for 2018 include the Harris Brothers, Robertson Boys, The South Carolina Broadcasters, the Jeff Little Trio, Wayne Henderson, and Strictly Clean and Decent. Other acts and groups cover a wide range of musical genres, and include The Neighbors, Shelby Rae Moore Band, Soul Benefactor, Dave Braun Band, and Charlie Carpenter.

The Blowing Rock Music Festival presents an eclectic show at a unique venue, where attendees can enjoy intimate concert spaces and amazing views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Parking is free and easy, with shuttle carts available from the lot to the performance area. Attendees may bring coolers or purchase food onsite from local and fundraising vendors.

Gates open at 8:30 a.m. and the music runs continuously on two stages from noon until sunset, with fireworks to follow (weather permitting). Tickets are $30 in advance and $45 after September 9 through the day of the event. Kids 12 and under are $10. The outdoor event will take place rain or shine.

For tickets, call The Blowing Rock at 828.295.7111 or the Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce at 828.295.7851. For more information and an updated list of performers, visit

The Blowing Rock Music Festival is hosted by the Blowing Rock Attraction and the Harris Brothers.

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