Soulshine Farm Music Fest returns Aug. 8-10

Press release from Soulshine Farm Music Festival:

Asheville and western North Carolina’s highly anticipated music festival is back for its sixth official year, August 8-10 2019. Early bird tickets are available for purchase now at and will increase in price as we get closer to the event.

Soulshine Farm Music Festival takes place in picturesque Green Mountain, North Carolina about 45 minutes from Asheville. The family friendly, three-day event features select national and regional acts, but also really dips in to the local flavor of the Asheville area. Past headliners have included Acoustic Syndicate, Aaron ‘Woody’ Wood, Nikki Talley, Malcolm Holcombe, The Screaming J’s, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Town Mountain, Toubab Krewe, Jeff Austin Band, the legendary Mac Arnold and Larry Keel. The 2019 lineup has not been officially announced. The festival also features many local artisan craft vendors & food trucks.

“We use this festival as a platform to gather all the amazing art and music our area has to offer,” Randi Glover, Co-Producer/Festival Director says.

“We encourage the musicians to camp out, and the ones that do make the unplugged hours that much more fun and special,” adds Christopher Glover, Co-Producer/Music Director.

The festival is entirely volunteer run and relies heavily on support from the community. If you are a local business and want to be a part of the magic that is Soulshine, please apply for a sponsorship here.

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