North Charleston, SC
Posted about 1 month ago
High Water Music Festival
High Water Festival - The High Water Festival is an annual music and cultural gathering that takes place in the historic city of Charleston, South Carolina. Curated by acclaimed folk duo Shovels and Rope, this two-day event showcases a diverse lineup of renowned musicians, including both established and emerging artists. In addition to the incredible performances, festival-goers can also indulge in local cuisine, browse artisanal vendors, and enjoy the charm and beauty of the Holy City.
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