Lost Hollow Music Fest Fall 2018
The Garden welcomes a lineup of talented musicians with roots in bluegrass and beyond to the Hillside Theatre at Lost Hollow this fall featuring one of Nashville’s most highly regarded session musicians who is currently touring with the Zac Brown Band, a talented group of musicians who bring their special genre-busting brand of music from San Francisco, and more. The event is an annual celebration of Americana music that brings together local, regional and national artists in the most unique performance venue around.
Enjoy music, food trucks, the Garden scenery and more! Amphitheater seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Lawn seating is also available – bring a chair or blanket. Admission is free for Garden members or free with general Garden admission. Tickets are available online or at the door.
Lost Hollow Music Fest Pig Pickin’
Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 13 & 14; 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Reservations required, click here to reserve your plate!
Join the Garden and Ranucci’s Big Butt BBQ for an authentic Pig Pickin’ during Music Fest! An adult plate includes a large size portion of barbecue, rolls, sauce, mac n cheese, baked beans and slaw – $19.95. Child’s potion include a sandwich and choice of two sides – $9.95.
Saturday, October 13, 2018
12 p.m. PJ Brunson
Sunday, October 14, 2018
12 p.m. Carolina Sonrise
After living in Nashville for 23 years, Darrell Scott lives in the country now, but he’s still regarded as one of Music City’s premier session instrumentalists. Scott has had a storied career touring with Robert Plant’s Band of Joy and collaborated with Sam Bush, Steve Earle and Emmylou Harris. He’s written songs for mainstream artists, including Travis Tritt, Zac Brown, Brad Paisley and Sara Evans, all the while bringing his special guitar style to his own gigs. He’s taking a break from his tour with Zac Brown to be with us!
Cutting their teeth in progressive bluegrass jams in San Francisco’s Mission District and rehearsing across the bay in Oakland, Front Country fashioned their own take on roots music and Indie Folk. A mandolinist, guitarist, bassist, violinist and a female lead singer with grit and soul come together to create a show that you won’t soon forget.
David Childers & the Serpents return to the Hillside Theatre with rock, bluegrass and
gospel. On the heels of their new album, Run Skeleton Run, the band is touring America and is as hot as ever. Once a Mount Holly lawyer, Childers has collaborated with the Avett Brothers, who coaxed him out of musical hiatus and made contributions to the new album. Most notably though, Childers will bring to the stage the characters from in and around Gaston County.
Sinners & Saints is a two-man band that recently toured in Europe with a dozen stops
from the Netherlands to Italy. They’ll bring a special mix of acoustic, country-tinged tunes with compelling harmonies and foot-powered percussion on repurposed drums from an abandoned kit.
PJ Brunson has been described as the female James Taylor. Her music is described as eclectic, refreshingly memorable, meaningful and fun. It’s thought provoking, emotion-evoking, genre-bending and the kind of music you have to sing along to.
Carolina Sonrise, a talented group of local musicians on double bass, banjo, guitar and more, brings a special blend of bluegrass gospel to the Garden.