South Carolina’s High Water Festival will make its grand return to North Charleston’s Riverfront Park next year on April 23-24.
Artists set to perform at High Water 2022 include headliners Jack White and My Morning Jacket, alongside Modest Mouse, Black Pumas, Shovels & Rope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Caamp, Mavis Staples, Local Natives, Sharon Van Etten, Bahamas, Delta Spirit, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Jade Bird, Amythyst Kiah, Felice Brothers, Adia Victoria, Shannon and the Clams, Cedric Burnside, Palm Palm and Jeremie Albino.
2-Day Tickets are available for SMS pre-sale now and include General Admission, VIP, the Platinum program and High Water’s first-ever Weekender package – a new top-tier festival experience which includes all the benefits of the Platinum program and an overnight stay on the festival grounds in your choice of stunning accommodations. To purchase 2-Day Tickets and for the full list of amenities, visit www.highwaterfest.com/tickets.
A Celebration of Music, Food, and Libations – High Water is a haven for foodies, showcasing the tastiest flavors around. In between performances, fans can stop for a bite to eat from local and regional eateries or grab a cold, crafter brew or cocktail. Festival-goers can also take a stroll through the local craft vendors selling everything from handmade jewelry and leather goods, and purchase festival and artist merch.
High Water Festival returns to North Charleston on April 23-24th. The pre-sale starts now and fans can secure their code by signing up for SMS on the festival website. Tickets are available to the public starting Thursday, December 2nd at Noon ET at www.highwaterfest.com.
High Water Festival is produced by Shovels & Rope, AC Entertainment and C3 Presents.
Shovels & Rope – the musical duo of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst – carved out a niche in the music world with strong, roots/indie/folk/rock-inspired efforts as well as a powerful live show, a pair of Americana Music Awards, far reaching tours and a myriad of TV and festival appearances. Trent and Hearst have five studio albums – most recently, the critically acclaimed By Blood – and three collaborative projects – Busted Jukebox Vol.1, Vol.2 & Vol.3 – under their belts. Married for more than a decade, their covenant extends to blood and beyond: as parents, bandmates, and creative collaborators. Outside of making music as Shovels & Rope, Trent & Hearst curate High Water Festival in their hometown of Charleston, SC, now in its fourth installment.