The Cashers Mountain Music Festival is being held June 30 and July 1 at the Village Green and Commons in Cashiers.
In just three years, the Cashiers Mountain Music Festival has become one of the most respected events in the Southeast. The festival has featured artists such as the Isaacs, Lizzy Long and Little Roy Lewis, Sierra Hull, the Steep Canyon Rangers, two surprise appearances by bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs, and last year’s headliners, David Holt and Doc Watson.
The event continues the tradition of bringing top-notch regional and national mountain music to the plateau by featuring a special two-night appearance by Grammy award-winning bluegrass superstar Tony Rice.
There will be food, beverages, a children’s zone, arts and crafts, ice cream fundraisers, the Dixie Darlin’ Cloggers, and fireworks on Sunday, July 1.
This is a family and community-oriented event sponsored by the Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce for the benefit of the Cashiers Preservation Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing assistance to a variety of local needs.