Lowcountry Dog Magazine along with The Bridge at 105.5 and 98 Rock present WOOFSTOCK 2020: A Lowcountry Dog Music Festival on March 7th at the Hanahan Amphitheater. This all-day kid and dog-friendly music festival will feature several bands, food trucks, and 8 local rescue groups. Gates will open at 11 am and the fun will go until 7 pm that evening.
This year’s line-up :
- Drivin N Cryin
- Lauren Morrow (Formerly of The Whiskey Gentry)
- Greg West
- Gaslight Street
- Sunflowers & Sin
- Matt MacKelcen
- Emily Curtis
- David Higgins
- plus more to be announced
Woofstock benefits eight local shelters and rescues: Pet Helpers, Dorchester Paws, Berkeley Animal Center, Eunoia Rescue, Valiant Animal Rescue, Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary, Waters Edge Great Dane Rescue and Carolina Coonhound.
Early Bird tickets will go on sale December 13th at 10 am. After the $12 early bird tickets are sold out, regular advance admission tickets will available for $28. You can purchase advance tickets at www.woofstock2020.com. Tickets will be $35 at the gate. Kids 12 and under are $5 in advance and $10 at the gate.
Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome, and attendees are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets, but no coolers or outside food or drinks. There will be food trucks, local craft beer, and Tito’s Handmade Vodka, available on site.
A Vendor Village will feature products from local artisans and some doggie businesses. Rescue Row will feature each of the 8 rescues with adoptable dogs as well as a chance to learn more about each of their causes.
The 2019 Woofstock raised $12,000 for local rescue charities and 2020 hopes to raise even more. Visit www.woofstock2020.com for more info.
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