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Wilco, Sierra Ferrell And More to Perform At High Water Festival 2023

November 16, 2022 9:31 am GMT
Last Edited November 20, 2023 12:14 pm GMT

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South Carolina's music and food extravaganza, High Water Festival, has announced its 2023 line-up. Beck, Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Wilco have all been unveiled as headliners for the two-day April festival.

Country's rising star, Sierra Ferrell, has also been confirmed for the event.

The unofficial ‘Best Band-Name of the Festival’ award will undoubtedly go to quirky alt-rockers, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, with Beck and Wilco completing a triumvirate of high-profile headliners from across the alternative scene.

The West Virginia songsmith, Sierra Ferrell, is another confirmed performer that fans will no doubt be excited to see live.

Ferrell's experimental, genre-collapsing sound is quickly gaining the attention of many within the industry, and her fanbase continues to burgeon at a quickening pace.

The festival will take place on April 15-16 in the rural idyll of Riverfront Park in North Charleston, South Carolina.

The venue has long been considered a hidden gem in the region, with fans able to enjoy breath-taking, panoramic views of the Cooper River while listening to their favourite artists.

Joining Ferrell and the headliners will be Bleachers, Father John Misty, Shovels & Rope, Big Boi, Orville Peck, Angel Olsen, Guster, Lucius, Wilder Woods, Bully, Ezra Furman, S.G. Goodman, Black Opry Revue, Madi Diaz, Tre Burt, Kyshona and She Returns From Water.

For more information on the country festivals set for 2023 and 2024 - head here.

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