Event to be held at stunning Lake Logan, in the shadow of Cold Mountain
The Lake Logan Episcopal Center will host an inaugural music festival, Cold Mountain Music from noon – 10 p.m. Saturday, June 3, featuring IBMA- and Grammy-award winning band Balsam Range, other excellent musical entertainment and some surprises. The event will raise funds and awareness for Lake Logan.
The top-notch entertainment line-up is:
2 p.m. Billy Strings
3:15 p.m. Town Mountain
4:45 p.m. Love Canon
7:15 p.m. Balsam Range
8:30 p.m. Surprise musical guests
This is a family-friendly event. In addition to an afternoon and evening of top-notch musical talent, the festival will feature a kids’ area, food vendors and after-party at the Sit ‘n Whittle Lodge. In addition to Lake Logan’s outdoor recreation areas, there will be a children’s area, planned by the Camp Henry staff.
Attendees should bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets, and wear sturdy shoes sufficient for outdoor terrain. No pets are allowed.
- Food and beverage
The event will have several food trucks, along with beer and wine vendors. No outside food or drink is allowed. Bring cash for vendor purchases.
- Parking, shuttles
If on-site parking is full attendees will be directed to a shuttle location. There will not be any additional charge for parking.
Shuttles will be available through Leap Frog Tours.
— Canton-Waynesville shuttle is $5 per person each way; available on the hour (11 a.m., noon, 1 p.m., etc.). Pick up and drop off parking lot locations include Ingles (both Canton and Waynesville locations), Best Western (Waynesville) and Parking Deck (Waynesville). There will also be a loop with downtown B&Bs and with Lake Junaluska, for the same time schedule.
— Asheville shuttle will be $8 per person each way; available every hour and a half (10:30 a.m., noon, 1:30 p.m., etc.) Pick up and drop off parking lot locations include Ingles at the Outlet Mall, Earth Fare, Park N Ride at Exit 37, off of Interstate 40.
- Location, tickets
Lake Logan Episcopal Center is a stunning 300-acre property in Haywood County, just 30 miles from Asheville. Gates will open at noon for the event.
Event tickets are $75 for adults; students and youth (13-18) are $30; children 12 and under are free. To order tickets, visit http://www.etix.com/ticket/v/12141/lake-logan-episcopal-center. For information, visit www.coldmountainmusic.org.