Charleston, SC jam scene hub Charleston Pour House has announced their inaugural festival, Into The Woods, set to take place at the Charleston Woodlands on October 4th–6th.

As the Pour House notes in a statement, they are “delighted to announce, for the first time, we’ll be packing up all the things you love about The Charleston Pour House and taking a trip ‘Into the Woods’ October 4-6th of 2019.”

The Pour House’s inaugural Into The Woods festival will host the likes of Leftover Salmon (two sets), John Medeski’s Mad Skillet, Doom Flamingo, Andy Frasco & The U.N. (two sets), The Fritz (two sets), Funk You (two sets), Kitchen Dwellers (two sets), Rev. Jeff Mosier (two sets) and more as well as Charleston’s own ROBOTRIO and Schema (two sets) under “a canopy of majestic oaks” just outside downtown Charleston, SC.

This 2000+ person festival at Charleston Woodlands is the first of its kind for Charleston and a testament to the rising music scene that the Lowcountry has constructed. Since 2002, The Charleston Pour House has hosted members of The Allman Brothers Band, Furthur, Dead & Company, Aquarium Rescue Unit, and then-rising acts like Greensky Bluegrass, Turkuaz, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Twiddle, and more.

The event will be held on a portion of a property named Charleston Woodlands. The 6,000-acre property has ample room for organic exploration including 11 freshwater lakes, a black water swamp, and over 60 miles of wooded forest trails, all surrounded by 200+-year-old oak trees you will be free to camp beside. As per the Pour House, “This spectacular property will provide the backdrop for what is sure to be an epic weekend of music, outdoor recreation, art, and food among family and friends – all right in our backyard.”

For more information and ticketing details for the inaugural Into The Woods festival, head to the event website here.