Cold Mountain Music Festival coming to Lake Logan June 4th, 2022

Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Thursday, March 3, 2022

After two quiet years due to Covid-19, Cold Mountain Music Festival is excited to announce the  Festival’s return with a lineup you won’t want to miss. The Festival will take place at beautiful Lake Logan in Canton, North Carolina on June 4, 2022.

Headlining the Saturday event is North Carolina based 2021 Grammy-nominated alt-country / indie folk  band Hiss Golden Messenger. The 2022 Cold Mountain Music Festival lineup will also feature  performances from Athens Georgia based indie-rockers Futurebirds, 30-year veterans of the California bay area music scene The Mother Hips, North Carolina based husband and wife fronted Chatham Rabbits (performing with a full band!), and the female fronted celtic/bluegrass sensations from Dublin, Ireland I Draw Slow. Those who choose to camp or lodge on-site for the weekend will enjoy more live  music on Friday night.

Cold Mountain Music Festival has been recognized as one of the Southeast’s best goldmines for live  music, outdoor recreation, and family-oriented activities. Located just outside of Asheville in one of  Western North Carolina’s most pristine stretches of land, Cold Mountain Music Festival is made even better by the vibrant Pisgah National Forest as its playground and encourages exploration throughout  the immersive experience. At the heart of the festival site is the glistening Lake Logan, which boasts  plenty of swimming, kayaking, paddle-boarding, and more. With performances by some of live music’s  leading forces on the scene, fun vendors, and plenty of family-friendly offerings, the upcoming Cold  Mountain Music Festival will offer an amazing kick-off to a summer of fun.

Proceeds from the Festival support the nonprofit ministries of Lake Logan – Retreat Center, Camp  Henry, and the Outdoor School – making it possible to offer summer camp scholarships and program  offerings throughout the year for every member of the family. Lake Logan’s mission is to serve Christ  by welcoming all generations to experience restoration and reconciliation with God, one another, and  all creation.

Festival passes are on sale now. General admission is $60 for adults, $40 for youth, and free for children  under 11. Campsites and catered breakfast can be reserved when you purchase your tickets, and they  will sell out. Cold Mountain Music Festival is presented by the Diocese of Western North Carolina  with partners iHeartMedia and Haywood County Tourism Development Authority. Sponsorship,  vendor, and volunteer opportunities are available. Learn more at

About Lake Logan: Located in Haywood County in a pristine valley near the Blue Ridge Parkway, Lake Logan is a ministry  of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina. The Retreat Center is open year-round to host all  types of events, groups, and individuals for retreat, rest, renewal, and recreation. Camp Henry is a  summer camp program for children, youth, and families. And the Outdoor School offers a year-round  outdoor education program for learners of all ages. The 300-acre property is adjacent to the Shining Rock Wilderness Area of Pisgah National Forest,  featuring a mile-long lake fed by the West Fork of the Pigeon River. The lake is surrounded by forested  and open land, a wide array of historic buildings with 86 cabin beds and 80 dorm style beds, plenty of  places to gather indoors and out, and five primitive campsites. Lake Logan is often described as “a thin  place,” where visitors experience the serenity of God’s glorious gifts. All are welcome to this special  place, where the power of nature’s bounty nourishes, restores, and rejuvenates.