With electricity in the air and plenty of friendly vibes, live music returned to Cloverleaf Farm for the first time in over a year, as Old Crow Medicine Show and opener Caleb Caudle welcomed fans back. Created by the team behind Wildwood Revival, the new concept helped remind fans of the curated gathering that has created a community of music fans outside of Athens, Georgia, for the past six years. In this spirit, 'Into the Wildwood' is happy to announce that St. Paul & the Broken Bones will be the next edition of this safe and socially distanced live music experience, July 24th. With the dates for Wildwood Revival 2021 being announced for October 8 - 10, 'Into the Wildwood' is the perfect primer for the South’s best reason you need to get out of the city.
'Into the Wildwood’ features local restaurants Maepole and Cafe Racer onsite with options of ordering meals in advance. There will also be multiple beverage options, including craft beers from Creature Comforts Brewing Co, kept cold thanks to series sponsor YETI.
All tickets for the July 24th date of 'Into the Wildwood' are on sale now, at $45 per person plus fees. VIP tickets with seating closest to the stage are on sale now at $125 per person plus fees. The ticket includes exclusive access to the VIP event space with complimentary wine and Creature Comforts Beer, chef-made pizza from a wood-fired pizza oven, as well as oysters from Athens’ own Seabear Oyster Bar, and private restrooms. To purchase tickets, visit www.WildwoodRevival.com. 'Into the Wildwood' Summer Concert Series is an all-ages event. Stay connected via Instagram and Twitter at @wildwoodrevival and Facebook at www.facebook.com/wildwoodrevival.