The eagerly awaited 2024 edition of the 4848 Festival, presented by All Good Presents, is set to take place from July 18-20 at the scenic Snowshoe Mountain Resort in West Virginia. This year, the festival promises to return bigger and stronger while unveiling an impressive lineup of artists. All Good Presents is set to create an unforgettable experience, combining the thrill of live music with the relaxation of a mountain resort.
As an alternative to the traditional campout festival, the fourth 4848 Festival is once again offering festival and music lovers an evolved summer experience. Taking place July 13 - 15 atop Snowshoe Mountain in Snowshoe, WV (at 4848’ above sea level), patrons get everything a festival has to offer, while experiencing premier accommodations within the resort’s Mountain Village, complete with modern amenities atypical to a three-day summer festival.
4848 Festival performing artists include:
All Good Presents is thrilled to announce the third edition of the 4848 Festival, happening July 7 – 9, 2022. With both festival stages standing tall atop Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe, WV, the event lineup features Greensky Bluegrass (two nights), Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, The Wood Brothers, Leftover Salmon and over a dozen more.
With the music industry’s march towards safe gatherings, organizers for the 4848 Festival announce the artist lineup cementing plans for a return atop Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia this year on Labor Day weekend. 4848 Festival will follow current WV state guidelines and will go on-sale with a limited capacity.
All previously purchased tickets and room packages will be honored for the new dates and 2021 tickets and room packages will go on sale Friday, May 21 at 10 AM ET.
With the music industry heading towards a cautious and optimistic nod to the future, enlivened fans, artists and promoters look towards safe gatherings around the corner. Following its epic debut in July 2019 atop Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia, the 4848 Festival announces its plans for a return this year on Labor Day weekend.
With our sights set on this summer’s festival ever since the lights went down in 2019, it comes with great sadness that we have to announce the postponement of the 4848 Festival. We all intended to stand at the high point in West Virginia to celebrate life with music and friends, yet the global pandemic requires us to consider everyone’s health and the big picture.