Darius Rucker and SRE Entertainment are thrilled to announce the return of breakout music festival Riverfront Revival to North Charleston’s beautiful Riverfront Park on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8, 2023.
“This family-friendly music and cultural festival featured food, community, and all things Lowcountry in a vibrant celebration of local pride and music,” enthused Destination Luxury of 2022’s inaugural event, noting “the exuberant response from festival attendees.”
The 2023 lineup will be announced soon and promises another great run of performances mixing the best of country and rock, including eagerly anticipated new music from Rucker himself, as well as some of the Lowcountry’s best food, libations, art and culture for attendees to enjoy while they jam.
Early access presale tickets are available now with prices starting at $140 for general admission and $475 for VIP (plus taxes and fees; layaway plans available starting at $25). VIP tickets, which include an exclusive merch package, dedicated entrance, priority and up-close viewing areas at both stages, dedicated bar and access to VIP lounge areas and premium restrooms, are limited and will sell out quickly. Visit RiverfrontRevival.com to sign up
now for Riverfront Revival’s e-newsletter and you’ll automatically receive a code to secure early access tickets via email.
“We were overwhelmed with the support and attendance of our first Riverfront Revival and are thrilled to bring the festival back for more fans to enjoy,” says SRE Entertainment Partner Rob Lamble. “This is a festival built by Charlestonians who want nothing more than to showcase the best our city has to offer with great music, culture and food.”
“Charleston’s hometown spirit was on full display last year and showed us what a local music festival meant to this community,” adds Rucker. “We know 2023 is going to be an even greater experience for fans and we can’t wait to see you there!”
Rucker and the Riverfront Revival team are also excited to announce that proceeds from each ticket sold will once again benefit the Arts in Healing program at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Rucker is passionate about giving back to the Charleston community and has raised millions of dollars throughout his career for the hospital where his late mother was a nurse.
For more details, visit RiverfrontRevival.com and follow @riverfrontrevival on Facebook and Instagram. 2