On Friday and Saturday, June 20 – 21, the CulloWHEE! Artsfest will fill WCU campus with live jazz, blues and adult contemporary music. Though not released yet, this year’s headliners are promised to match those of last year’s Artsfest. The festival will also offer a fine arts exhibit where purchases can also be made. In addition to the headliners, a variety of musicians from around the nation will perform.
In event of rain the festival will continue. So bring an umbrella or raincoat to keep dry. Chairs and blankets can be brought for seating. Children 13 and younger are admitted for free and there will be activities for them but the dog has to stay home, no pets are allowed in the concert area with the exception to service dogs. Alcohol is also not permitted inside the concert gates but tailgating in designated parking lots is allowed. Food and drinks will be for sale around the concert area.
Tickets go on sale May 12 and the activities will be held on the intramural sports field across Cullowhee Creek from the Ramsey Center. For more information on ticket prices and headline acts call WCU’s Ramsey Center at 866-928-3378 or look on the web at www.cullowheeartsfest.com.