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Southern Wilds Festival

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Let's get wild this September! Southern Wilds will grace the Lawrenceville Depot District again on September 24th with an incredible new lineup, craft beer, local vendors, and more!

There is a little something for everyone with 2 stages of live music spanning various genres, locally brewed craft beer by your favorites, all the best food trucks ready to serve at Food Truck Alley, local artisans selling their handcrafted wares at Market Row, and (most importantly) community fun for all ages! Ready to make some memories?!

Live music will begin on The Wilds Stage at 12:30pm and on The Main Stage at 2:30pm.  


Southern Wilds Festival feature of Anderson EastAnderson East is an Alabama-born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter with a seductively vintage voice. He is known for his magnetic live performances and continues to sell out shows worldwide. Rolling Stone says, “East’s influences meld seamlessly, stacking his album with R&B grooves, gospel-blues oohs and aaah, surging keys, and blasting brass.”





Southern Wilds Festival feature of Kidd GKidd G started creating his own songs at the age of 15, using his rare gift of turning hometown experiences into natural melodies inspired by both classic country and hip-hop. He grew up in small-town Hamilton, Georgia, but he quickly amassed a dedicated following once he started posting his music to SoundCloud. He’s since landed a spot on the Billboard Hot Country chart and many other coveted Spotify playlists.





Southern Wilds Festival feature of A Thousand HorsesSouthern Wilds Festival, previously Simple Southernality, was founded in 2017 by A Thousand Horses, an American country music band out of Nashville, TN. With roots in Lawrenceville by way of the band’s guitar player, Zach Brown, and a family connection to the local craft brewery, Slow Pour Brewing Co., the band seeks to celebrate southern talent and diversity through both their music and the festival.





Southern Wilds Festival feature of Tiera KennedyTiera Kennedy is an Alabama native lighting a fire in the R&B Country world. She’s been named an ‘Artist to Watch’ by Teen Vogue, Nashville Lifestyles, CMT, Spotify’s Hot Country, Country Now, and Sounds Like Nashville. When not in the writer’s room or recording studio, she hosts a daily radio show on Apple Music Country called The Tiera Show.





Southern Wilds Festival feature of Brendan AbernathyBrendan Abernathy is known for his contemplative lyrics, big choral hooks, and captivating stage presence. He launched his solo career in Athens, Georgia in 2019 writing about his struggles with indecision, discontentment, love, and rejection. Since then, he has garnered over 400k streams and sold out shows in his hometown.





Southern Wilds Festival feature of Cam ChristianCam Christian was born in California, raised in South Carolina, and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He has worked with popular artists like T-Pain and Chance The Rapper, and he recently released his newest album, Palmetto. 






Southern Wilds Festival feature of Grace AsburyHailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Grace Asbury is a true southern singer with a rockin’ country sound. Her ridiculously catchy songs and infectious melodies have landed her on Billboard Country’s radio charts with her single, “Not Me,” breaking in at #48. She recently released her debut album and her appearance at SWF will be one of many this summer. 

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