Aiken Music Fest is a 6 event music series on Saturday nights from 6-10pm, with a $10 per person entry fee, located at Highfields in Aiken, SC. Dates for this year’s Aiken Music Fest is below.

June 13

Headliners: Emory Lee Band, Christian Ndeti, Third time Charmers, and The Kenny George Band

Aiken Music Fest Presents: Local Musician Benefit Concert

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We are proud to be leading the way back to LIVE Music in Aiken! We will have music, beer, food, and crafts! Our featuring bands are:

• Emory Lee Band
• Christian Ndeti
• Third time Charmers
• Kenny George Band

Gates open at 2 pm, Music to begin at 3 pm. We can’t wait to see everyone there!

All proceeds from Aiken Music Fest series benefit Gaston Livery Stable!

June 20

Opening: Aubrey Eisenman & The Clydes

Headliner: Big Sky Revival

Big Sky Revival

Big Sky Revival is a 5 piece high energy jamgrass band from South Carolina. Blending various styles, including bluegrass, psychedelic rock, and blues with extended improvisation.

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July 11

Headliner: Hustle Souls

Hustle Souls is an Asheville, NC based soul/rock band who fuse nostalgic, dust-covered-vinyl soul aesthetics with modern sensibilities; recently named one of Music Connections “Hot 100 Live Unsigned Artists & Bands.” Driven by a lust for songwriting, the band’s fervid live performance is heightened by undeniable instrumental prowess and 3 part vocal harmony. With relentless touring, sold out shows and major festival appearances the band has earned a reputation as one of the East Coast’s most promising acts,.

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Aug 15

Headliner: Hans Wenzel & the 86ers

The band has defined an edgy, vocally driven ensemble that embodies the true definition of story telling. With infinite inspiration from haunting tales of heroism, loss, love and personal growth in historic Charleston, SC, the group has quickly amassed a body of work that will draw you in to the old cobblestone laden, foggy backstreets of the South.

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Sept 12

Opener: She N She

Headliner: The Travelin’ Kine

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2014-2017 City Paper Americana Artist of the Year winners The Travelin’ Kine are on the move. This hardworking local outfit has logged serious miles honing their sound: a mix of potent songwriting and fiery country chops, doused with a few shots of whiskey. With the help of a seasoned crew of local talent, singer Slaton Glover delivers a musical message of hellfire and heartbreak, leaving it all on the stage at every performance. Releasing their first album in 2016, the Kine’s first single “Change in the Wind” was voted 2015 CPMA Song of the Year. Their new album “Ride” was recorded at Truphonic Studio and is due out this summer. The Travelin’ Kine amounts to some of the best lowcountry music in years. Catch them if you can!

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Oct 17

Headliner: Cris Jacobs

Spanning rock, folk, soul and funk and drawing from inspiration that runs the gamut from the henhouse to the White House, Color Where You Are is a kaleidoscopic portrait of Cris Jacobs as a songwriter, musician and bandleader. It’s the work of a devoted father and an empathetic member of the human race. More than that, it’s a reminder that there’s beauty to be found everywhere, if you just take a moment to color where you are.

“What am I trying to do with my music?” Jacobs muses. “The simple answer is this: I’m trying to connect with people. To express real-life human emotions and make people feel things. To connect my love of music with my love of writing and conjure up all of the joy and emotions that those things bring to me. To hopefully have people walk away feeling lighter or happier or more inspired to go do something after listening… I want to create a body of work that my family will be proud of one day, and to show that I had compassion to the human condition and wasn’t just a self-indulgent show off.”

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