Livehouse | StellaRising | The Southern Gothic | Headline Band

We will be announcing a new band in our festival lineup each Monday until March 25, when our headline band will be revealed. Stay tuned!


     Livehouse began it's musical journey in 2010. A synthesis of Soul, Funk, Rock, Disco, Country, and everything in between, our emphasis is to make you dance. Livehouse is a totally self contained dance generating machine and we know what it takes to make you hit the floor. With lush harmonies and thick grooves, Livehouse is committed to bring you the best show that we can with an emphasis on having fun. The door is open, welcome to our house.

Live House Band promotional photo
StellaRising promotional photo


StellaRising, a female fronted band formed in Charlotte, NC brings captivating sounds and authentic mixture of radio-friendly original rock/pop songs and energetic covers fused with rock, pop, funk, blues, reggae, and ska. Formed in 2009, the acoustic duo quickly made its mark on audiences and musicians alike in Charlotte and surrounding areas. With decades of experience combined, Stella’s live performance showcases each member’s talents, whether it’s catchy hooks or outstanding musicianship. This five-piece can customize a versatile song list to fit any event ranging from full electric to acoustic shows.

The Southern Gothic

Since 2007, The Southern Gothic original members Connor (lead vox/ guitar/ piano), Spirko (fiddle/ guitar/ piano/ vocals) and Shawn Thacker (drums) have been bringing their unique brand of sun-baked, road-worn country, southern rock & soul to countless stages and fans across the US. Currently based in Nashville, TN, ’SoGo’ has shared stages with such artists as Tim McGraw, Willie Nelson, Big & Rich, Zac Brown Band, Styx, Uncle Kracker, Corey Smith, Gloriana, ZZ Top, Heart and more.

The diverse nature of the artists with whom they’ve toured reflects the diversity of the band’s sound. “It works,” says Connor in regard to the varying nature of the audiences. “We’ve played to country crowds, rock crowds, young crowds, old crowds. We’ve played to jam band audiences and we’ve played bluegrass festivals. The response with all of them has been fantastic.”

The Southern Gothic promotional photo