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Music Festival Benefits Forests and Wildlife

Outdoor concert being held in the woods.

The 2nd Annual Jam in the Trees is not only a music festival featuring renowned bluegrass and Americana acts, it’s also a benefit for Wild Forests & Fauna, which supports threatened forests and wildlife in Western North Carolina.

This year’s event will be held Aug. 25-26 at Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain. Artists announced so far include Acoustic Syndicate, The Infamous Stringdusters, Peter Rowan, Larry Keel, Tim O’Brien, Jim Lauderdale, Underhill Rose and Ken Tizzard. Arists perform on both a beautiful outdoor stage and more intimate indoor stage.

Tickets start at just $25; $100 for VIPs. More information here.

— Glenn Gillen, APR, S&A Communications

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