Carolina in the Fall audience at night

May 21, 2015

Carolina in the Fall™ presented by Wilkes Communications, Inc. has announced that Artist Workshops will be held in the Great State Auction Building located on Main Street in Wilkesboro. Musicians from the bands performing at the festival will lend their time and talents to help others grow their knowledge and skill in these fun and relaxing workshops.

“While we are gathering at Carolina in the Fall™ to celebrate our music heritage and culture, we also want to help our fellow musicians develop their skills and love for the music of our region. We look forward to spending this time with old friends and also making lots of new ones as well during these workshops”, says Uwe Kruger of the Kruger Brothers.

The workshops are included in the festival entry fee. Space is limited to 250 participants per session and will be on a first come, first serve basis. These 50 minute sessions will allow festival participants to interact with the artists as they discuss all aspects of music. Sessions will be between 11 AM and 5 PM both days of the festival beginning on the hour.

Carolina in the Fall™ is making its’ festival debut this year in Downtown Wilkesboro on September 25th and 26th. Gates will open for the festival each day at 10 A.M. with music beginning at 11 A.M. and will continue until 9 P.M. in the evening. Each evening of the festival, VIP ticket holders will be treated to the Carolina Jam™ at the Yadkin Valley Event Center at the Wilkesboro Holiday Inn Express. This once in a lifetime band jam experience is scheduled to begin each evening at 10:00 and conclude at Midnight.

Two day festival passes are $20.00 and two day VIP passes are $60.00. Tickets are limited and are available online at Carolina in the Fall is a production of Heart of Folk, LLC and is presented by Wilkes Communications, Inc. Visit their website for more information about the festival and its’ sponsors.