CounterPoint Music and Arts Festival will host the South’s most exciting Memorial Day Weekend party, bringing headliners Widespread Panic, Zedd, The Roots, Kygo, Knife Party, Umphrey’s McGee and Dillon Francis to beautiful Kingston Downs on May 22, 23 and 24. Also joining the bill are Zeds Dead, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Rebelution, RL Grime, Lettuce, Tipper and many more on four performance stages. A complete lineup is available below.
General Admission 3-Day Passes along with camping, parking and shuttle options are available now at www.counterpointfestival.com. VIP and Platinum Passes, as well as Hotel and Glamping Packages are also available.
Several camping areas will have exciting new amenities at this year’s festival, including a BBQ Grilling Area, picnic tables, the Hammock Zone and a variety of yard games in the CounterPoint RV Park, which offers dedicated location for patrons to park their recreation vehicles, with plenty of space to hang out and enjoy the weekend. Glamping is also an amazing option, offering Safari-Style Glamping Tents equipped with incredible amenities, including real beds or cots for up to 4 people. If patrons are unable to camp, CounterPoint’s round trip shuttles will be available to-and-from Atlanta on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, offering a safe and reliable mode of transportation.
New in 2015, all patrons will have access to The Midway, which will feature carnival rides, a game center, Arts Village, art installations, free water stations, covered seating and dining area at the Kingston Downs Food Court, as well as the Midway Stage, which will include morning yoga and various workshops during the day. In addition, the Silent Disco will feature top tier talent and twice the headsets for an even more spectacular dance party.
Surrounded on three sides by the Etowah River, the 5000-acre CounterPoint venue will be set among wide open perfectly groomed green grass fields and rolling hills, with beautiful views of the Georgia mountains in the distance. The centrally located Kingston Downs is also easily accessible from most of the biggest cities throughout the Southeast and is only about an hour from Atlanta.
The Complete 2015 CounterPoint Music and Arts Festival Lineup: