Q. What should I bring? A. Rain jacket, Flash Light, Tent, Sleeping bag, Pillow, Warm Clothes. Q. What time do the gates open? A. 8am Saturday 9/12 Q. What is parking like? A. Park next to your campsite. Day parking available also. Follow the signs! Q. What is seating like? A. This is an outdoor event! Bring a blanket to sit on, or a camp chair. Q. Can I get a refund or exchange? A. Yes! Because admission is FREE. BT Fest is rain or shine. Q. What items are not allowed? A. No illegal drugs or alcohol are permitted. Q. Do you offer any discounts? A. Yes. It's FREE! Q. How much is camping? A. Camping is FREE and encouraged. You will be directed to available camp sites on arrival. Camp fires are limited to a few community fire rings throughout the grounds. Q. What are our food options? A. Food will be available to purchase! You may bring a cooler with your own food and drink if you like. Bring a charcoal grill or hibachi. Q. Are there restrooms and showers available on site? A. Yes.
An hour of original music and the stories behind the songs.
Rain or shine. Bring a chair. Free Show!
We'll be bringing the trio out for this show. . . . .and a few changes to the line up. Excited!
Sounds Like: Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, Hope Sandoval
Manager: Liz Nance
Bio: Liz is from a time and place in Georgia where women did what they were told and held back tears to hold families together. It didn't take her long to realize that just wasn't her. She started playing bass in a country band at the age of 13 and soon traded it for an Alvarez acoustic guitar given t...See Full Bio
“Downstairs from the bookstore, acoustic duo Liz and A.J. Nance are tucked in the back of the café, which is bustling with college students, young families and baby boomers. Some have microbrews in-hand, while others go for a subtle glass of wine to tie a bow on a cozy evening. It’s cold outside, with crisp air coating the town. Windows are foggy from the outside, as warm souls inhabit within. “It’s very laid back here — the people relax, listen and are respectful of the musicians,” Liz said. “I’m always surprised by how diverse the music is in Sylva. There’s something for everybody. You can hop around pretty easily and catch other shows in town.” Liz straps her guitar back on, sliding into the second set. A few tables down, Sylva resident Gary Montanari is enjoying an evening out with his wife, who’s celebrating her birthday. Guitar notes waft through the room, ricocheting around and falling into receptive ears. . . . . .(follow link to read full article) ”