With the music industry heading towards a cautious and optimistic nod to the future, enlivened fans, artists and promoters look towards safe gatherings around the corner. Following its epic debut in July 2019 atop Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia, the 4848 Festival announces its plans for a return this year on Labor Day weekend.
A statement from organizers, All Good Presents: There appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel and as we begin to see things open up, we remain optimistic and want to be certain that we can host the best and safest festival possible. As of March 3, the West Virginia Governor lifted some restrictions on schools, restaurants and small businesses but when it came to fairs and festivals, he said “we will clarify guidelines as we get closer”. With the uncertainty of when these guidelines may roll out and how they may or may not affect the event, we have decided to move 4848 Festival to Labor Day Weekend. We are trying to move us all closer to certainty.
All tickets and room packages will be honored for the new dates and any patrons with conflicts with the new dates are able to secure refunds until April 1 via the festival homepage.
Most of the artists from 2020 will return for Labor Day Weekend including Greensky Bluegrass for two-nights as the festival headliner, plus additional bands added to the final mix.
Complete available details on 4848 Festival are available at 4848festival.com.