Carolina Rebellion Campground
I have been attending this event for the last 5 years. It's the one thing I look forward too every year, I literally count days until the next years. This is my happy place, which is why it really really saddens me to see them do away with it.. I've had fantastic memories, met amazing people and seen so many mind blowing performances over the last few years. The Carolina Rebellion has pulled me out of a tough place in life and has built an amazing rebel family. Yeah the dust sucked and prices were high but they really built an amazing rock experience for people of all ages, sexes and ethnicities to enjoy.
I worked the event. Lots of loud music and scantily clad women. Lobster weekend I call it. Come in white, leave red. The venue is very very good. 4 stages all types of music. Noon til midnight 3 nights.
Dante The Mad
I gone the past 4 years and every year it's more of the same. Parking can be a pain but the guides are clear. Campgrounds themselves are kept up with. The venues never fail to impress me and I'm always left wanting more from the bands. No doubt one of the best rock shows in the south east. I don't plan to stop coming. Ever.
Love the shows, but the prices are ridiculous. Two cans of domestic beer were nearly $20. $5 for a bottle of water when temperatures reach in excess of 90. We always end up paying for VIP so that we can enjoy shows at a distance in the shade and tailgate prior to the shows starting. If you attend, bring a good bit of cash if you plan on staying hydrated or plan to eat at the festival.
Great place to have the outdoor concert series. Plenty of room and was a great experience for my early teenage son and his cousin. Wish i could have found some shade though....lol. be warned though, once inside the concert ur stuck paying for 15 dollar burgers.