The Valley Vibes Music and Arts Festival announces its third year and entertainment lineup.
For three years now Valley Vibes Music and Arts Festival has been filling a unique niche for the Chattanooga/Northwest Georgia area as a grassroots music festival that highlights local arts and music. This year it will be taking place from September 3-5 at the Bella Sera Venue in Wildwood, Georgia and the vibes are sure to be high.
Valley Vibes started as a small grassroots festival and has quickly grown into easily the largest locals-only arts event in the Tennessee Valley. Last year its organizers worked hard to ensure that the festival could still take place despite Covid-19 by enforcing safety guidelines. The festival served as a great relief for artists and art lovers alike as they got to experience a bit of normalcy as they rocked out to local bands, watched wrestling matches, and enjoyed the art market.
This year’s lineup is set to be the biggest yet with more than 50 live performances on three stages, dozens of vendors, food trucks, art markets, and many more planned interactive entertainments. Among those who will be performing are local legends like Swayyvo, Strung Like A Horse, Call Me Spinster, Good Grief, SevenStones, and many more.
Valley Vibes is also setting itself apart through its efforts to help the community with the Valley Vibes Scholarship Fund, a new fund created with proceeds from the festival that creates scholarships for local students. The festival is also teaming up with the Tri-State Area Food Pantry to provide food for those in need.
Tickets can be purchased now on the new Valley Vibes website. You can also learn more about the origins of the festival, its mission, and how you can volunteer via the site. Don’t miss out on helping the local arts community recover and catching the vibes!