Stills in the Hills Festival Comes to Seven Springs in June

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Seven Springs hosts the inaugural Stills in the Hills, an Appalachian jamboree on June 15 & 16.

Seven Springs hosts the inaugural Stills in the Hills, an Appalachian jamboree on June 15 & 16.

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Dates

June 15-16, 2013

Cost

$55 for one day; $75 for boths days.

Highlights

Bud Light Stage Headliners: the legendary Sam Bush, Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Joe Purdy, Brown Bird, Larry Keel & Natural Bridge, The Last Bison, Rising Appalachia and Bucky Covington.

The Scoop

Celebrate sustainability and local Appalachian culture at Pennsylvania's Seven Springs Mountain Resort this June. Stills in the Hills is an Appalachian Jamboree, featuring a great selection of live music spread out over two stages. The Bud Light Stage features headliners Sam Bush on June 15 and Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band on June 16 (their current album is ranked #1 on the iTunes Blues Chart). 

There will also be a Local Legends Stage, where acts like Meredith Holliday, Gypsy and His Band of Ghosts, Corn Liquor Saints String Band and more will entertain guests in the picturesque mountain setting of Seven Springs.
 
Kids are welcome at the jamboree, where they can entertain themselves in the Little Buckaroo Kids Zone, making art projects that practice sustainable habits. 
 
Guests 21 years of age and older can participate in small batch spirits taste testing between sets. Guests can enjoy small batch offerings from a variety of distillers and celebrate the rich history of the area. Guests can also shop in an open-air marketplace for local goods, There will also be live demostrations on how to build ukulele's and guitars. 
 
In addition to all of that, local museums and non-profits will be in "Sustainable Lane" to educate guests about sustainability and the history of the area.
 
 
 
 
 

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