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Dry Creek Music And Arts Festival Releases Line-Up, Schedule Of Events

Big Draft Brewing Main Stage and Beer Garden

The weekend of June 17-18, come celebrate the rebirth of White  Sulphur Springs with a music and arts festival on Main Street. A joint production between Cross  Creek Hospitality, 50 East, The Schoolhouse Hotel, and White Sulphur Springs Rotary, the weekend  will include live music, art, local food, spirits, and brews, and activities for the kids. 

We gather to celebrate the incredible post-flood rejuvenation of White Sulphur Springs. This rebirth  is the shining example of what can be accomplished with cross-sector collaboration. With  businesses, local government officials, philanthropists, and volunteers all working towards a  common goal, the community has been transformed. 

The weekend festival includes concerts and events as follows: 

Rebirth Brass Band

Friday, June 17 

The Schoolhouse Hotel is hosting their official dedication ceremony at 10 AM. The group will  celebrate the incredible transformation of the former White Sulphur Springs High School into the  world’s only fully accessible boutique hotel. The property includes The Varsity Club and The Rooftop  dining experiences, as well as private event rental spacessuch as The Ballroom.  

At 6:30 PM the Gum Store Studios Krewe will kick off a New Orleans style Second Line Parade at  their spot on Gum Street. Heading down Dry Creek Road, folks are invited to join the parade in front  of The Schoolhouse Hotel. Led by Grammy winning Rebirth Brass Band, we will party down to Big  Draft Brewing’s Main Stage to kick off the festival. Don’t forget to decorate your umbrella! Rebirth  Brass Band takes the stage at 7 PM. 

Saturday, June 18 

Starting at 7 AM, Joey Miller has gathered a crew to clean up our downtown creeks. Breakfast for  volunteers is provided by Mountain Steer Meat Company and Big Draft Brewing. To sign up, don’t  hesitate to reach out. Or, just show up that morning ready to do some cleaning. 

Main Street between the lights shuts down from noon- 6 PM. We invite artists and local artisans to  join us to sell and exhibit their wares on Artisan Road on Main Street. Painters, potters, designers,  street performers, and artists of all kinds are welcome. Exhibits open at 1 PM. We also host the  Smooth Ambler Whiskey Wagon, Big Draft’s Banger Burrito’s, Mountain Steer Meat Company’s  burger truck, and more. 

At noon at the 50 East Stage, Stillwater Hum opens the show, followed by Nathan Seldomridge and  the Whistlepig Rodeo. From 2-4 PM, Field Day kicks off on The Schoolhouse Hotel lawn. Bring the  kids for bouncy houses, balloon animals, face painting, and more. 

At 5 PM, Artisan Road will close and the Big Draft Brewing Main Stage will open. Kicking off with  Wayne Graham, followed by Wolfpen Branch at 7 PM. Headlining the festival is John R. Miller, who  Tyler Childers calls “a well-travelled wordsmith mapping out the world he’s seen, three chords at a  time.” He takes the stage at 9 PM. 

John R. Miller

Sunday, June 19 

On Sunday, join us back at Big Draft Brewing’s Cross Creek on Main for Shamarr Allen at 8 PM. The best part of this festival—its free thanks to the following incredibly generous sponsors. 

50 East 

The Schoolhouse Hotel Rich Family Foundation Mountain Steer Meat  Company 

White Sulphur Springs  Rotary Club 

Dan & Marilyn Evans West Virginia Pain Institute Ace Hardware 

Cross Creek Hospitality The Approved Builders 

Greenbrier Valley Medical  Center 

Steven & Vicki Hart 

Warren & Margaret May Craig & Wendy Reagor Fairfield by Marriott 

Hampton Inn by Hilton Quality Inn by Choice Hotels  Barnwood Living 

Gillespie’s Flowers &  


Mark & Cindy Bowe 

Richard Gilliam 

People’s Bank 

The Greenbrier Resort  The Bank of Monroe 

Smooth Ambler Spirits People’s Bank 

Better Homes and Gardens  Real Estate Central 

Martha Robertson 

Maria Soukup 

First Citizen’s Bank 

Dr. Greg Howes  

Neurosurgery Carilion Clinic  Brain and Spine 

CALL FOR ARTISTS: We are welcoming submissions from artists and craftspeople to join us for the  afternoon and showcase your work. To reserve your spot, email 

For the full lineup, schedule of events, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, general inquiries,  and additional information, go to Dry Creek Music & Arts Festival on Facebook or email 

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