Corduroy The Pearl Jam experience.
Corduroy The Pearl Jam experience.

Flannel Fest – A 90s Outfield Music Festival comes to SRP Park Oct. 21

(Featured photo is of Corduroy, the Pearl Jam experience)

NORTH AUGUSTA – Flannel Fest – A 90s Outfield Music Festival will be at SRP Park on Saturday, Oct. 21.

The lineup for Flannel Fest is as follows:

Black Daze, the Ultimate Soundgarden Tribute

Rooster, a tribute to Alice in Chains

Corduroy, the Pearl Jam experience

The first band will take the stage at 1 p.m., with gates to SRP Park opening at noon. The show will open with Black Daze and Rooster each playing a 60-minute set, followed by a 90-minute set from Corduroy, according to a news release from SRP Park.

“As we hit the offseason at SRP Park we are continuing to look for new content to bring to entertain the CSRA and are excited to host Flannel Fest,” said Tom Denlinger, SRP Park vice president.  “We look forward to packing the outfield of SRP Park for an afternoon of great music and fun.”

Tickets are available at the SRP Park Box Office, 187 Railroad Ave., or online at  General Admission tickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the event.  Children 3 and under will be free.  General admission ticket goers can enjoy the show from the field as well as the seating bowl.  The stage will be located in centerfield. 

VIP tickets include appetizers and snacks, drinks (beer & wine) and access to the covered E-Z-GO VIP area are $75 and up in advance and $100 at the gate while supplies last. VIP will be located in the E-Z-GO Picnic Patio with private access to the TaxSlayer Terrace as well as Field Access.  VIP will be 21 and over area for this event. 

Parking in Riverside Village for Flannel Fest will be $5. Parking can be pre-purchased.

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