Pisgah Brewery serves up a plate of FATE with Leftover Salmon, Town Mountain, Dangermuffin, and Elephant Revival

$2 of every ticket sold to this showcase of bluegrass talent will benefit local nonprofit Funding America Through Entertainment (FATE)

(Black Mountain, N.C.)– Colorado Slam grass pioneers, Leftover Salmon, take the outdoor stage at Pisgah Brewing Company for a bluegrass throw down on Sunday, May 26.  The gate opens at 4:30 p.m. and features opening performances by Elephant Revival and Dangermuffin Acoustic, with a special late night show in the taproom with Town Mountain.  The show begins at 5:30 p.m. accompanied by numerous food vendors and local beer on tap.

The event will also be a benefit for local non profit, FATE, who recently just helped raise $4,000.00 for MANNA FoodBank by working with Jim James, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Oskar Blues Brewery.  This will be the second time both Pisgah Brewery and Town Mountain have worked with FATE in 2013. “At Pisgah, we pride ourselves on our community involvement and outreach. FATE gives us a vehicle to join philanthropy with our concert events,” says Benton Wharton, spokesman for Pisgah Brewery. Tickets are available in advance for $24.50 and $30 day of show.  A $55 Hopster VIP ticket includes early entry to the event, a private guided tour and tasting, and exclusive VIP viewing area close to stage with cash bar.


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