Perpetual Groovew/ The Mantras (Outdoors) and Sumilan (late night Indoors)Outdoor Stage
Gate: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
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$22.50 in Advance, $25 Day of Show
$50 Hopster VIP
Treat yourself to: Jam-Band/Reunion

Food Vendor: DOGS, Latino Heat, App Smoke
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5:30pm – VIP Early Entry

6:00pm – Gates Open

6:30pm – 1st VIP Tour & Tasting (Meet at Indoor Stage in Taproom)

7:00pm – 2nd VIP Tour & Tasting (Meet at Indoor Stage in Taproom)

7:00pm – The Mantras

7:30pm – 3rd and FINAL VIP Tour & Tasting (Meet at Indoor Stage in Taproom)

8:20pm – Perpetual Groove

11:05pm – Sumilan  (Late Night Indoor Stage)

**Car-pooling is encouraged!!**


-Preferred Parking is at the main Taproom entrance at 150 Eastside Drive.

-Tickets will be handed out at check-in for your event poster, which can be redeemed at any time during the event at the Band merchandise table.

-VIP’s are welcome to join any one of the Tour & Tasting group times.


relix logo for stephenPERPETUAL GROOVE

Based in Athens, GA, Perpetual Groove is a long time well established touring act with an enthusiastic fan base and international critical acclaim. PGroove’s music has been described by their fans as anthemic arena rock. Their large catalog of original music offers something for everyone. The addition of an intense, retina burning, intelligent light show creates an atmosphere unlike any other, assuring fans they’ll get a highly polished, yet different show each night.

After a two year hiatus Perpetual Groove will be returning to the road in 2015 for a select few dates, so this will be a very special evening on the Pisgah Brewing Outdoor Stage!


The Mantras, a six piece jam machine born of Greensboro, NC have been conquering crowds and melting minds all over the country progressively for 10 years. The band’s music can be described with all types of varying rock and roll terminology, but is absolutely best defined by each listener’s ear and, equally important, their experience. The Mantras are a family of rock; their closely knit bonds can truly be felt by the crowd whilst the band performs. This is a critical feature of their community. One can easily tell that the musical pockets created by the likes of dueling guitars, gut checked baselines, screeching synthesizers, a complete projection light show and two incredibly symbiotic drummers are no accident. This group of people knows each other and the musical conversation on stage is simply beautiful to watch. The feeling is not exclusive just to the members on stage.

The Mantras’ loyal fan base can testify to the reciprocation of love between performer and attendee, a concert feature which can absolutely lock The Mantras into a new listeners’ brain, and shortly after forever into their rolodex of favorite bands. In a scene where it is sometimes difficult to stabilize a fan base and a consistent identity, The Mantras’ music is transcendent. It has all of the ebbs and flows, peaks and valleys and patterns of constriction and release that can hook someone for life. Each show is a story. Each story is unique.

In addition to the collaborative element between band and fans, The Mantras have shared the stage with some of the foremost titans of jam. Their most recent studio release, entitled Jam Bands Ruined My Life was recorded at Umphrey’s McGee, axe man Jake Cinniger’s home studio, where Jake is featured on two tracks. Shortly thereafter recording, The Mantras opened for and shared the stage with Umphrey’s McGee members while performing the thumping single entitled, “Kinetic Bump.” In addition, The Mantras have collaborated with members of The String Cheese Incident, Tea Leaf Green, and Perpetual Groove among many others. The year 2013 saw The Mantras play over 180 shows, culminating in their annual Mantrabash music and arts festival, held in the beautiful back country of Ferguson, NC.



Formed in the classic city of Athens, GA, and together for almost half a decade, Sumilan has evolved into a sound uniquely their own. Showcased in their studio work and illuminated in their live performance, Sumilan blends prog rock, psychedelic trance, ambiance, and improv, all coalesced with infectious pop minded vocals. Apparent in their newest studio album, En Transit, Sumilan delivers a polished and powerful sound rooted in technique and grown with experience.

With a live performance structured on embellished composition, yet played with rawness and attitude, their sound resonates beyond the venue. The symbiotic energy of the live show leaves the audience satisfied, yet thirsting for the next. With eyes into the future, the band is soul driven into an ever evolving sound that meets the challenge of today, while fostering continuity into the sound of tomorrow.

Pronunciation — SUE-muh-lahn