Heads Up: High Water Festival is a family-friendly affair

Go ahead, pack the stroller

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Are you on the fence about going to High Water in April because you aren’t sure if the kids will get pummeled by festival-goers? Never fear: the Lowcountry’s signature music festival is produced by family folks themselves, Shovels & Rope, and they welcome guests of all ages — children under six will be admitted for free with an adult admission.

Stop by the Refuge between acts to take a break in the shade and sip on a flight of beer while the kids kick it on the playground, which sits between the Refuge and one of the stages and comes complete with super soft turf.

Are you a nursing mama? Natural Life is sponsoring a Parent Comfort Station, offering parents an area to feed and change the kiddos, plus there will be refrigeration so moms can store milk in a safe place.



High Water is strict when it comes to shenanigans, so don’t worry about lasers, scooters, or golf carts flying around the venue. You can bring your stroller, but leave your wagons at home.

Re-entry is allowed at the festival, so if a nap is needed (by either you or your child), you can get back in with no trouble. And you can bring your own blankets and towels to lounge on, as well as empty water bottles to fill at the free hydration stations.

So feel free to go see awesome music at High Water festival on April 13 and 14 at Riverfront Park with the kids in tow. Get ready for Leon Bridges, the Head and the Heart, Shovels & Rope, Lord Huron, Dr. Dog, Jenny Lewis, and more. For the full line-up, tickets, and additional info, go here.  

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