Second annual vacation festival brings taste of Nashville to Jekyll Island March 4–6
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Southern Drifter Music (SDM) Festival returns with an expanded artist lineup and new activities for music lovers, March 4–6 at the Westin Hotel in Jekyll Island, Georgia. A production of Airstream Ventures, the second annual vacation festival will bring Nashville’s greatest music to Jekyll Island, featuring two full days of live performances by singer/songwriters on three stages. When the music acts end at the hotel, there will be more live music to enjoy at local bars and restaurants. SDM Festival guests can also participate in an American Cornhole League tournament, experience a VIP bourbon tasting, indulge in luxurious spa treatments and more, to round out an unforgettable experience. WHEN March 4-6, 2022 WHERE The Westin Hotel 110 Ocean Way | Jekyll Island, Georgia STARTING MUSIC LINEUP* Love and Theft Parmelee *Additional artists, including award-winning Nashville songwriters, to be announced ACTIVITIES After Hours live music Bourbon Tasting for VIP Ticket Holders Cornhole Tournament With the American Cornhole League 60-minute beachside yoga flows Golf & spa amenities Local attractions TICKETS Ticket packages range from $30–$100 and include activities, bites and beverages during the festival. Book here. Fans can also book the full destination package with hotel rooms, activities and tickets here. ### About Southern Drifter Music Festival The Southern Drifter Music Festival is a destination getaway for music lovers. The festival features live performances from talented singer/songwriters in the courtyard of the beautiful, oceanfront Westin Hotel in sunny Jekyll Island. Join us for a vacation weekend of music, fun and food as we bring a taste of Nashville to Jekyll Island. About Airstream Ventures Memorable moments come in many different shapes and sizes. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Airstream Ventures partners with events, companies, and non-profits to create those moments and unique experiences that connect the community on a deeper level.
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