Monday, June 9, 2014
Sol Driven Train and The Windjammer are proud to present Sol Slam on July 18-19 at The Windjammer on Isle of Palms, South Carolina. The fourth annual event will feature nine bands performing on two stages, including an outdoor stage overlooking the beach. The 2014 musical lineup includes top-notch talent with performances by hosts Sol Driven Train, Elise Testone, Acoustic Syndicate, Ryan Montbleau and more.
Sol Driven Train's two performances at Sol Slam will be two of only a few Charleston appearances in 2014 and will showcase new music that the band is currently recording in the studio. On Saturday, July 19, Sol Slam appeals to all ages, starting off with an early Sol Driven Train Kids Show and stand-up paddleboarding demos by Charleston SUP Safaris, and ends with unforgettable music collaborations.
Tickets are on sale now online at www.soldriventrain.com/solslam or www.the-windjammer.com. A limited number of discounted two-day passes to the event are available for $35 each and include a 10-percent discount at The Windjammer bar. Friday passes are $20; full-day Saturday passes are $20 (starting at 4 p.m.). Admission is free on Saturday until 4 p.m.
A portion of ticket proceeds from Sol Slam and 100 percent of shuttle donations will be donated to Surfers Healing, giving children with autism one of the most free and healing experiences anyone can feel, surfing.
Sol Slam shuttles and a discounted hotel rates will be available once again this year. SC BarCar will do two roundtrip runs between James Island, Mount Pleasant and The Windjammer. Shuttle admission will be a donation to Surfers Healing. Seaside Inn is offering a discounted rate for Sol Slam attendees to stay on the beach and next door to the festival. Call 888-999-6516 and mention Sol Slam for a discounted rate of $219 per night.
For more information on Sol Slam including a daily schedule of bands, the shuttle schedule and to purchase tickets, visit www.soldriventrain.com/solslam.
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