CHARLOTTE, NC - The Whitewater Center, an outdoor center located alongside the Catawba River, is finally holding a highly sought after and eagerly awaited by people Live Music Festival named River Jam. Unlike other music festivals in general, River Jam will be held not only at an outdoor venue, but also in the middle of the world's largest man-made whitewater river.
Unlike other music festivals, River Jam will be held not only at an outdoor venue, but also in the middle of the world's largest man-made whitewater river. The event, which has been held since May 2021 and is planned to continue until next September, performs every Thursday night, Friday night, and Saturday night.
The music that was played at this festival is not limited to just a few genres. The variety of genres is very diverse, including Americana. Bluegrass, roots rock, folk, and even funk music are played at River Jam. The High Drivers, Mike Mains, and The Branches Swim In The Wild, and Abby Bryant & The Echoes will be playing as well at The River Jam.
The Whitewater Center itself was established in 2001. The Whitewater Center aims to bring people and families together and to provide outdoor facilities so that people can feel comfortable again amid nature. Promoting great access using natural resource management and increasing the amount of protected lands is also the main goal of The Whitewater Center, although the bottom line is to help people to connect with shared outside experiences. Other outside activities that people can enjoy experiencing at the Whitewater Center are yoga, open water swimming, and rafting.
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