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Sweeten Creek Brewing hosts its first Bele Shred Summer Music Festival

Two days, three stages, 40+ performances.

The front of Sweeten Creek Brewing, the venue for Bele Shred Summer Music Festival, showing a colorful cloud mural and a yellow sign in capital letters reading "Brewery."

Get ready for a weekend of bands and beers.

Photo via Sweeten Creek Brewing

This weekend, Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22, the inaugural Bele Shred Summer Music Festival will spark some nostalgia and light up the lawn at Sweeten Creek Brewing. Check out the current lineup, which showcases the talents of 40+ local singer-songwriters and rock music acts, including Sherwood’s Florist, Jon Charles Dwyer, and Ryan Price.

The $15 single-day ticket will grant you access for the day of your choosing, or you can snag the $25 two-day pass so you don’t miss out on any of the fun. In honor of Juneteenth, 15% of ticket sales will benefit Open Doors Asheville and Hood Huggers International — both nonprofits will have tables where you can learn how to support and will speak about their missions in between bands.

Beyond the music, there will be vendors, barbecue from Bear’s Smokehouse, and of course, brews + cocktails.

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