Feast Your Eyes on The Woodlands Music & Arts Festival Schedule

The new and improved schedule for The Woodlands Music and Arts Festival is ready for you as you prepare to head to Charleston for three amazing days of music as this brand new fest November 7-9. There are three stages — with no overlaps — so you don’t have to miss a single second of the action.

Posted by The Woodlands Music & Arts Festival on Monday, September 23, 2019



Begin with a tribute to Huey Lewis (The Fake News) before a color war starts with Turkuaz (maybe even a little hockey boxing!), and The Omega Moos do late-night.

Turkuaz – John Ferreira



Your hosts Umphrey’s McGee play two sets each Friday and Saturday. Also on the day’s lineup are Spafford, Robotrio with Cody Wright, and The Movement.

Umphrey’s McGee shot by Zach Sanders

Atlanta’s dynamic Voodoo Visionary are there, too, as well as guitar slinger Heather Gillis to round out a great day.

Voodoo Visionary – Mandi Nulph

Late night? Of course! The New Deal are on tour and will rock along with Manic Focus and Runaway Gin.

Manic Focus shot by Zach Sanders



Two more sets of UM, please! Add to that another appearance from The New Deal, the Burlington boys BIG Something and Zach Deputy. Those Boulder boys SunSquabi will funk things up along with CBDB, Empire Strikes Brass, and The Talisman.

Big Something

There will be a late-night Woodlands All-Star Jam, and Cherub will also be there.

And allow us to suggest that you NOT MISS Doom Flamingo. They blew us away at Suwannee Hulaween! Kanika Moore was stunning!

Doom Flamingo. Photo Credit: David Lee

Have a great festival!


The Woodlands Music & Arts Festival


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