The West Virginia Homegrown Harvest Festival is a weekend celebration of musical and artistic talent from across Appalachia

The Infamous Art Collective is proud to help support this year’s West Virginia Homegrown Harvest Festival. This cultural event is set to take place at the scenic Silver Lake Campground in Eglon, WV, a popular venue in Preston County. The festival will showcase many of Upshur County’s artists and musicians.

This year’s event is marked by anticipation and excitement, with festival-goers describing it as “Epic!”, “What the soul needs…”, and “An inclusive community where everyone is welcomed!”

The festival, which was established in 2017, is set against the breathtaking backdrop of Silver Lake in Eglon. Since its inception, the festival has grown from a small-scale assembly of dedicated locals to an expansive gathering of talent from across Appalachia. It embodies a love for West Virginia and her mighty people, for the musicians, the artists, the very best of West Virginia.

This year’s festival, scheduled for Friday, July 29, and Saturday, July 30, promises an incredible lineup of performers, including notable acts such as Revered Rattlesnake, Brasstaxx, Auddity III, A.M.D., Homebrood, Wazoo, The Snatchburg Boys, and many more.

In addition to celebrating the vibrant music scene, the event will also highlight local artists, crafters, and small businesses. Musical performances, coordinated by Peaceful Vibes & Pillage Sound, will begin at 4 p.m. on Friday and resume from 1 p.m. on Saturday.

Attendees can set their GPS to 3086 Seneca Trl Eglon, WV 26716, and be prepared to unwind and unplug upon arrival. The West Virginia Homegrown Harvest Festival is an excellent opportunity to celebrate and support the best of West Virginia while enjoying a festive weekend outdoors.

Tickets for the weekend are priced at $50 and include camping facilities. Single-day tickets, inclusive of camping, are available for $25, while those opting out of camping can purchase a single-day ticket for $15. Children 13 and under can join the festivities for free, and dog owners are welcome to bring their pets for a nominal fee of $5 per dog.

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