Houston-based Splice Records and St. Arnold’s Brewery partner up for their third annual music fest alongside the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, Texas.
(AUSTIN, TEXAS – June 5, 2017) – Splice Records is thrilled to announce their third annual River Revival Music Fest the weekend of Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, 2017 along the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, Texas. In collaboration with St. Arnold’s Brewery, the annual fest was created as a place for music lovers to share good times, great tunes and camaraderie, while enjoying all of the beauty that Texas nature has to offer alongside the mighty Guadalupe River. Tickets go on sale and the music lineup will be announced on Monday, July 3. Tickets will be $165 per person, $295 for a two-person bundle, and children under 10 are always free. Vendor and Sponsorship opportunities are available. If interested please contact Splice Records at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The all-inclusive ticket includes two-night tent camping stay at riverside camping, three communal meals, live daytime and nighttime campfire concerts, free Saturday morning yoga session and complimentary beverages during the music and brunch. Located at the KL Ranch Camp-On the River campgrounds in quaint and quiet New Braunfels, Texas, the fest features music genres such as folk, Americana, rock ‘n’ roll, Latin rock, Funkadelic, Gypsy jazz, blues, funk and Texas roots music. Music lineup is TBA (more details coming soon). The fest has sold out the past two years so anyone who would like to attend is advised to purchase tickets as soon as possible. For more information, please see www.splicerecordstx.com/events/river-revival.
“We are not trying to be the biggest festival, or the loudest, we are just trying to the most fun,” says Splice Records CEO Shaun Brennan. “The camping and the Guadalupe river are what separates us from other festivals. River Revival is so much more than a music fest, but the combination of the music and river is our recipe for a special weekend.”
Each year River Revival draws in more than 500 conscious campers, all gathered to partake in a variety of activities geared towards bringing people together for a good time. Activities such as intimate campfire concerts, hiking, river floating, canoeing, various workshops on reptile handling and nature identification with a true master naturalist, “Darkside of the Moon” morning yoga sessions, kids music class, activities and puppet shows, natural live art exhibits by Journey Through, One Pot Cooking Competition, River Revival giveaways and prizes and so much more.
Clean and maintained showers are available on site, but they do require quarters for operation. The campgrounds provide firewood, ice and have a small store on site. Campers are allowed to bring their own supplies as well. Tent campers will have a reserved campsite that will be made for specifically for them. There will be a family area sectioned off for attendees with children. At check in, the campsite number and itinerary will be provided. RV and motorhome spaces are also available on a first-come-first-serve basis but are very limited. The 30-amp RV premium campsites come with a one-time $85 additional cost which can be purchased during the ticket checkout experience.
“We do our best to show our true selves while offering pure southern hospitality to the festival goers by cooking for them, floating with them, offering them cold tasty beverages and performing for them live at night,” said Brennan. “The stage is right next to a flowing river and the food, drink and river time is all inclusive. Not only can you bring your own (fill in the blank), but we provide the campers with free meals and complimentary beverages.”
Splice Records was founded in 2014 by a Texas businessman and film producer Shaun Brennan, along with Houston musician and philosopher Craig Kinsey, who fronted the wildly popular and award-winning band The Sideshow Tramps. The pair celebrated the partnership in July 2014 during a sold-out soft launch at the legendary Fitzgerald’s for the release of Kinsey’s “American Roots & Machines” album. Kinsey and Brennan continue to expand the label by signing Pecos Hank Schyma, John Evans, Ancient Cat Society and most recently, Arthur Yoria.