Robert Randolph & The Family Band headline the First Flush Festival

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Each spring at the Charleston Tea Plantation the tea plants awaken for another growing season and a full day of fun, food, live music and games arrives with the First Flush Festival.

This year, Robert Randolph & The Family Band will be the headlining musical act. Songwriter Corey Chisel and local roots-rock group Crowfield will be taking the main stage as well. Local acts will be performing on a side stage throughout the day, so come out to hear some great up-and-coming Lowcountry artists.

Join in on the fun this Sunday, May 16th at 11 a.m. Tickets to the festival are for sale online for $20 a piece and will jump to $25 a piece at the door.

The Charleston Tea Plantation is located at 6617 Maybank Highway on Wadmalaw Island.