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Hidden Wounds!

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Drift Jam - Flotilla Music Festival, created in the fall of 2013 by Doug Gainey Promotions, is based off of the ideas of the former “ReggaeFest” originally started by the Pirates of Lake Murray. Drift Jam has quickly grown into the world’s largest floating music festival! Featuring an array of live music from several genres, this family-friendly water music festival is completely free to attend.

We proudly team up with the 501(c)3 NPO Hidden Wounds, to help support the brave men and women of the US Military. We donate 100% of proceeds raised from this festival to the charity, raise awareness for the charity through our brand recognition, and provide a "mission" for the veterans that very generously devote their time and trade to volunteer with production and execution of such a logistically challenging event.

Hundreds of boats and thousands of people from all over the country converge to enjoy the lake, sunshine, and music. A one-of-a-kind concert, with bands performing on a floating stage that is only accessable by water.

The festival takes place just off of Spence Island on Lake Murray, SC, one of the largest man-made lakes in the U.S. This annual event, now in it’s fifth year of production, is growing exponentially and gaining national attention.

Join us this year on June 2, 2018 and experience one of the most unique concert events you will find anywhere in the world. #DRIFTJAM #HiddenWounds

​(Hidden Wounds is a non-profit organization headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina whose mission is to help heroes battle the invisible war at home. Their mission is to provide peace of mind and comfort for military personnel suffering combat stress injuries such as PTSD, TBI and other psychological postwar challenges. They provide interim and emergency psychological treatment for veterans and military personnel suffering from PTSD, TBI, and other psychological injuries.)