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Attendees assume all risk and liability of attending this free event. The festival is located on public property and anyone that attends chooses to do so on their own free-will and forfeits all rights to litigation against festival organizers, Doug Gainey Promotions, LLC., Doug Gainey, festival sponsors/partners, benefiting charity, staff/volunteers, contracted vendors, and Drift Jam - Flotilla Music Festival. Additionally, the parties listed above are not liable for any accidents, injuries, or illness associated with this festival. By attending Drift Jam - Flotilla Music Festival your agreement to these terms is implied, with no exception. We're a non-profit, free event. We are not responsible for anyone's lack of common sense or basic survival skills. Please know your limits and stay within them or you will be asked to leave for the safety and security of those around you. Follow the rules, be respectful to those around you, and everyone will have a great time while supporting an amazing charity!

​GLOW CO.

​KING VULTURE

​Hailing from Nashville, TN, Glow Co. writes pop music with an R&B flare. Glow Co. defies the typical image of the city of country music with their vibrant style and unique sound.

​DJ A-TUCK

​Cravin' Melon was formed at Clemson University in 1994 after the dissolution of two other local South Carolina bands, Doghouse and The Next Move.[1] The band gained popularity on the regional live scene, and after a self-pressed EP and full-length, they signed to Mercury Records and released Red Clay Harvest, in 1997. The album spawned a minor radio hit, "Come Undone", which peaked at #37 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart.[2] The band's style and geographical roots prompted frequent comparisons to contemporaries and tourmates Hootie & the Blowfish and Edwin McCain.[3] After a 1998 EP, the band was dropped from the label and recorded a final LP in 2000 before breaking up on May 19, 2001; a double live CD of one of their last performances was subsequently released.[4] The band reunited in 2008 for a reunion tour that went very well. They are continuing to do shows in 2010. Lead singer Doug Jones released a solo album in 2007 Doug Jones Everybody Doug Jones. At their December 26, 2009 concert at the Wild Wing Cafe in Greenville, SC, the band announced plans to make a new album in the near future. The band has recently regained some of its past regional popularity, headlining several events including the 2010 Rock Hill, SC 4 July Festival, the 2010 and 2011 Virginia Cantaloupe Festival. Headlined the City of Greer Freedom Blast event in 2009.

COREY SMITH

CRAVIN' MELON

acoustic duo

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The fan-made man, has sold over 1 million concert tickets, 1.5 million digital singles and over 220,000 albums.

Smith has amassed an unfailingly devout fan base, not only in his native Southeast region, but all around the nation, simply by telling it the way it is.  He has released 10 albums—including 2011’s Top 20 release The Broken Record.  Corey has written every word on every album himself and he produced 9 out of 10 of the records. In Summer 2015, Corey teamed up with producer Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band) for his album, “While the Gettin’ Is Good,” which was released on Sugar Hill Records.  Smith’s concerts, which were documented on his last live record, Live in Chattanooga, regularly sell out, with audiences singing along to such fan favorites as the coming-of-age anthem “Twenty-One,” the nostalgic time warp “If I Could Do It Again” and the group hug “I Love Everyone.”   Corey consistently tours, hitting around 120 dates per year and has begun releasing singles from his upcoming project, the Great Wide Underground.

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Think the name describes these five guys with half a million road miles and almost ten years together. They have weathered all types of adversity and setbacks. Some how when they should've gave up they keep on putting out music. The longevity and determination says a lot about their character and desire to make music. They have had a #1 on Sirius/XM the Highway with "Moonlight Crush". They have played some of the best venues and biggest festivals in the U.S. such as "Taste of Country" in New York and CMAfest in Nashville along with many others. They have shared the stage with Jake Owen, Keith Urban, Darius Rucker, Neal McCoy, Colt Ford, Corey Smith and Gary Allan just to name a few.


More of a Voltron, less of a supergroup.