‘Healing Appalachia’ Benefit Concert Announces 2023 Lineup Including Tyler Childers, Charles Wesley Godwin, 49 Winchester & More

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Healing Appalachia is back with another kickass lineup for an even better cause.

The annual benefit concert returns to Lewisburg, West Virginia for three days later this year with a stellar list of performers, headlined of course by one of Appalachia’s finest, the great Tyler Childers.

Other artists taking the stage include Trey Anastasio and Classic Tab, Gov’t Mule, Umphrey’s McGee, Charles Wesley Godwin, Marcus King, 49 Winchester, Amythyst Kiah, Katie Pruitt, Arlo McKinley, John R. Miller, Tommy Prine, Kelsey Waldon, William Matheny, Emily Nenni, Joslyn & The Sweet Compression, Tre Burt, Drayton Farley, Ritch Henderson, Tim Goodin, Jeremy Short, John Inghram, Matt Mullins & The Bringdowns, Stereophonic, Kindred Valley, and according to the announcement post, one more still to be announced.

A cause very near and dear to my heart, the whole benefit concert contributes to several different charities and organizations within Appalachia, with the goal of the event being to raise funds and awareness to combat opioid addiction through a wide array of projects and programs from youth prevention, healthy lifestyles and wellness to recovery houses and recovery to work.

All of the proceeds go directly to Healing Appalachia, and the festival will be held at the state fair grounds of West Virginia on September 21st through 23rd:

“We can’t wait to see you all at the State Fair Grounds of West Virginia, where new faces will be joining the event and an entire additional day of music and healing awaits! Join us from Sept. 21-23 for another unforgettable experience.

Tier One Tickets are now on sale for our email subscribers (please check your inbox), and public sale will begin on June 15th at 10am EST!

Since Hope in the Hills is volunteer-run and recovery-based we’re keeping tickets at a bare minimum so anyone can come and be lifted up. Ticket prices include all three days. On-site primitive camping is also included with each ticket purchase.

See you at Healing Appalachia, and know that your generosity is fueling recovery, music therapy, prevention, healthy reentry and wellness to make Appalachia whole again!”

All tickets go on sale this Thursday, June 15th.

Here’s the 2022 recap video from last year:

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A beer bottle on a dock