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String Cheese Incident Brings Hulaween To Live Oak Florida
Headliners String Cheese Incident, STS9 and Big Gigantic will perform during the Halloween-themed music festival at Suwanee Music Park on Oct. 31 - Nov. 1

It’s been three years since the String Chesse Incident threw their first halloween-themed festival in Hampton, Virginia, playing alongside The Disco Biscuits in the two-day extravaganza they dubbed “Hulaween.” And for three years Cheeseheads have waited patiently for the return of their beloved spooktacular festival, wondering why Hulaween had been a one-time special. But our prayers have finally been answered because Hulaween is back and making its new home in the breathtaking Suwanee Music Park of Live Oak, Florida, this time for three nights of costumed jamband bliss.

Kicking off on October 31, SCI will be joined by headliners STS9 and Big Gigantic with supporting performances from Emancipator, Conspirator, Steve Kimock & Friends, Brock Butler and many more.

Prepare to gobble down the cheese all weekend because SCI will be playing all three nights of the festival, performing a special three-set show on Halloween night and two-set shows on the following nights.

And there couldn’t be a more fitting venue than Suwanee for the return of what promises to be an epic (and hopefully yearly) Halloween soiree. Home to jamband music festivals such as Bear Creek and Aura, Suwanee Music Park’s inviting stages, sweeping Oak trees, lush meadows and breezy lakeside camping plots make it the ideal setting for any musical event.

Taking advantage of Suwanee’s capacious fields like no other festival has done before, Hulaween will transform a portion of the venue into a visual arts extravaganza called the Spirit Lake Promenade. Flanked by mesmerizing light installations, art exhibits and live performance art, the Spirit Lake Promenade will feature work from some of the Southeast's most talented fire/metal workers, sculptors, lighting designers and painters, as well as host the late-night Silent Disco stage.

So grab your spookiest masks, heaviest winter coats, warmest dancing shoes and closest fun-loving friends and head on over to Suwanee Music Park for the glorious return of Hulaween. We promise no tricks this Halloween, only irresistibly funky treats. Tickets can be purchased here.