CounterPoint 2015

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May 22 - May 24 2015

Kingston Downs, Georgia

$175 (GA); $375 (VIP)

CounterPoint Music and Arts Festival will return to Kingston Downs on Memorial Day Weekend, May 22, 23 and 24, 2015. Surrounded on three sides by the Etowah River, the 5000-acre CounterPoint venue will be set among wide open perfectly groomed green grass fields and rolling hills, with beautiful views of the Georgia mountains in the distance. The centrally located CounterPoint site is also easily accessible from most of the biggest cities throughout the Southeast and only 50 minutes from Atlanta.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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