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The Skunk Farm, a unique music and camping venue, hosts two yearly events in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains: The SpringSkunk Fest in April, and The Albino Skunk Music Festival in October. Although most attendees and artists refer to both festivals as SkunkFest. Originally a Bluegrass Music Festival, SkunkFest now features a variety of acoustic music such as Americana, Folk, Alternative Country, Roots, and Bluegrass. This year's Albino Skunk Music Festival will take place October 4th – 6th at Glynn and Susan Ziegler's old farm place, north of Greer, South Carolina.

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The Albino Skunk Music Festival got its name from the sightings of the white skunks on the grounds of the property. Each year, the theme of the festival features original drawings of the Albino Skunk characters to add to the fun. Open to the public; visitors can enjoy an eclectic mix of music, local food vendors, craft beer, handmade crafts, children's activities, and drive-in movies at the venue. For visitor convenience, there is also tent camping and RV camping on-site. 

This year's lineup will include the talents of Shinyribs; Elizabeth Cook; Dustbowl Revival; Seth Walker; Dylan LeBlanc with the Pollies; Caleb Caudle; Songs from the Road Band; Fireside Collective; Matt the Electrician; The Honeydew Drops; Unspoken Tradition; The Two Tracks; Dean Owens; Hank, Pattie & The Current; Time Sawyer; Vilai Harrington & the Hamptones; Ella & Mary; and Tim Tv & the Secret Cirkus. 

Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at the gate. Options include early bird, daily, and VIP. Admission for children 11 and under is free, as is admission for anyone over 80. Children ages 12-16 are offered a discounted rate. The music will take place in the shaded amphitheater area and attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating. 

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