Charleston, South Carolina's picturesque Daniel Island was the setting for the 2016 Southern Ground Music and Food Festival. Organized and headlined by Zac Brown Band, the huge event boasted a lineup ranging from rock royalty to country music newbies, along with cuisine from some of the country's most celebrated chefs. Flip through photos of Zac Brown, Bruce Hornsby, Kacey Musgraves, Hunter Hayes, Cam, Tedeschi Trucks Band and many more artists from the fifth annual festival.
The rock icon played piano and accordion during his lively set — calling Zac Brown on stage to join him at one point.
The multi-instrumentalist played songs from his new album, The 21 Project.
The "Pageant Material" singer brought neon cacti to highlight her country-to-the-core set.
The Alabama native played his new single, "Livin' the Dream."
A longtime friend of Zac Brown Band, Franti has performed at the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival for several years.
A Thousand Horses' energetic set was a mix of Southern rock, country, blues and soul.
Nicknamed the "Father of Newgrass," Bush brought his Kentucky roots to the South Carolina stage.
The ACM's New Vocal Group of the Year played songs from their debut album, Meat and Candy.
The husband-and-wife led band tried out songs they'll play on the road this summer on their Wheels of Soul tour.
Fresh off a tour with Gary Clark, Jr., the Nashville-based duo of Kallie North and Jessy Wilson played songs from their debut LP.
The Southern rock icons played a long list of their classic hits, including 1973's "Can't You See."
A member of Zac Brown Band, Coy Bowles also played with his own group, Coy Bowles and the Fellowship.
The country newcomer dazzled with songs from her debut album, including "Burning House."
Zac Brown Band headlined both nights of the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, with lead singer Brown also joining many of his opening acts.