The Party: On both days of High Water Festival, six chefs, including Kevin Johnson of The Grocery and John Lewis of Lewis Barbecue, joined together to dish out a family-style brunch dubbed "Pass the Peas." Held on the lawn of Quarters H at River front park in North Charleston, this fundraiser benefited The Green Heart Project, an organization that offers garden-based learning programs for young students. Following the meal, attendees witnessed a private show by Shovels & Rope and Ranky Tanky in the Eternal Father of the Sea Chapel. Afterwards, festival-goers flocked to the main stages for afternoon performances from The Avett Brothers, Margo Price, The Shins, and more.
Highlight: The private concert inside the beautiful, historic chapel
Overheard: "And the peas have been passed!"
Beneficiary: The Green Heart Project