The Woodlands Nature Reserve is excited to announce Camp Jam, an outdoor music event featuring Stop Light Observations and other great musical acts. Join us for a socially distant camp out and night of live music among the trees and fresh air on Saturday, March 13. Enjoy spacious camping, vending, and some rock and roll under the stars. If you're not into camping, event-only tickets for the music portion of the event are available as well.
Headliners Stop Light Observations are joined by great music acts Little Bird, Keon Masters, Aggie & The Wildflowers. In addition, we’ll kick things off with a songwriter session in-the-round. Hosted by the one and only Slim Soul, it’s going to be an amazing night of music on stage. In addition to onsite food & beverage options, feel free to bring your own libations and enjoy responsibly. Masks and social distancing are required.
Ticket packages are on-sale now, with a limited number of discounted early-bird tickets available for both event-only & camping ticket options, as well as an option to purchase an additional night of camping for Friday, March 12, for those interested in setting up early.
For those interested in upgrades including glamping & RV options, elevated Zun tents & RV sites can be reserved HERE.
We look forward to seeing you at Camp Jam!
CAMP JAM FAQ
Is Camp Jam family friendly?
The event is 18+, however, guests under 18 are allowed with parent or guardian.
What time is the event?
Camping ticket holders are allowed to arrive at 10 pm to set up on Saturday, March 13. Camping ticket purchasers who choose to purchase an additional night of camping Friday, March 12, are allowed to arrive and set up at 10 am on Friday. Non-camping GA ticket holders are allowed to arrive at 2 pm on Saturday, March 13, with music beginning at 4 pm. The event will conclude at 10 pm.
Can I come out to the Woodlands Nature Reserve early to enjoy the property?
Yes! Every ticket purchaser is welcome to come out to The Woodlands to hike, bike, kayak, and soak up some fresh air and sunshine the day of the event. Gates to the concert area will open at 2 pm, however day users can arrive as early at 10 am to enjoy nature at its finest.
What is the price?
Early bird GA and camping options are available here:
How do I book an RV spot or Zun tent?
Purchase a GA event only ticket at the link above, then head here to secure your RV or Zun tent reservation with the Woodlands Nature Reserve team:
How does this socially distanced event work?
For the safety of all attendees, everyone is required to wear a mask in all public spaces, including the concert viewing area. Masks can be removed when at your individual campsites. The viewing area will have individual areas marked for groups up to six people, with line spacing in place for any vending, restrooms, etc.
What should I bring:
Camping chairs to relax in your viewing area and campsite.
Warm clothing and rain gear to best enjoy the outdoors experience.
Comfortable, closed-toed shoes since the event is all outdoors and hiking the property’s trails is encouraged.
Headlamp, or flashlight.
Tents, tarps, and other camping necessities for all those camping.
Ticket confirmation with QR code (print or digital is fine).
Can I bring my dog or pet?
Yes, well behaved dogs on leash are welcome. Please clean up after your pup. As a courtesy to other guests, noisy dogs should be left at home.
What kind of bathrooms are available at Illuminated?
There will be portable bathroom facilities with sinks for hand washing and hand sanitizer.
Will there be food and drinks available?
There will be a local food truck option during the music portion of the event. Campers are encouraged to bring food and beverages for their camping experience. Portable gas grills are allowed. Beverages are allowed, glass is not. There will be beverages for purchase in the concert area.
Is camping included?
Campers are required to purchase a GA Camping ticket. RV and Zun elevated tent options are available for purchase however note that a GA concert ticket is necessary to access the concert field.
What is the refund policy?
Camp Jam is a rain or shine event. All sales are final.
What is NOT ALLOWED at Camp Jam at Woodlands Nature Reserve?
Glass in any form
Weapons of any type including guns, knives, shovels, hammers
Rage sticks / festival totems
What IS ALLOWED at Camp Jam at Woodlands Nature Reserve?
Coolers with your own beverages, chairs, blankets are welcome
Empty containers such as Camelbacks or reusable water bottles
Small carry coolers (subject to search)
All bags are subject to search
Where is the entrance to Camp Jam at The Woodlands Nature Reserve?
The entrance for Illuminated is the main entrance at The Woodlands Nature Reserve, 20-minutes west from downtown Charleston on Highway 61.
Address: 4279 ASHLEY RIVER ROAD, CHARLESTON, SC USA
Google Maps Link: https://goo.gl/maps/zYkXhjjU7KReSmge6
Does UBER / Lyft operate in the area?
Yes, there will be an UBER / Lyft drop off area?
Can I bring my bike?
Bicycles are allowed and encouraged!
Can I bring my kayak?
Yes, please do. Just be sure to not do anything that would potentially harm any wildlife. Your cooperation with our conservation efforts is appreciated.
Can I bring my fishing gear?
As a nature reserve, we encourage wildlife viewing; fishing is not allowed.
Can I bring my golf cart or other motorized vehicle?
Golf carts and other motorized vehicles are not permitted, however, responsible use of e-bikes is permitted. Event staff has the right to request any patron operating an e-bike in an intoxicated or otherwise unsafe manner to return the bike to campsite or vehicle. Please ride responsibly.
Are sponsorship or vending opportunities available?
Yes, for sponsorship, vending, or general inquiries, please contact email@example.com.