While Dig South Interactive Festival mostly centers on startup companies and innovation, the conference starting this week also highlights local and national performers with a robust live music schedule. Most concerts are open to the public, and some of them are even free, such as “Field Trip at the Dig Show” April 29-May 1 at Cinebarre, featuring local artists such as Regina Ferguson and She Returns From War. Headliner performances during the so-called “Shindigs” also are open to the public and a $50 ticket gets you drinks, food and networking opportunities if you’re in the tech biz. Here are the details for those large concerts.
David Wax Museum, an Americana indie rock group with hints of Latin rhythms, plays at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Charleston Museum. Holy Ghost Tent Revival, a six-piece rock outfit with a horns section, performs at 6 p.m. April 30 at Memorial Waterfront Park in Mount Pleasant. Then, the critically acclaimed Americana artist Langhorne Slim will perform with backing band the Law during the festival finale at 6 p.m. May 1 at Harborside East in Mount Pleasant.
More info: www.digsouth.com