Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Jerilyn Wiech, Keller Williams Realty Agent, sent me this information:

If you have not been to Clem's Shoal Creek Music Park you are missing some of the best Bluegrass Music around. I attended last year for the first time and was impressed at how great the music was.
According to Facebook, Clem past away this past February after 21 years of service to the Shoal Creek Community. Here is just a small blurb of what his son Zeke posted in Facebook:
Founded in 1961 by Alton Walters, the Shoal Creek Country Music Park (as it was known then) played host to many wild times including Johnny Cash rolling out "Folsom Prison", Dolly Parton shaving her legs on the creek bank, Conway Twitty performing to a crowd of 6,000 - Jerry Lee Lewis pushing a piano off the Stage and Tammy Wynette leaving George Jones by the exit door at the Blue Auditorium.

Included was an outdoor pavilion on the banks of Shoal Creek for Spring/Summer shows and in 1971 the Blue Auditorium was built to host Fall/Winter shows and former Georgia Governor Lester Maddox presided at the opening ceremonies for the 3,500 seat facility while Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner performed. 
While you're in the area, please feel free to check out some of the great Lake Hartwell Real Estate deals.
Here's some information on the Festival.