April 15-16, 2023
Riverfront Park • N. Charleston, SC

Weekender Experience

Enjoy the ultimate festival experience with the package. Not only do you have all the benefits of Platinum, you’ll also stay overnight on the festival grounds in your choice of stunning venue — the neoclassical Admiral’s House or Victorian-era Gatekeepers Inn. Exquisitely renovated, these historic properties are nestled in a tranquil, wooded area of the park yet only steps from the festival gate. And when you’re ready to explore more, downtown Charleston is only a five-minute car ride away. Your amenities include:

  • Platinum ticket per person to High Water (all packages are for two people, with the exception of one four-person package)
  • Three night-stay at the historic and beautifully renovated Admiral’s House or Gatekeepers Inn (check-in Friday and check-out Monday)
  • Friday night Welcome Social featuring signature drinks and appetizers
  • Complimentary continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning and grab-and-go snacks stocked in each house
  • $100 dining credit for each guest to use at any of Charleston’s fabled restaurants
  • Complimentary shuttle service on Friday evening to and from downtown Charleston
  • One-of-a-kind on-stage photo opp (taken between sets)
  • Exclusive tour of the festival grounds before the gates open
  • On-site parking (one pass/package)
  • On-site concierge
  • Exclusive High Water Festival merchandise gift
  • Access to all Platinum, VIP and GA areas

Admiral's House

This neoclassical manse, also known as Quarters A, was built in 1905 as the home of the Commandant of the Charleston Navy Yard. The three-story house features five bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and secured with its own lock, as well as multiple living spaces and dining room. Spacious verandas on the first and second floors offer views of the surrounding parkland and a sweet spot for sipping a Charleston Fizz. The house is ADA-compliant with elevator from the ground to all three floors.

  • Admiral’s Room — accommodations for two with king bed and private, ADA-compliant bathroom
  • Provence Room — accommodations for two with king bed and private bathroom
  • Peach’s Room — accommodations for two with king bed and private bathroom
  • Versailles Room — accommodations for with queen bed and private bathroom
  • Navy Room — accommodations for with queen bed and private bathroom

Gatekeepers Inn

Known as Quarters F when it was part of the naval officers’ district, Gatekeepers originally was home to the commissioner of Chicora Park, an Olmsted-designed green space that later became the Charleston Navy Yard. This four-bedroom, six-bathroom cottage was built in 1898 and features such charming features as a morning porch and solarium. The house is ADA-compliant with elevator from the ground to the second floor.

  • Chicora Two-bedroom Suite — accommodations for four with one queen bed (bedroom 1) and two twin beds (bedroom 2) and shared, ADA-compliant bathroom
  • Peacock Room — accommodations for two with queen bed and private bathroom
  • Olmsted Room — accommodations for two with queen bed and private bathroom