Your ticket gets you into the FULL day’s concerts! Tickets are just $10 ($20 day of).
(Or do what most people do – for just a few dollars more, pick a Wine Tasting or Beer Tasting Event ticket – these include concert admission, so you get to enjoy a fun Tasting Event, get a souvenir glass, and get access to the All-Day Concerts!)
Below is this year’s great concert lineup.
Sawyer Brown – Country Stars: 8:00pm
More than 4500 shows and counting. More than a million miles behind them and still seeing the highway miles click by outside their bus window. Twenty-three albums. More than 50 chart singles. CMA, ACM, and CMT awards on the shelf.
The band’s live shows are legendary. Having been described as “the Rolling Stones of Country Music,” the band bounds onto the stage night after night, delivering its own unique brand of high-energy entertainment, and the band remains a perennial favorite at fairs, festivals, theaters, and casinos. With songs like “The Race is On”, “Six Days on the Road”, “The Walk” and more this will be a show everyone can sing along with.
Faithfully: Journey Tribute Band – 6:00pm
FAITHFULLY IS THE THE PREMIER INTERNATIONALLY TOURING JOURNEY TRIBUTE BAND YOU DEFINITELY DON’T WANT TO PASS UP!
Webb Wilder – Roots Rocker: 3:30pm
Rolling Stone said it best about Webb Wilder “(Webb) flat out rocks. They serve up potent Southern comfort.” – Rolling Stone Magazine
Webb Doesn’t need much introduction in this area as he is one of the most popular names in Northeast Tennessee. Wilder is an evangelist for real Rock ‘n’ Roll. As a singer, guitarist, bandleader, film actor, songwriter and humorist, he may be roots-rock’s only true Renaissance man.
Hundred Acres: 1:30pm
Regional favorites Hundred Acres is a band rocking with an almost Chuck Berry, tap your feet vibe, and they also remind you of the heavy harmony and live sound from the great bands and songwriters of the 1970’s, but the mandolin heavy sound helps create a unique sound incorporating their varied influences. They switch instruments based on who wrote the song and how they feel they get the best arrangement. They have released their second record, “Feel’s Good” to great reviews!
Russell Clark: 12:00pm
Russell Clark is an up and coming musician originally from Kingsport now living in Nashville. Russell is excited to come back to Kingsport and play a wide variety of music influenced by, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Bill Withers, and many more.