Jammin in the Canyon

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Old Wilderness Canyon, 1475 Old Wilderness Road, Reeds Spring

You are invited to the event "Jammin in The Canyon" featuring, The Creek Rocks, Sad Daddy, Jeff, Norm, Dave and Jimmy, and The Nace Brothers, June 6th, 4 pm -10 pm at Old Wilderness Canyon.

We know these are still uncertain times. We hated canceling our Rock House Music Festival for June 6th... So we have decided to put on a much smaller music event with Old Wilderness Canyon. It will be limited to only 200 people. You will need to buy your ticket in advance online, mail-in, or here at The Rock House before June 6th. No tickets will be sold at the gate. We understand that some folks will not be ready for this kind of event and some will. It is a new world!

This event will be held at a primitive camping area and homestead a little over a mile outside of downtown Reeds Spring MO. This beautiful private wilderness area provides enough outdoor space for social distancing while enjoying live music. There are plenty of hiking and walking trails for those that want to get out in the Ozark woods or just come and relax in your favorite camp chair and enjoy the music. Camping is available upon request. Please go to our home page a click on the "donate" button. It's $10 per person for up to 2 nights. This is for Jammin in the Canyon camping only! If you are camping you will need to buy tickets to hear the music for Saturday separately. Camping is $10 per adult for Friday and/or Saturday night. It is primitive camping. There will be port-o-pots available. Also a community grill for cooking. If you are camping and want to drive to your site to unload you will need to set up before 2:00 pm on Saturday. We will be closing the road to vehicles after 2:00 pm. If you have an RV please call Cass. Space is very limited (573) 822-6444.

We are so excited to have some of our good friends from Springfield, Nashville, Arkansas, and Kansas City come play for you!

4 pm The Creek Rocks Before they married, Springfield’s Cindy Woolf and Mark Bilyeu (of Big Smith) were among the area’s most potent songwriting talents; wedding their life and craft, the pair has become a true power couple, yet one whose greatness is best expressed through a humble folk-rock sound and heart-piercing lyrics. - Columbia Daily Tribune, Columbia, MO

5 pm Sad Daddy is the union of four Arkansas/Tennessee based musicians bringing their own unique styles and backgrounds together to create beautiful music. Sad Daddy is Brian Martin on guitar, Melissa Carper on bass, Joe Sundell on banjo, and Rebecca Patek on fiddle.

6:30 pm Jeff (of The Rainmakers), Norm (of the Elders), and Dave and Jimmy (of The Nace Brothers). This supergroup will be sure to get you up dancing!

8 pm The Nace Brothers Seasoned professionals they’ve earned the respect of promoters, club owners, producers, and peers for their dedication to their craft, easy-going confidence, and their refreshing lack of pretense. A testimony to their dedication is the simple fact of high-quality performances and musicianship for 31 years, in what has been deemed, A Lifelong Road Trip The Nace are David Nace -Lead vocals and drums, Jimmy Nace -Guitar, vocals and songwriter, Chase McRoy -Acoustic and electric bass, vocals, T.J. Erhardt -Keyboard, accordion and vocals.

Here are the details

Cost is $20 per person. Kids 12 and under are free with an adult ticket

Primitive camping is $10 per adult. Camping is available Friday and Saturday.

Gate opens at noon on Saturday unless you've made reservations to camp on Friday.

There will be some food vendors but feel free to bring in your own food and drink.

Please bring your own chairs, blankets, bug spray, masks, flashlight, and whatever else you might need for an evening in the woods. The music will be in a shaded area.

Tickets for sale at https://rockhousecenterforthearts.org/calendar-tickets

or call (417)272-8386 you may also send a check before June 1st to RHCA, PO Box 33, Reeds Spring MO 65737

For camping reservations, call Cass at (573) 822-6444.


1475 Old Wilderness Rd Reeds Spring, Missouri 65737