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Super Moon Music and River Festival is three days of art, music, dancing, camping, and the river. The party starts Thursday June 20th with an open mic night and a special performance, then two full days of music on Friday and Saturday. Admission for the whole weekend plus camping is $40 and $20 for Saturday Only. Super Moon is located on Carson Island in Elkhorn City, Ky--only a few miles downriver from the Breaks Interstate Park, “The Grand Canyon of the South.” Bring your kayaks and ride the rapids of the Russel Fork River. The end of the property at Carson Island is one of the trail-heads for the gorgeous and rugged Pine Mtn Trail. Donate fresh veggies and fruit for communal meals of oatmeal for breakfast, then rice and beans for lunch and dinner. First come first serve while supplies last. The Rusty Fork and Time Out Pizza are locally owned dining options within walking distance of Carson Island. All proceeds go to The Elkhorn City Community Garden and supporting good music. ENTER RIVER AT OWN RISK.
Buy tickets at the door starting at 7 PM, just say you came for "His Hopes, Her Dreams"
Browan Lollar, formely of Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, returns to Summit City with special guests The Grenadines and His Hopes Her Dreams on Sep-8th at 8:00 pm est. Lollar fueled Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit to National Touring accolades the past 5 years. Lollar's playing has been compared to Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac. Reverned Guitars has called him one the great new guitarist in Americania Rock N Roll in 2010. His solo's have become epic with the 400 Unit in the past years and his vocal work is comparable to Stephen Stills. Do not miss your chance to see of the great new talents in the South on Sep-8th with Special guests at Summit City. Tickets go on sale on August 1st at Summit City in Whitesburg,Kentucky by calling 606-633-2715. Or you may contatct us (His Hopes Her Dreams) with a message.
“A hip Version of John Prine meets Bob Dylan. Great guitar rhythms, melodic undertones from Coyers violin, to James Thacker's urgent, crooning vocals and poignant lyrics ... this duo have nothing but good times to come.”