On August 3, 2013, the Hilltop Arts Society will be proud to throw the greatest festival for music and the arts Elkmont has ever seen. It will be a family friendly music festival, full of some of the best and growing bands and musicians from Missouri to Georgia. Important Notice: The show will go on, rain or shine. Tickets can be purchased here at our website or at http://reddevilrockshow.brownpapertickets.com/ TICKETS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE GATE at 11:00 AM The genres of music vary, giving everyone a chance to see a wide diversity of music around the area on a great day in the country. The Lineup Main Stage 12:00 PM Ryan O'Connor and the Renegades of Folk 1:00 PM John and the Conners 2:00 PM Poanna 3:00 PM Douglas Francisco 4:00 PM Roots of a Rebellion 5:00 PM Earl Sawyer and Friends 6:00 PM Riley Downing 7:00 PM Spiral Down South 8:00 PM Sol Cat HEADLINING 9:00 PM Banditos Second Stage 12:30 PM Mary Justice 1:15 PM Beautiful Symetry 2:00 PM Abby Wright 2:45 PM Zach Doss 3:30 PM Red Devil Jam - Surprise Set! 4:15 PM Emma Klein There will also be an area for local performers to show their talents to the public. There will be food and drinks from vendors, as well as local artists. And children of the ages 10 and under are free! Check out the official website, http://reddevilrockshow.org/, for more information and upcoming news on the event. NO DOGS allowed on Premises. (Except Registered Service Dogs) Handicap accessible restroom available. Smoking in designated areas ONLY.
Sounds Like: Ryan Adams and The Cardinals
Bio: It all started in the big city of San Francisco, where Chris Williams started writing songs about trains, love, airplanes, and shit.... it wasnt until a life changing incident that brought him back to the humid plains of Auburn, AL. And there he started writing songs with the talented Mr. Travis ...See Full Bio
“The show included plenty of the band’s originals as well. Songs like “Stuck in Reno” and “Hello Cotton” are as creatively written and structured as many chart toppers. This was something that made John and the Conners stand out from other local bands. Strong lyrics, smooth flowing guitar rhythms, and original beats showed how much talent this band truly possesses. The crowd was not in full force, but the few audience members present obviously enjoyed what they heard. The mix of mellow and upbeat tunes created a perfect atmosphere for a show that was as entertaining as any, but definitely did not receive the attention it deserved. "This is a band that is obviously passionate about its music. Their love for what they do is shown by the emotion they put forth into each song they perform, even with the lack of an audience. These guys certainly do not seem to be in it for money or fame, although they are unquestionably talented enough to accomplish fame and fortune.”