Newell Farm Concert

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Adults: $48

Teens (13-18): $25

Kids 12 and Under FREE

August 28, 2022

4:00PM - 9PM-ISH

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FEATURING!

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RIDERS IN THE SKY

Multi-Grammy winning artists Riders In The Sky are, without a doubt, the world’s favorite singing cowboys. Since 1977, these four characters have toured all 50 states and much of the rest of the planet, bringing the “cowboy way” to countless fans who long for the days of Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. Stars of stage and screen, Riders have stepped in and conquered nearly every cowpie in their path to success. Starting with a Saturday morning show on CBS, a seven-year run on NPR with “Riders Radio Theater”, and a huge hit with their self-penned and performed “Woody’s Roundup” song in the Pixar classic movie “Toy Story 2”, these cowboys show no signs of pullin’ back on the reins. Add in performing members of the Grand Ole Opry and starring in recurring episodes of “Classic Cowboy Corral” on Sirius XM radio and you have one of the most successful groups in the history of entertainment. We are honored to have these guys on our farm for our 20th anniversary celebration. Maybe we can talk them into helping us fix some fence while they’re here. That really would be the “cowboy way”.

www.ridersinthesky.com

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ACOUSTIC EIDOLON

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Now in their 24th year, Joe Scott and Hannah Alkire continue to travel the planet, dazzling audiences with just 18 strings and seemingly boundless melodic genius. Our own hometown celebrities, the dynamic duo can’t go to Grandpa’s Cafe or the gas station without stopping to sign autographs. Oh, the price of fame. We plan to sneak them in through the south field to throw off the paparazzi. It might just work.

www.acousticeidolon.com

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RECKLESS ABANDON

Reckless Abandon played their first show in 1999 and quickly became a staple of the Rocky Mountain music scene, covering their favorite songs from their respective misspent teenage years. The band called it quits in 2019 when founding members Jim and Vickie Jones moved to Tennessee to live the quiet life as retirees. Fortunately, these hippies-at-heart hung on to their instruments and their tie dye shirts, all of which have miraculously stood the test of time. Kinda like the band. Reckless Abandon will reunite for this year’s concert.

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