Summer is the time for festivals, and one of the most popular is happening right now. The Rockin’ the Creek Summer Concert Series is at the halfway point, with two concerts left. Head to Mossy Creek Station in Jefferson City on Aug. 14 to listen to Lost Creek and then go back on Sept. 11 to jam out to Grits. The music starts at 8 p.m., and it’s free to attend. Get some additional details, and then make plans to attend.
What to Bring
The concert takes place outdoors, and there aren’t any seats. You’ll want to be comfy while listening to the music, so bring a lawn chair or blanket. There’ll be plenty of room to set up, so you can spread out and be comfortable.
Oh, and bring your appetite. There’ll be food trucks on-site, ready to serve up delicious items. And then, there’ll be sweet treats for dessert. You can also buy soda and water here, so your provisions are covered.
Now, let’s look at the music. First up, there’s the Lost Creek Bluegrass Band. This is one of the hottest bluegrass bands in Tennessee and pops up on the festival circuit quite a bit. They’ve also been on the local news, proving that they’re just about to hit the big time. When that happens, you’ll have to pay top dollar to see them. That means you definitely want to go now when it’s free.
Then, Grits will close out the season. It bills itself as the most versatile band in the state, and that holds up. It plays everything from classic country and rock to dance music. Plus, the band puts on an amazing show. They aren’t the kind of band you just sit back and watch. You’ll be dancing and singing along during the performance.
Stay Up-to-date on Changes
While Grits and the Lost Creek Bluegrass Band are currently in the lineup, changes do happen from time to time. You can find out about changes on the Mossy Creek Foundation website. It’ll keep you updated, so you can plan accordingly. You can also check the Facebook page if you prefer social media.
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With Jefferson City so close to Morristown, you might want to take in some of the city’s additional events. The Mossy Creek Foundation hosts various events throughout the year, including movie nights. You can stay on top of the offerings on the website or Facebook page.
Summer might be nearing the end, but the Rockin’ the Creek festival proves there’s still a lot of fun to be had. You can enjoy an evening of music, food, and fun when you attend. That’ll be the perfect way to celebrate the last days of summer.
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