Don't miss 'An Appalachian Evening', our summer concert series offering an ever-changing schedule of bluegrass, folk and old-time mountain music by award-winning artists. Eleven Saturday evenings June 28 - September 6, 2014.
Each Saturday before the concert, we'll feature a different Stecoah artisan in the Gallery. Be sure to come early to meet the artists and view their work.
Prior to each Saturday performance, ten people will have the privilege of enjoying a 5:30 pm private dinner with the band following the band's sound check. Dinner will be served back stage in the band's private dining area.
Tickets must be purchased online or in the Gallery at least three days prior to the Saturday concert, and the ticket receipt must be presented in the Gallery on Saturday before the dinner.
The cost is $35 per person in advance (includes dinner, drink, dessert, tax & gratuity). Menu varies each week. Limit 10 people per show.
Your group (25 or more) can attend An Appalachian Evening concert at special group rates for dinner and admission. For more information, download this PDF:
Saturday, September 6
Balsam Range — 'An Appalachian Evening' concert. 7:30 pm. Individual tickets: $25 (adult) & $10 (student, K-12) +tax. Purchase tickets. Dinner service begins at 6 pm in the Schoolhouse Cafe. Featured artisan: Susan Coe.
Enjoy the acoustic bluegrass "dream team", a perennial favorite on the Grand Old Stage. All the fellows - Tim Surrett, Buddy Melton, Caleb Smith, Darren Nicholson and Marc Pruett - grew up steeped in traditions of The Grand Ole Opry ...as well as the important influences of the Scotch-Irish settlers of the Southern Mountains, English ballads, and Western songs. Winner IBMA 2013 Album of the Year for "Papertown." Band Website
The SteelDrivers on stage at the Grand Old Opry – soon to grace Stecoah's Grand Old Stage, October 18 at 7:30 pm
October 17 - 19
Harvest Festival. Our annual celebration with 5K and fun run, music food, craft vendors, demonstrations and much more!. Vendor Application Quilt Exhibit Entry Form (must be postmarked no later than October 8)
On Saturday at 7:30, our Harvest Festival Concert features the Grammy-winning group, The SteelDrivers.
Tickets are $25 adults and $10 students. Purchase tickets.
The SteelDrivers' sound is based in bluegrass, with heavy doses of blues, soul, and country. Their songs like “Blue Side of the Mountain,” “Drinkin' Dark Whiskey,” “A Hero in Harlan,” and “Where the Rainbow Never Dies” have a bluesy, darkly authentic feel that brings to mind the roots of bluegrass and country music. The SteelDrivers have been nominated for multiple Grammy Awards and won a Grammy for “Blue Side of the Mountain.” The group has released three albums: The SteelDrivers, Reckless, and Hammer Down. Reckless reached No. 2 on bluegrass charts. The SteelDrivers' music is prominently featured in the soundtrack for the film Get Low. Video Another video
Sunday Gospel Singing at 2:30 pm.
Friday & Saturday, November 28-29
Artisans Drive-About. 10 am - 5 pm each day. Self-guided artisan's gallery & studio tour. Enjoy the works of local artisans by visiting different studios and galleries, meeting the artisans and watching them work. More info
Saturday, December 6
Breakfast with Santa. 9 -11 am. Pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee. Bring your own camera to capture this special event.
Saturday, December 6
Christmas in the Mountains. 10 am - 5 pm. Indoor art and craft show and sale just in time for holiday giving. The Schoolhouse Cafe will be open all day.
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