Amphitheater Music Events
Join us in the Amphitheater Saturday, August 31 – Monday, September 2 for the 69th Annual Tri-State Gospel Sing! A list of singers and groups are listed below. This music event is free and open to the public! The list below is subject to change.
Saturday, August 31 (9 am to 8 pm): Larry Dale Ison (Preaching), The Jackson Family, Ronnie Spriggs, The Parsons, Tammy Jones Robinette, Willis Canada, Gospel Grass Trio, Phillips & Banks, Salvation Rain, Kevin Wilson Band, The Case Family, Keen Mt Brothers, Eddie Street, New Harvest Brothers, Anointed Hearts, Change of Heart, Steppin’ Out on Faith, and Strings of Hope.
Sunday, September 1 (9 am to 8 pm): Ronnie Spriggs (Preaching), The Jackson Family, Kevin Wilson Band, Salvation Rain, Ronnie Spriggs, The Principles, Mike Upright, Change of Heart, Eddie Street, The Parsons, Gospel Grass Trio, Phillips & Banks, Willis Canada, Steppin’ Out on Faith, Masters Harmony, Timber & Nails, and New Harvest Brothers.
Monday, September 2 (9 am to 4 pm): Joe Jackson (Preaching), Phillips & Banks, Waylon Bayes, The Parsons, Anointed, Strings of Hope, The Jackson Family, Anointed Hearts, Ronnie Spriggs, Eddie Street, and Masters Harmony.
Unless otherwise stated, musical events in our Amphitheater are free shows. There is, however, a $2.00 parking fee when you come through the front gate. Please check our Facebook page or our website for schedule changes due to bad weather.
With the Ralph Stanley Museum and the Traditional Mountain Music Center nearby, it’s no surprise that music is an integral part of the park experience. In fact, Breaks Interstate Park is known as the Western Gateway to The Crooked Road.
Gospel shows are planned each Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend as well as on Father’s Day. Plan early, as these free events have drawn crowds of up to 20,000 people.
Other events are also planned during the spring and summer months. Some shows are free, and some require ticket purchase.
These events have made us an Affiliated Partner with the Crooked Road, a 250-mile route that meanders through the mountains of southwest Virginia, celebrating the region’s unique music heritage.
The amphitheater may be reserved for rental when it is not scheduled for park use. Call the Park Office at (276) 865-4413 for more information.