Amphitheater Music Events
“Jubilee in the Breaks” 2018
Join us Memorial Day Weekend for our annual Gospel Sing that brings hundreds of people together to listen to talented groups and individuals.
Friday, May 25 (3 PM – 8 PM): New Harvest Brothers, Milgrim Family, Gospel Grass Trio Pilgrims, Strings of Hope, Eddie Street, and Redeemed Masters Harmony
Saturday, May 26 (10 AM – 8 PM): DeRamus Family, Tim & Heather Mullins, Crossroads, Trinity Full Gospel Praise Team, Gospel Lights, Heavens Sake, Donette Harrison, Onsby Perry, Sounds of Salvation, Anthony Phillips, Caleb Howard, Jordan River, One Purpose, Betty Tilley, Dee Dee’s Faith Singers, Curtis Moneyhun & Everpresent, and New Journey.
Sunday, May 27 (10 AM – 8 PM): The church service starts at 10 AM. Betty Tilley, Anthony Phillips, Sounds of Salvation, Onsby Perry, Gospel Lights, Donette Harrison, Heavens Sake, Crossroads, Caleb Howard, DeRamus Family, Dee Dee’s Faith Singers, Tim & Heather Mullins, Trinity Full Gospel Praise Team, and Curtis Moneyhun & Everpresent.
Monday, May 28 (10 AM – 2 PM): Gospel Lights, Onsby Perry, Heavans Sake, Sounds of Salvation, Dee Dee’s Faith Singers, and Trinity Full Gospel Praise Team.
**Singers listed above will not necessarily perform in this order. Singers and times are subject to change.**
BLUEGRASS SHOWS AT THE AMPHITHEATER
Further information for our Bluegrass Summer Series will be provided once available.
Admission is free to these Bluegrass Events. There is 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.