Old Crow Medicine Show
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The OFFICIAL TICKET EXCHANGE for Old Crow Medicine Show – 8/24 is now open.
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direct link: https://higher-ground-presents.lyte.com/3707135
PARKING UPDATE: Due to the ongoing & unprecedented rainfall in the region, the concert field and surrounding parking lots are impacted. The Shelburne Museum and HG teams are working hard to repair and improve them but please come prepared for a little mud. The parking lots have limited capacity so we encourage you carpool, park offsite, use public transport or ride-share.
Tickets: Download + save your tickets ahead of time.
No re-entry: Remember to bring everything you need for the night from your car. Once your ticket is scanned, you will not be permitted back to your vehicle.
The show is rain or shine: We’ve had a lot of rain lately, the field is muddy. Bring proper footwear & clothing! Personal umbrellas are fine, but please no golf umbrellas. In the event of lightning, the show may be paused or delayed. We’ll update ticket holders via email, social media channels if that’s the case.
BAR SERVICE IS CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ONLY: All bar service is cashless.
We suggest bringing: Blanket, folding chair (low beach chairs encouraged), sunscreen, hat, rain gear (if applicable), Credit/Debit card, ID, a factory sealed water bottle or empty bottle to use at our water filling station.
NO: Glass, knives (includes kitchen knives), or outside alcohol. Large coolers are discouraged as they slow down the entrance process. No pets allowed, service animals welcome. No professional cameras, tripods, or drones.
Food and beverage vendors on site: Ahli Baba’s, Rookie’s Kettle Korn, Broccoli Bar, Mister Foods Fancy, Southern Smoke, 3 Squares Café, and Machs Pizza.
The can tents will feature selections from Fiddlehead, Zero Gravity, Citizen Cider, High Noon, White Claw, Bota Wine, and Rescue Club. Check out the full menu here. The cocktail tent will feature cocktails from Barr Hill + Mad River.
Stop by the Mascoma Bank tent to grab chapstick, sunscreen, koozies for your drinks, and other fun freebies.
Ceres Collaborative, a statewide collection of cannabis dispensaries will be onsite with free no-THC gummy samples, free swag, cannabis education, and friendly games of Cornhole.
Be sure to stop by the Higher Ground tent, where we’ll be selling merch & tickets to upcoming shows (with less fees), plus giving away swag! Bring your Credit/Debit card, we will not be accepting cash.
Children 12 and under are FREE
Old Crow Medicine Show
Ketch Secor (fiddle, harmonica, guitar, banjo, vocals) – Morgan Jahnig (upright bass) – Cory Younts (mandolin, keyboards, drums, vocals) – Jerry Pentecost (drums, mandolin) – Mike Harris (slide guitar, guitar, mandolin, banjo, dobro, vocals) – Mason Via (guitar, gitjo, vocals)
On their whirlwind new album Paint This Town, Old Crow Medicine Show offer up a riveting glimpse into American mythology and the wildly colorful characters who populate it. The most incisive body of work yet from the Nashville-based roots band—a two-time Grammy Award-winning juggernaut whose triumphs include induction into the Grand Ole Opry and double-platinum certification for their iconic hit single “Wagon Wheel”—the album pays homage to everyone from Elvis Presley to Eudora Welty while shedding a bright light on the darker aspects of the country’s legacy. Fueled by Old Crow’s freewheeling collision of Americana, old-time music, folk, and rock & roll, Paint This Town relentlessly pulls off the rare and essential feat of turning razor-sharp commentary into the kind of songs that inspire rapturous singing along.
Old Crow Medicine Show’s album “Paint This Town” is available via ATO Records. Order your copy here.
Awash in full-throttle fiddle, weeping steel guitar, a sprinkling of heavenly backing vocals, and anchored by her warm, expressive vocals, Brennen Leigh’s latest album is an emotion-packed revelation. Rooted in vintage country, Ain’t Through Honky Tonkin’ Yet is an unapologetically beer- and tear-soaked homage to an era when hard-country weepers burst forth from AM transistor radios.
“I’m in love with this idea of the real Nashville, ” says Leigh. “The idyllic golden age, which, to me, is around 1967, 1968, because of the alchemy, the explosion that occurred, with the best country music songwriters ever, the best singers in country music.” The album’s country roots run deep, with guests like Marty Stuart and Rodney Crowell and a lineup of top-flight musicians, yet each track soars with abandon. With thoughtful, incisive lyrics and vibrant melodies at the forefront, Leigh has successfully created a modern gem, while honoring country music’s enduring golden era.
Children 12 and under are FREE ( + do not need a ticket )! Glass, pets, & outside alcohol are prohibited. Blankets and food are permitted. All events are rain or shine. All dates, acts, and ticket prices subject to change without notice.