NOTICE: DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THIS SHOW HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED FOR THE 2021 SEASON. IF YOU ARE A TICKET HOLDER AND WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL. Join two Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (NGDB) founding members (John McEuen and Les Thompson), with NGDB touring member (John Cable) and Old Florida fiddle legend J. Robert, for a special evening of music and memories of the Dirt Band’s multi platinum "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" albums and other NGDB’s hits!
When : 5:30-8:30 pm
Join two Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (NGDB) founding members (John McEuen and Les Thompson), with NGDB touring member (John Cable) and Old Florida fiddle legend J. Robert, for a special evening of music and memories of the Dirt Band’s multi platinum Will the Circle Be Unbroken albums and the NGDB’s hits like Mr. Bojangles, Keep on the Sunny Side, Will the Circle Be Unbroken, American Dream, Dance Little Jean, Earl’s Breakdown and more from their incredible 51 year journey! (Pls note they will not be doing Fishin in the Dark) John’s 55 year career and 40 albums have earned him platinum and gold status, Emmy nominations, Grammy Awards, CMA and ACM awards, and many other acclaims that can be found on his website: www.johnmceuen.com
See John McEuen on Ken Burns PBS Special Country Music. The eight (8) two (2) hour episodes highlights Will The Circle Be Unbroken in episode 6 with a 30 minute segment in the program of John and the other members of NGDB appearing. Since the documentary aired the legendary album Will The Circle Be Unbroken went to #1 on Amazon on three country subsets! And the #18 top-selling country album!
It was John’s instigation, that NGDB recorded Will the Circle Be Unbroken over six days in August 1971, with icons of Bluegrass and Country: Roy Acuff, Doc Watson, Merle Travis, Jimmy Martin, Earl Scruggs, Vassar Clements, and Maybelle Carter. Join John and friends as they share the hits, humor and stories behind this magic time when three generations came together. Will The Circle Be Unbroken has been inducted in the The Library of Congress as one America’s most important recordings and is in the Grammy Hall of Fame. The benchmark record is relevant to this day and an Amazon top-20 still! In 1977 John and the Dirt Band were proud to be the first American band to play in Russia.
Gates open at 5:30pm with dinner available until 6:45pm featuring the areas best food trucks. Food is not included in the ticket price. Opening music by Vero’s own Matt & Bruce. Although we have several chairs in the lawn area, bringing your own lawn chair is encouraged for lawn seating. And please be sure to wear clothing so you are comfortable for the weather for the event. If you would like to bring a cushion for our pavilion chairs or benches please do, as well.
- Refunds. Our concerts are theater level bands and like a theater cannot offer refunds, especially the day of or after. Extenuating circumstances are looked at on a case by case basis, with exchanges for equal or lesser priced show possible.
- Volume. Some bands and tributes are at rock concert volume levels. If you do not have ear plugs we will have some available for you.
What's to Eat?
Reds Kitchen & Custom Creations Food Trucks