Get Ticket Information For The 2022 Byrd's Creek Music Festival Here With summer weather taking hold, there can be no doubt that music festival season is on its way. With it, comes the 2022 edition of the Byrd’s Creek Music Festival in Crossville, Tennessee. While many festivals conjure images of being stuck in big crowds,... Continue Reading →
MCP ON LOCATION: BYRD’S CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL – DAY 3
Day 3 of the 2021 Byrd's Creek Music Festival featured performances by Sierra Ferrell, If Birds Could Fly, Momma Molasses, and Mose Wilson & Friends. We also found out about a new concert series called Music at the Manor from the founder of the festival!
MCP ON LOCATION: BYRD’S CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL – DAY 2
The second day of Byrd's Creek Music Festival 2021 featured a ton of amazing roots music artists including Lost Dog Street Band, Matt Heckler, Chelsea Lovitt, Adeem the Artist, Jennifer Jane Niceley, The Hill Country Devil, Hannah Juanita, and West King String Band. Check out our full recap and photos!
MCP ON LOCATION: BYRD’S CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL 2021 – DAY 1
Day 1 of the 2021 Byrd's Creek Music Festival featured performances from Anna Kline (Swift Silver), Mose Wilson, John R. Miller, and The Fumblebuckers! Check out our photos and recap!
BYRD’S CREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2021 LINEUP
Byrd’s Creek Music Festival is scheduled for July 8-11 in Crossville, Tennessee. Its lineup includes plenty of folk and Americana Music including Lost Dog Street Band, Sierra Ferrell, Sad Daddy w/Melissa Carper, and more!
Throwback Thursday: Live Show Review of Sierra Ferrell — Halloween 2019
It was pitch black outside as a light rain obscured the waxing moon. A stark chill was in the air, punctuating the eerie silence that blanketed all hallows eve in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. Across from the field that Byrd's Creek Music Festival calls home, there was a glow in the night. Inside a well-appointed... Continue Reading →
The Byrd’s Creek Music Festival 2018 – A Breath Of Fresh Air
In 2018, like a breath of fresh air, The Byrd's Creek Music Festival swept into the bustling Americana and bluegrass music scene. With the event recently announcing its return for 2019 and its move to summer dates—July 11 through 13—we thought it would be a good time to look back on the festival’s inaugural year... Continue Reading →