Festival announcements are hard to come by these days, and with Stagecoach getting canceled less than 24-hours ago, it’s difficult to imagine another festival going down later this fall, but lo and behold, the state of Kansas just came through with the green light.
October 1st through the 3rd of this year, Whiskey Myers will be hosting their inaugural and self-curated Firewater Music Festival, just outside of Kansas City.
In addition to headlining performances from Whiskey Myers, the festival will feature performances from Drive-By Truckers, Whitey Morgan, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Steel Woods, Shane Smith & the Saints, Chris Knight, Bones Owens, Tennessee Jet, Jamie Wyatt and Rob Leines.
The festival will also offer additional on-site activities include canoeing, zip-lining, rock climbing, archery and a swimming pool.
And for those with COVID-19 concerns, the festival promises to work with state and local government to take extra precautions based on guidance from health authorities including the CDC to ensure that the three-day event will be safe for attendees.
Two-day GA passes for Friday & Saturday’s concerts will run you about $125 bucks and include free tent camping however guests may also purchase an early entry pass for $39 to begin camping Thursday, October 1, the day before music begins.