Finley River Boys – Saturday 1-5 on the Main Stage
The Finley River Boys will be joining us again on the Main Stage from 1:00-5:00pm on Saturday.
The Finley River Boys is a high-energy, acoustic bluegrass band that performs a wide variety of bluegrass, country, folk, and gospel songs.
The Finley River Boys feature Brad Reynolds (upright bass, vocals), Bill Crider (guitar, vocals), Brett Dudenhoeffer (fiddle, mandolin, vocals), and Alan Johnston (banjo, mandolin, vocals).
The band has performed in excess of a hundred shows yearly, including at venues such as Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival, Silver Dollar City, Jerusalem Ridge Bluegrass Celebration (also featured on the Cumberland Highlanders television show), Missouri State Fair, churches, county fairs, theaters, civic centers, schools, and many more events throughout the United States.
The Finley River Boys present a family-friendly show that will have your audience grinning, tapping their toes, and clapping their hands!
Mitch Shields Saturday on the Monroe Stage from 1-5pm
Mitch is a veteran musician with several opening acts in his history who brings a unique blend of “new school” and “old school” that strives to reach out and connect with the audience… More than just a musician Mitch strives to entertain his audience. If they want to dance … We dance! If they want to sing … We sing! We never forget they are the reason we are there … Mitch’s musical gamut is vast to say the least…
From The Beatles and The Eagles to Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan he definitely covers some ground. This is not your run of the mill same 40 song repertoire that has become commonplace with live entertainment… Mitch has worked hard to hand-pick musical gems that make audiences smile, sing along, and feel a connection. From time to time, Mitch is joined on stage by his daughter Melani Biggers. The two have been performing a duet act titled, “Eclectic Soul” in the summer of 2023. They have taken that act and have performed twice at the Ozarks Amphitheatre for opening performances for “Chicago” and “Walker Hayes.”
The Retro Nerds Saturday Noon-4pm at the Bee’s Knees Bee Garden
Fiddler’s Contest Saturday 1pm at the United Methodist Church
The fiddlers will be back at the 20198 Apple Festival with a competition at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 5 at the United Methodist Church in Versailles. The contest is sponsored by the Marker Family.
For more information, call J.J. White at 573-789-0144.
Community Worship Service – Sunday 8am on the Main Stage
Join us for a community wide worship service on Sunday morning at 8am on the Main Stage in front of the courthouse.
Bleacher seating is available, but feel free to bring a lawn chair or a blanket and join us on the Courthouse lawn.
Jackson Fischer – Sunday on the Main Stage 11am – 2pm
Jackson Fischer is a Morgan County native who’s played all over mid Missouri. Playing a mix of country, rock’n’roll and folk from six decades with only an acoustic and microphone.
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