The Mountain Arts Center (MAC) will showcase the inaugural Brandy Keg Crossroads at the Jenny Wiley Amphitheatre at Jenny Wiley State Park on Saturday, September 22.
As the first event produced by the MAC at the historical outdoor venue since the City of Prestonsburg signed the lease to operate the facility, Brandy Keg Crossroads will showcase regional and Kentucky-based acts, while featuring local food and beverage offerings.
Headlining the evening will be blues trio Short & Company, led by Jackson, KY native and guitar wizard Jeremy Short. The rest of the bill includes R&B/Soul group Joslyn & The Sweet Compression, Pike County bands Down to The River and Bek & The Starlight Revue, as well as Prestonsburg’s own Mystery Meat Blues Band.
MAC Executive Director Clayton Case looks forward to a new endeavor.
“When we found out that we would have the possibility of producing concerts at the amphitheater,” Case shared, “Our minds immediately thought of a festival type atmosphere.”
“It is one of the most picturesque and scenic venues in the state, and we are honored to be able to continue to offer entertainment options there.”
Brandy Keg Crossroads happens Saturday, September 22. Tickets are $21 general admission and on sale Monday, July 2 at 10am at the Mountain Arts Center Box Office. To purchase visit www.macarts.com, call 888-MAC-ARTS, or stop by the MAC from 10am-6pm any weekday.