Muddy Roots Music Festival
  • 08.13.19

    Muddy Roots Survival Guide

    This party ain’t for the weak. But we’ll fill you in on some tips to make it through the weekend like a Phoenix rising from the drunken ashes.

    We’ll add to this post over the next few days.

    Before we do anythang we want y’all to know about the new ticketing system for upcoming events. We’re moving all new tickets to commemorative hard copies that will be mailed to you. Each are numbered for authenticity. We have a tradition of beginning early bird sales for the next year at the current event. You’ll be able to grab discounted hard copy tickets for MRMF 2020 for $100, SOUTHERN GOTHIC 2019 for $50, MRSW 2019 for $50 in the merch booth. Cell service can be shotty so bring cash if you have it. You will have to order online once we are out of tickets in the field. These are all non-refundable and irreplaceable. Tickets to all the 21 events we have planned are being added to our new site now. There is a special special earliest bird discount for MRMF 2020 for only $80 plus shipping good to the first 300 people. Then they will go up to $125 after the festival.

    That website is

    2019 tickets can be purchased at above link or at the standard eventbrite page here. There are no hard copies available for MRMF 2019

    Tickets include free camping on 126 acres in the outskirts of Cookeville, Tennessee. That’s about halfway between Nashville and Knoxville and then cut North towards the Kentucky border. You can almost smell the mountain shine distilleries in the air. We rent a private property known as the Junebug Ranch. It’s basically a biker rally property any other day. They let us do what we want so long a we don’t break anything. That means you can do things like bring your own beer. Hell, you can bring a handle to the stage and rock the hell out. You have freedom to enjoy yourselves BUT you’ll regret the decision to abuse that freedom. We have a fast track to throw folks on the street that act like a dick. Any and every person caught sneaking in or doing anything wrong will be hand delivered to some good-ol’-boy sheriffs and the judge ain’t in til Tuesday. Why did we start this conversation with that tone? Because our field is unlike any other and we want to protect that. We don’t allow people to disrespect each other and we don’t want a sterile corporate, boring ass event. We want you to come, have fun, be cool, and make it home safe. Now we’ll talk about the good stuff.

    Before we do anything we need to talk about tickets. You should buy yours right now by CLICKING HERE! If you want to arrive Thursday for the pre-party with Face to Face you will need an earlybird ticket plus a weekend pass. You absolutely can not get one day pass for that day. We have weekend passes which include Friday-Saturday-and Sunday for $170. Saturday and Sunday together as a 2 day pass is $150. Sunday only is $75. All tickets include free camping and free hot showers.

    Let’s start with things to pack. It’s always wise to prepare for wet or dry weather. It can rain and it can also be hot. Bring plenty of clean socks, sunscreen, gold bond, wet wipes, rainboots, more than one pair of shoes, tons of drinking water, stuff like that. Don’t bring more than one shirt, we’ll be selling you a ton of them. Many of our designs are printed just once for this event.

    Here’s address of the venue. It’s known as the Junebug Ranch and is located at 115 Waterloo Rd. Cookeville, TN. 38506. It’s technically past Cookeville in Overton County once you cross the bridge. It’s a biker owned property that they host their own motorcycle rallies on. Those folks get wild! There’s not much we can do to surprise them. We’re a different kind of party so keep your clothes on. They have very few rules for us so we like to pay that forward to yall.

    We come from Nashville which means we exit in Cookeville and drive out about 20-25 minutes heading North towards the Kentucky border. You’ll feel lost, especially at night. Use your GPS until you get close and then look for FESTIVAL signs with PBR logos on them. We don’t put our name on them because worthless pricks steal them and then people get lost. If you’re coming from the North it will put you on the same road from the opposite direction. Either way you’ll come to the entrance where there is an old vw bug outside that is painted with the words “Junebug Boogie” on the side. Pull in there and come in to the valley. The video above is the wicked fork in the road coming from Cookeville to the Junebug Ranch. Go straight at it, do not follow the main road veering right or you’ll end up in another state.

    Most folks that are flying travel to BNA Airport in Nashville. It is about 87 miles from the venue. You can rent cars there. There are Muddy Roots carpool groups on fb, ubers, taxis, and even a greyhound that gets you to Cookeville, TN.

    There are plenty of local businesses to shop at on the way in. That includes restaurants, breweries, and most importantly, our sponsor Tennessee Legend Distillery. If you name drop the Muddy Roots Music Festival they will give you a discount on some jars of liquor. They’re right on the square in the middle of town!

    There are also plenty of hotels in town. It’s about a 20 minute drive. Under no circumstances should you leave the festival property after drinking. Get an uber, catch a lift, or figure something else out. Other than that, you may come and go as you please.

    You may show up anytime after 3pm on Thursday August 29th. That’s not really an official day for us. We’ll still be getting the field ready. But we know many of you are coming from other countries and far states so we set up this pre-party while we work. Come in and set up camp before the big crowds hit. We’ve got a sick party with Face to Face, Tim Barry, and a handful of punk or roots punk bands.

    To watch videos of most the bands click HERE and then go to lineup



    Here are a few pointers!

    One type of dog is legally protected and welcome at Muddy Roots. The other two will get your ticket revoked without a refund. Mostly because people fake it every year and the their dogs cause issue.

    Do not give me some low-res-internet-print-out-fake card from

    Service dogs in training only have legal access rights, in the state of Tennessee, when accompanied by a trainer from an accredited school and both dog and trainer are identified. Self trained Service Dogs in training do not have legal access rights.

    Service dogs are handler focused and attentive to their owners only. Any dog who causes a disturbance (outside of performing a direct task to mitigate a disability) can be (and should be) removed from the premises by management.

    p.s. I love dogs.

    People might be sleeping in the grass. DO NOT DRIVE IN GRASS AT NIGHT!

    Pace yourself, homie.

    Kids under 6 don’t need a ticket. 6-18 can get a child’s ticket. It’s cool to bring them but you they need to be accompanied by atleast 1 parent at all times.

    The Crying Wolf Bar in East Nashville is bringing their Splashville pool party to Muddy Roots. You will need to hose your stank ass off before jumping in. Stay safe.

    Duke’s bar in East Nashville is hosting a DJ tent all weekend! We’ve ordered an air conditioner for it. You’z can hang out in there. It’s also where metal yoga is Friday and Saturday as well as Church services on Sunday.

  • 07.29.19

    The Muddy Roots Movement

    Tribes, packs, flocks, clubs, bands, groups and hordes of individuals come together to make the Muddy Roots Music Festival happen. Corporate festivals couldn’t achieve this if they wanted because you can’t buy spirit. It’s our 10th anniversary of throwing ourselves in to the trenches for independent music. It’s because we love it. We live for it. And we deeply rely on it. This is not some investor backed, mega packed corporate event. This is all DIY. We all have day jobs and promote the concept of Proud Working Class.

    We aren’t trust fund babies. We aren’t business men trying to get rich off you. We are you. And all these folks recognize that. It creates a better, more authentic experience.

    Let me give you an example of why this is different than most festivals. It draws folks from around the world to support. I don’t mean we just sell tickets to people. I mean entire groups of people are making their way just to help. Especially other promoters and business owners. It’s about community and they know we want to help them grow too.

    8 of the Muddy Roots Europe crue are coming in from Belgium as reinforcements to help with the crowd swell in the field. These folks are of the most dedicated of the Muddy Roots family.

    Justin Boot, the promoter of the Trapper Creek Music Festival in Alaska is returning to provide and host the Open Mic stage. But this time he is bringing a truckload of friends to help us get our event greener. The Trapper Creek folks are going to set up recycling stations and will be sorting trash onsite. Please help us keep the field clean.

    Our pals at The Crying Wolf Bar in East Nashville are known for their big ass pool parties called “Splashville.” They’re hosting one the week prior to our festival and then are bringing the entire thing to our field! Big pools, lil pools, a 2 story slip n slide waterfall blowup thingy, a stage, and a photo wall. You bes’ believe you have to hose your ass down before you get in. We’re plopping it right down on vendor row.

    You ever been to Duke’s in East Nashville? Jason, your promoter DJs there every few months. He’s actually spinnin’ rekkidz at this bar Friday Aug 23rd. Stop by if you want your good time ruined. It’s a super diverse and not very fun dj set. Anywayyyyy, Duke’s is known for having a new person play records every night. Well, they’re packing up a couple van loads of DJs to come play records in the Duke’s Lounge Tent at Muddy. Think fans, nice and cool fans to sit in front of. Picnic benches and couches.

    Ryan Sweeney, the promoter of Sweet Time Fest has curated an entire stage for us. He wrangled 16 bands for us! And you’ll see a lot more of that next year. You should check out his festival the week prior to ours in Nashville. HERE.

    Oh these guys, yeah they’re Muddy Roots too. Not official staff but always on point when we need them. And they roll deep.

    There are so many more. It truly takes a community and we have that. Check back for more details.
    Here is the almost final lineup. Just going to add in the Duke’s DJs on the next one.
    Share it. Spread the Muddy Roots Gospel.
    Let the freaks, weirdos, uppers, downers, all-arounders know they are home in our field.

  • 07.11.19

    Live At Heart Conference - Newfoundland

    Jason Galaz will be a primary keynote speaker at the Live At Heart music conference in Newfoundland. This is the sister conference to the one held in Sweden. We’re going to tell them all about y’all and your crazy shenanigans. There’s a chance for you to come along and perform too!

    Live At Heart Newfoundland is a Global Music Business Conference held on the Burin Peninsula, on the island of Newfoundland, in the country of Canada. It is the sister company to Live At Heart in Sweden.
    Please join us in Marystown, Newfoundland between September 24-29, 2019
    We will be hosting Music Industry Professionals and Musicians from around the world. We are happy to give opportunities to performing artists from all across Canada, and the international market, and to bring the Music Business of the world to Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada!


    If you’re a solo musician or a band, please fill in this form to help us know you more.

    *Deadline for submissions is August 30 *

    If you have any question please message uthem on Facebook:


  • 06.25.19

    Muddy Roots Europe 2019 Program

    8 whole damn years we’ve been rockin’ in the Belgian free world.

    FRIDAY JUNE 28th
    11h00 – 20h00
    8h00 – 20h00
    SUNDAY JUNE 30th
    8h00 – 20h00
    FRIDAY JUNE 28th
    14h30 – 02h00
    14h00 – 02h00
    SUNDAY JUNE 30th
    12h00 – 02h00

    FIELD IS ONLY FOR TICKETHOLDERS. You may not be anywhere on the property without one. You will be considered trespassing and will be handed over to politie.
    Exception being people obviously buying a ticket. This is to keep out stragglers and trouble makers.

    Thanks for coming to this great family festival
    Respect your neighbors’ and local community
    NO big campfires or bonfires allowed
    BBQ is allowed above the ground
    Rule #1 Don’t be a dick!!!!!!
    Please keep the grounds green and clean
    There are trash barrels on camp and fest ground
    This year are the waste collection points back (use them)
    You can find them by big signs on both campgrounds.
    The Cowboy Up and MRE shop will be open at the Hungry Cowboy spot, in front of the saloon with spe-cials and discounts. Monday July 1st 2019 at 10am.
    Ben & Jerry ice cream only available at the bar in Saloon.
    You can order meals outside and have them in the Saloon when open.

    Taxi Snel: 003250363649
    Ability to group purchase, sign in at the entrance.
    Gathering after Friday shows at 01h30
    Gathering after Saturday shows at 02h00
    Gathering after Sunday shows at 00h30
    Mogelijkheid tot groeps aankoop, inschrijven aan de ingang
    Verzamelen na de shows van vrijdag om 01h30
    Verzamelen na de shows van Zaterdag om 01h30
    Verzamelen na de shows van Zondag om 00h30
    This taxi can give rides up to 8 people. If you know you will need a taxi after the last band. Let us know at the entrée so that you can share a taxi to make it cheaper.
    De taxi kan tot 8 mensen vervoeren. Indien je gebruik zult maken van een taxi na de laatste band, laat het ons weten aan de ingang zodat je deze taxi kan delen om die zo goedkoper te maken.
    The red cross is stationed at the entry of fest ground.
    You will find them at the festival:
    FRIDAY JUNE 28th
    18h30 – 00h00
    17h00 – 01h00
    SUNDAY JUNE 30th
    14h00 – 00h00
    Or call Nick 0032499764630.
    NON FOOD VENDORS on Fest Ground
    • MissMindy4U
    • Pierced Heart tattoo by Paul Mac Arry
    • Pierced Heart

    Breakfast (Saturday, Sunday and Monday) from 8h00 till 11h30 at The Hungry Cowboy
    (bread, croissant, ham, cheese, jam, eggs and bacon)
    FOOD SERVICES on Catering Ground
    Friday from 16h00, Saturday and Sunday from 11h30
    • The Hungry Cowboy
    - Baguettes with spreads (Gouda cheese, boiled ham or prepare)
    - Pasta ( with: Bolgnaise sauce, three cheeses sauce or gruyere cheese
    - Pizza (Margherita, ham, Capricciosa, veggie, pollo)
    • De Wissel fries shop & catering
    - Fries shop (fries, frikandel, viandel, bitterballen, kaaskroket, lookworst, mexicano, brochet)
    - Take away braadworst (sausage) onion, sauce between sandwich
    warm ham, vegetables and mushroom sauce
    vegi burger, sauce between sandwich
    - On a plate warm ham, fresh vegetables, cold sauce and fries
    Stoofvlees (Flemish stew) fresh vegetables and fries
    - BBQ on a plate spareribs, fresh vegetables, cold sauce and fries
    Brochet (kebab), sausage, chicken piece, fresh vegetables, cold- sauce and fries

    25€ minimum. (full drink card)
    Available at entry to fest ground. (camper)
    Food coins/token, food vendors will be payable with tokens. 1 token = 1€
    Available at entry to fest ground and in the saloon.
    When saloon & entry closes tokens will be available at the tent
    Drinking cards will be available at the entry to the fest ground and in the saloon.
    Full card = 25€ with free drink.
    When saloon & entry drink cards will be available at bar in the tent.
    Germain is our organic vegetables and fruit farmer of Cowboy Up and will be selling from the Hungry Cowboy spot.
    Saturday and Sunday from 2pm till 5pm.

    Available in the saloon. (2kg bags) 2 token/stamps.
    Lost or found gear or anything else can be giving at the entry to the fest ground.
    So please if you lost something check at the entry and give them your Facebook add or phone number.
    There will be toilets at the fest ground close to the entry
    Toilets on campground 1 and 2
    Toilets in the saloon.
    There will be cigarettes available at the entry of fest ground .
    Payable with cash.
    Free Showers available at Catering Ground next to the saloon
    Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    08h00 till 18h00
    Closest gas station, 300m towards Ruddervoorde.
    G&V Kortrijksestraat 381, 8020 Waardamme 003256733000
    LPG available in Ruddervoorde.
    “T’Zwientje” POWER Sijslostraat 80a, 8020 Ruddervoorde 003250277236

  • 06.19.19

    23 Festival & Event Announcements!

    We’re moving at lightning speeds and have too much info to send out to ya. We decided not to risk it to getting lost in algorithms on social media and are putting it all here. Plus, some of y’all like more than one of our events! Bands go on tour and announce their schedule. This is kind of a Jason Galaz tour of events across the U.S. and in Europe. More will be added down the line but this is your schedule for the next year.

    First, we should tell you that we added some new events. We’ve also lowered the cap on some others. The focus from this point forward is a better experience, not a bigger one. You’ll notice this most with the Nashville Boogie. We moved the date and capped it at 1000. This cuts off a couple thousand attendees. We’ll chat more about that below.

    There are a couple new events on our roster. Most of them cap at 500 tickets. Honestly, we want to have fun too! We’ve never started these events to get rich so we really don’t give a damn about getting y’uge.

    There are 22 music festivals and events to give you updates on. That includes lineup announcements, ticket info, and any changes.
    This will go in chronological order.

    Muddy Roots Europe Festival
    June 28-30, 2019
    8th Annual
    Waardamme, BE.

    A couple bands had to cancel. This is the most current lineup.
    Tickets include free camping and hot showers.
    You MUST have a ticket to enter the field. I say this because the music tent is fenced off but the event is the entire field.
    This place is the center of all things Muddy Roots on the European continent and is partnered with my good friend Nicky VanMoerbeke at the Cowboy Up Saloon.
    You can fly to Brussels, take a train to Brugges, and a bus to the property. It’s easy!

    Wine On The Rails
    Summer 2019
    July 27th
    10 hour round trip to a winery on a vintage train from the 1950’s.
    We enjoy wine tastings on the way to the DelMonaco Vineyards. A few bands go car to car on the way back to keep the party rolling!
    Must be 21 to even think about going.
    Wine On The Rails

    East Nashville Tomato Arts Fest
    Muddy Roots Stage
    August 10th, 2019
    11th & Russell near 5 Points
    We’ve had a booth or a stage at this event for 7 years now. OG EAST NASHVILLE, HOMIE.

    Mary Richards 10pm
    Ben Jarrell 12pm
    Todd Day Wait 2pm
    Open turntables 3pm


    Wine On The Rails
    5 hour roundtrip to the Lebanon Square and back
    Lunch at the Capitol Theatre
    Live music at the theater and aboard the train ride home.
    Tickets range from $55 to $135 and can be found HERE
    Capitol Theatre

    Muddy Roots Music Festival
    Aug 29-Sep 1, 2019
    10th Annual

    The schedule is being added to the website today. There are no conflicting time slots between stage 1 and 2. Stage 3 is on it’s own, yo.
    You can find that HERE.
    You can watch videos of each band playing HERE

    We’ve added some really cool stuff like a Reggae, Ska, Dancehall tent. A few soul DJs are being added to the roster as well.
    ska skinhead

    An indie film tent/ local craft beer tent, furnished with places to cool off with a cold beer will be playing films from our community.
    An updated roster will be posted. 2 immediate highlights will be on “When It Breaks” by Possessed By Paul James and Milk Products Media and “Negro Terror” by John Rash. You can find that one on Amazon Prime if you aren’t coming to the field.

    Pabst Blue Ribbon is planning a pop-up party during the weekend. I can’t tell you about that. You’ll know when you ee it or hear about it. They also sponsored Jason and Milton to paint a big ass wall in Nashville. You may recognize the gal from the series of posters we put on the interwebs illustrated by Adam “The Kid” from Kustom Thrills Tattoo. It was part of National Mural Day. We plan on painting in the field and presenting to yall when the gates open too!

    It’s important to know that your weekend passes are from Friday through Sunday. They do not include Thursday. We typically host a small pre-party while we finish wrapping up but this year it got cray cray. It’s an additional $15 online or $20 at the gate. THERE ARE NO DAY PASSES AVAILABLE EXCEPT SUNDAY.
    face to face

    Here’s the current lineup. You’ll see a few more people in the field though.
    Share it out! Designed by Olafh Ace from Muddy Roots Mexico

    Americana Roots, Whiskey & Wine Train
    A rolling music festival through the Tennessee countryside aboard a vintage passenger train from the 1950’s.
    We head up to the Carthage Junction in the Upper Cumberlands and back.
    Tennessee Whiskey, Wine, and Beer tastings will be distributed on the train.
    You must be 21 to even read this. No minors allowed on the train. We do have lunch boxes ready for ya though!
    Bands will be performing throughout the trip in different cars.

    First announced bands are Ben Jarrel, John R Miller, and Allen Thompson.

    About 240 tickets left for this wild ride.
    Tennessee Whiskey

    Live At Heart Newfoundland Conference
    Jason Galaz Keynote Speaker
    Fancy AF
    Sep 27-29, 2019
    live at heart conference
    Join me up at the edge of the world in Canada.
    No, seriously. They invite bands to apply. HERE IS THE LINK

    IBMA- World of Bluegrass
    Sep 24-29, 2019
    Power Merch/Merch Kitchen team for conference, amphitheater, and street festival. Total attendance 200,000+
    This time we get to work behind the scenes printing and selling merch for the events as well as the bands performing the Red Hat Amphitheater.

    Mudfolk Mexico 2019
    October 5th, 2019
    2nd annual event hosted by Olafh down in Mejico.
    Cash at door. Old school. Underground.

    Wine On The Rails
    Autumn Leaves 2019
    November 9th
    10 hour round trip to a winery on a vintage train from the 1950’s.
    We enjoy wine tastings on the way to the DelMonaco Vineyards. A few bands go car to car on the way back to keep the party rolling!
    Must be 21 to even think about going.
    Wine On The Rails

  • 06.12.19

    Americana Roots, Whiskey & Wine Train

    How’s about a mid-day rolling music festival through the Tennessee countryside!
    Enjoy tastings of many local whiskey, wine, rum, and beer flavors while listening to some good ol tunes from our favorite artists in town for the weekend. Must be 21+ to ride.

    Artists will sit in each car but will also flow between cars and play at will.

    Depart: 11:00am sharp from the Tennessee Central Railway Museum and circle out to the Carthage junction and back.
    Return: 5:30pm to Nashville.

    Lunch is served aboard the train.

    Bands announced soon. Think 70’s roots, rock and country.

    First distilleries, wineries, and breweries announced:
    Tennessee Legend Distillery – Marathon Village
    Beachhaven Winery
    many more in the works!

    Tickets are on sale now. Limited to capacity of the train.
    Come take a load off, Annie.

    More info at and on FB

  • 06.06.19

    The Return of the Spring Weekender!

    We’re coming back home! What a beauty of a property it is too. There’s literally a thousand acres to camp, bike, hike, even ATV. We’ve got a lake all to ourselves to fish and canoe. Climb up the trees and zipline if ya want. The place is Heaven! We’ve hosted a few of our lil weekenders there over the years.
    calamity cubes muddy roots
    You’ll enjoy 2 full days of roots music in the hills of Brown County at the eXplore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat. You can expect the best in underground bluegrass, folk, and stringbandicana. We made that word up because we’re fun like that. Like a super hip dad down with the fleek squad lingo.

    We’re planning a big dinner supplied by our friends at G’z barbecue and catering Friday & Saturday night inside the barn. They’ll be vending all week but this will be a special family meal style option each evening.
    g'z bbq east nashville muddy roots
    Tent camping is free.

    RV spots and cabins will available for rent but are almost sold out.
    muddy roots cabin indiana
    Tickets are on sale now but are limited to 500 people. That’s it. Not 501. And that’s even pushing it as we want a small crowd for this one. It’s our vacation too!

    You can grab yours at the link below or at Prices are $99 earlybird. $120 when those sellout. $150 at the gate, IF there are any left. Saturday only passes are $75. There are no Friday only passes. All tickets include free tent camping and free showers.

    Facebook link
    Facebook event

    We’re booking bands now and will announce as they confirm.

    We’ll sell this out as quick as we can and then focus on more events!

  • 05.30.19

    No Mo Pinup Show

    We’ve been hosting pinup pageants for 5 years at the Boogie and a few more at the Muddy Roots Music Festival. But this most recent contest will be our last one. Atleast, for now. To be honest, it started to lose the fun. We used to have it as a talent contest which was super cool and silly. We deeply believe in empowerment and expression for all adult ages, race, creeds, body shapes, you name-its. Hosting an event like this without that at the core would feel a bit weird in these current times. Pinup is very much part of the rockabilly scene and we respect that. But we are going to focus our energy on other aspects of the festival. Y’all still show up dolled up if ya like! We just won’t make it a contest.

    I’d like to take a moment to congratulate the Ms. Nashville Boogie 2019 winner, Miss Lulu Divine. She was an absolute joy to be around. You could feel her energy and enthusiasm leading up to the event. It was a close call as Nicole Nightingale was in 2nd and almost won the crown!

    There was some confusion about a tie-breaker that I’d like to clear up. We hand picked 5 judges so a tie was literally impossible. I purposely chose a diverse panel with a majority of women and different ethnicities to keep it fair. I think the panel got confused with the pressure of the time slot ending and the next band needing to get on. It ended up with a crowd cheer to decide the winner. I checked with the judges to see who they voted for. The crowd ended up picking the same person despite the confusion. But still, I apologize to Nicole Nightingale for the disorientation and error on the part of the event. It should never have gone to the crowd, that’s why we had 5 judges.

    We had 63 women participate in the contest online. We were honored that they were putting themselves out there and wanted to join us in Nashville. But the general feel of the event got a bit carried away. Some people started taking it too serious, some got shitty with other contestants, some got shitty with me, some got shitty with our host, there were vote fraud questions, some had people trying to bring up private issues in contestants pasts as if we would disqualify them for previous mistakes in life. It became a mess. That is not what our events are about. The few people that were doing that really started ruining it for me.

    And to be fair, I enjoyed the extra promotion from the facebook shares. It helped us get the word out on the event. But it was probably not the best way to go about it.

    But much love to all those that came, had fun, and made it fun!

    I want everyone to feel included at my events.

    I may lose money by having one less attraction at the festival but I don’t think we should continue with the way it is now. I’m not saying we won’t ever have a Ms. Nashville Boogie or Ms. Muddy Roots again. I’m saying it can only happen if it supports expression, community, and fun. It would need to be completely different. So for now, it’s gone.

    p.s. we moved the date and location. We shaved off a couple thosuand tickets. There are only 599 left for 2020.
    You can get yours here.

    We are also about to announce our Music Valley Jamboree which is an even smaller version of the Boogie in the Palace back room. Tickets on sale for that here

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