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Tuckahoe Creek Americana Festival * Hardywood West Creek

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Hardywood Park Craft Brewery (West Creek)

820 Sanctuary Trail Drive

Richmond, VA 23238

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Hardywood Park Craft Brewery Presents:
2018 Tuckahoe Creek Americana Festival!
September 1, 2018 at Hardywood Park West Creek.

Hardywood Park (West Creek) will be closed to the general public for the day. This will be a ticketed event! Tickets will be available in *two tiers:
·General Admission: $20 plus applicable taxes. Includes parking.
·VIP Guest: $50 plus applicable taxes. Includes parking + access to an indoor private serving area, complimentary catered food throughout the day, and a Tuckahoe Creek Americana Music Festival commemorative glass, koozie, and poster.*
*Kids 12 & under may attend the festival for free. All other guests 13+ must have a ticket. The VIP area will be reserved for ticket holders only, including kids 12 & under.

Join us for an exciting day of national, regional, and local music acts as well as local craft makers, bonfires, yard games, and food trucks. Indoor and outdoor stages. The festival will go on as planned rain or shine!!

Advanced tickets will go on sale through Eventbrite (link will be shared on this event page, so click that 'interested' or 'going' button to receive updates! Tickets will be limited. Tickets will be sold at the door on the day of show if available.

Featuring live music by:
Set times TBA
-Hackensaw Boys-
For almost two decades, the Hackensaw Boys have plowed the asphalt delivering their raw, gritty American vernacular sounds to music halls and streets across the world. Twenty years later, the group continues to bring their burning hot vision of American roots music into a new age, fueled as much by a rowdy punk spirit as by the traditional masters that first inspired them.

-The Tillers-
The Tillers have been thumping their own distinctive sound of string band style folk music for a decade, riding it all over the country and across the sea. Four studio albums and one live record have won them praise as modern folk storytellers of the national soundscape.

-Dharma Bombs-
Dharma Bombs formed in the heart of the Commonwealth with the intent to spread Appalachian music with a heaping side of Dixieland. We are a folk band equipped with a full horn section, lyrical swing, and a yearning to stir the dust off the dance floor. With diverse backgrounds from the swampy sounds of Baton Rouge to the crooning twang of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Dharma Bombs is a confluence between folk music born on the street corners and ridge lines of the South. Hoot and holler, stomp and clap, twang and sang with the rowdy Dharma Bombs as they spread their special brand of authentic Appalachian Dixieland.

-The Judy Chops-
For the past decade, The Judy Chops have been wowing audiences with their deft musicianship and high-energy live shows. This seven-piece band comprised of family and friends has evolved from a Shenandoah Valley favorite into one of the hottest acts in the Virginia music scene. Their unique take on Americana is a fusion of modern and vintage musical styles, blending elements of swing, blues, rock, and soul for a sonic experience Huffington Post calls 'genre-defying!'

-Holy Roller (formerly Big Mama Shakes)!
We're an Americana rock group with southern influences.

-Alexa Rose-
Rootsy, alternative folk songstress from the Carolina mountains.

-Dogwood Tales-

-VILLAGES-
The band -- known as VILLAGES -- includes a revolving collaboration of some of RVA's most plugged-in musicians: Stephen Lecky (Farm Vegas), Zach Hudgins (Red Light Rodeo), Corey Wells (Shack Band), James Lloyd Hodges (Avers), and Stephen Kuester (Jackass Flats). Their folky, catchy debut EP was recorded with the help of Zach Fichter and Jeremy Simmons.
In just over a year, the band has already played an impressive slate of shows, supporting nationally touring artists like Dead Man Winter (Dave Simonette of Trampled By Turtles), Daniel Romano, and Larry Keel, at venues like The Broadberry, The Camel, and Strange Matter.
With more bands TBA!

Vendors and Food Trucks TBA

* If you are interested in volunteering for the Tuckahoe Creek Americana Festival please email info@hardywood.com with the subject TUCKAHOE VOLUNTEER.

* If you are interested in being a vendor the Tuckahoe Creek Americana Festival please email info@hardywood.com with the subject TUCKAHOE VENDOR.

We're looking forward to sharing this exciting day of music with you all!


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Hardywood Park Craft Brewery (West Creek)

820 Sanctuary Trail Drive

Richmond, VA 23238

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