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Molly Healey & The Burney Sisters @ Rose Music Park

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Rose Music Hall, 1013 Park Ave., Columbia, Mo

Rose Music Hall Presents MOLLY HEALEY STRING PROJECT + THE BURNEY SISTERS Friday, June 9 Doors 6:30pm // Show 7:30pm at Rose Park (Outside Rose Music Hall - All Ages) $8 in Advance // $10 Day of Show On Sale Nów:

Molly Healey String Project The Burney Sisters

$8 advance/$10 day of show

The 2023 Open Highway Music Festival is coming to #TheChAmp! Tickets on sale Friday, March 24th at 10:00am.

St. Louis’ Open Highway Music Festival is returning this year and in a big way. The two-day event, featuring Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Blackberry Smoke, The Heavy Heavy, S.G. Goodman and more is celebrating its 12th Anniversary this summer. The home-grown festival kicks off Friday, June 16th and Saturday, June 17th at Chesterfield Amphitheater.

Weekend Reserved Seating: Includes a reserved, fixed stadium-style seat for Friday, June 16th and Saturday, June 17th. Includes access to the lawn, but also have an assigned seat.

Weekend GA Pit: Access to the lawn and pit on Friday, June 16th and Friday, June 17th. No reserved seat.

Friday GA: Access to the lawn on Friday, June 16th.

Saturday GA: Access to the lawn on Saturday, June 17th.

Kids under 12 are free!

Rain or Shine Event/No refunds. Food Trucks:

Grace Chicken and Fish

Woko Taco


The Burney Sisters TRIO @ Moccasin Creek Festival (Fri & Sat)

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Moccasin Creek Festival, The Stage at Lake Sara, Effingham, IL

The Burney Sisters Trio will play Moccasin Creek on Friday June 22 and Saturday June 23rd.

Moccasin Creek Festival is an annual 4-day music festival which takes place at beautiful Lake Sara just west of Effingham, Illinois. The lake was created in the 1950's from five creeks that run through the basin. One of those creeks was named Moccasin Creek by a surveyor named Griffin Tipsword in the 1850's, because of moccasin tracks he found on the banks.

The founder of Moccasin Creek Festival is Bill (Poss) Passalacqua, an Effingham native who has built his life around writing, performing and promoting music. The Passalacqua family has a rich musical history, and Bill has three brothers, all of whom are musicians. Each of them have followed in father Larry's musical footsteps. Folk, bluegrass, alt country, roots rock, and blues - "Americana" music. This is what MCF is all about - in the shade of a hickory grove, next to a lake, at the onset of summer.