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Yellowstone 2024 (1200 × 628 px)

The Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to present Brighton's 2nd Annual Yellowstone Country Music Festival.

The event will be from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Saturday June, 22, 2024.

There will be food trucks at the event for you to purchase food

 

 

What we will have:

  • There will be three country music bands playing throughout the afternoon/evening.

  • Availability to purchase food from a variety of food trucks for your dining pleasure.

  • There will be Yellowstone character look-alike contests.  So come dressed the part….

  • There will be a mechanical bull for the adventurous.

  • and more

What we will not have:

  • Weapons of any kind (There will be metal detectors at the entrance to the venue)

  • No Tailgating in the parking lots

  • No outside food or drinks

  • We love our pets, but no animals are allowed.

Please note:
The event venue takes credit and debit cards only.  The food trucks may take cash.

PARKING:

There is free parking at the location.

MUSIC Line up:

4:30-6 pm: REVIVAL: A Tribute to the Allman Brothers Band https://www.facebook.com/revivalmusicdetroit/

REVIVAL is Detroit’s A-list musicians playing tribute to the Allman Brothers, featuring guitar wizards Brett Lucas and Kris Kurzawa, respectively in the Duane Allman/Dickey Betts roles. Experience all the classic Allman Brothers hits such as “Midnight Rider”, “Ramblin Man”, and “Whipping Post” as well as deeper cuts that made the band southern rock legends.

Lucas and Kurzawa are joined by a group of virtuosic musicians including a two-drummer lineup that captures the magic improvisation pioneered by the classic Allman Brothers Band: Rob Avsharian and Jesse Kramer, drums; Mark Harper, keys; and John Barron, bass.

6:30-8 pm: Jill Jack Band - https://www.jilljack.com/

Jill Jack’s career has spanned decades and taken her around the globe, performing solo and with her band at sold-out shows, and opening for world-renowned acts.

Jack grew up in Huntington Woods and has lived in Ferndale for the last 24 years. Her work includes self-written songs in a style she broadly calls Americana, encompassing elements of folk, rock, country, pop and blues. She plays acoustic and electric guitar, and describes her stage presence as friendly, with a focus on storytelling and a dash of humor.

Since 1997, she has won 46 awards from the Detroit Music Awards Foundation, a nonprofit that seeks to recognize Detroit-area artists at the local, regional and national levels. Her career spans more than 25 years and 12 award-winning CDs, as well as three new singles during the pandemic.

She has toured across the country, appearing as a headliner at venues and festivals such as SXSW (South by Southwest), the Ann Arbor Folk Festival, the 30A Songwriters Festival, the WYCD Downtown Hoedown, the Blissfest Musical Festival, The Bluebird Cafe and The Living Room in New York City. She has played for audiences as big as 20,000 people and as intimate as 20. Jack has opened for such prominent touring acts as Bob Seger, John Waite, Emmy Lou Harris, Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin, Dan Fogelberg, Marshall Crenshaw, Chris Isaak, Marty Stuart, and Loretta Lynn.

8:30-10 pm: Tommy Steele Band - https://tommysteeleband.com/

With a distinctive and immediately identifiable sound, the Tommy Steele Band is a blend of influences that brings together the edgy musicianship and rocked-out passion from Garth Brooks, Eric Church, Luke Combs, early Allman Brothers Band and Lynrd Skynrd, with the raw lyrical sense of Springsteen.

Steele, a Michigan native, has performed at three CMA Music Festivals in Nashville, He's traveled the country and shared stages with megastars LeAnn Rimes, Gretchen Wilson, Little Big Town, Big & Rich, Blackberry Smoke, Dwight Yoakam, and many more. He has hosted the national syndicated TV show The Country Fix and worked on projects directly with Kevin Costner and his band, Modern West. Steele has penned songs with some of Nashville's best hitmakers and has released eight music videos posted six successful radio releases that have made it on Country, Inspirational Country, Adult Contemporary, and Rock charts with two songs, “What I Gotta Do” and “Real Americans”, reaching Number 1 by the EACM (Euro Academy of Country Music) and five charted singles on Nashville's Music Row Breakout Chart.

The Tommy Steele Band’s live shows are explosive, full of energy, entertaining and delivered with attitude. The band is comprised of seasoned musicians -- Rick Brainer, Bruce Mechan, and Dennis Mitchell -- who have been a part of other established touring acts, and, like Tommy, hail from the Great Lakes State of Michigan.

If you like the sounds of rockin’ country music, you will quickly become a fan of the Tommy Steele Band.