NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Kentucky’s bourbon country will be pouring out a variety of music at their second annual Yake Music Festival, which will be held at The Amp at Dant Crossing on Saturday, July 2. Kentucky native, Dustin Collins, will be headlining the event along with opening acts Kaleb Cecil, No Deceit, Tony Logue, Hotel Whiskey and Taylor Hughes. The music will kick off at 3 p.m. ET and the festival will also feature face painting and bounce houses for younger attendees, with fireworks to follow that night. To purchase tickets, click HERE.
The Amp at Dant Crossing, which “provides an incredible backdrop of quintessential Kentucky scenery (The News-Enterprise),” kicked off their 2022 concert series with performances by Cole Swindell and Sara Evans in May, with additional star-studded performances to follow throughout summer and fall. Located in the scenic enclave of Gethsemane, just south of Lexington and Louisville, the 2,000-seat amphitheater kicked off its grand opening in Summer 2021 with a sold-out show by Little Big Town. Additional performances from chart-topping acts included Better Than Ezra, Phil Vassar, Mark Wills and more.
The Amp is a part of Dant Crossing, which is a 350-acre campus featuring the Log Still Distillery offering a unique Kentucky bourbon experience. It also includes five bed-and-breakfasts, a 20,000-square-foot wedding and event venue opening this spring and more amenities opening throughout 2022.
THE AMP AT DANT CROSSING 2022 LINEUP
May 27 The Marshall Tucker Band with The Outlaws
May 29 Lee Brice (with special guest Lewis Brice)
June 3 Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
June 17 Songwriter’s Night at The Amp (with performances by John Ramey, Mike Geiger, Wynn Varble and Bryce Long)
June 24 Brett Young
July 1 Dwight Yoakam (with special guest Dillon Carmichael)
July 2 Yake Music Festival (with performances by Dustin Collins, No Deceit, Kaleb Cecil, Tony Logue, Hotel Whiskey and Taylor Hughes)
July 10 Ashley McBryde
July 15 Tommy DeCarlo Singer of Boston
July 22 Mary Chapin Carpenter
Aug. 12 The Frontmen
Aug. 26 Justin Moore
Sept. 2 Diamond Rio
Sept. 5 Collective Soul and Switchfoot
Sept. 16 Clay Walker
Sept. 23 Billy Ray Cyrus
Sept. 30 Jake Owen
Oct. 7 Josh Turner
Oct. 28 Tracy Lawrence