The Caverns announces three concerts for 2021.
“In 2020, we successfully brought back live music in a responsible way with 4 nights of Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit,” says Todd Mayo, The Caverns owner in a release, “We understand the seriousness of the current situation and have worked hard to plan events with COVID-19 mitigation precautions in place that adhere to the State of Tennessee’s “Tennessee Pledge” based on CDC guidance to reopen responsibly. These amazing bluegrass shows are just the start of a wide variety of programming we’ll present in our new amphitheater in early 2021!”
- Steep Canyon Rangers (March 28) have collaborated with famous actor and banjo player Steve Martin as well as Philadelphia soul legends Boys II Men, all the while expanding their sound into country and Americana. Event Webpage | Direct Ticket Link
- The SteelDrivers(April 10)were the very first artists to perform on Bluegrass Underground over a decade ago and have appeared on the show on PBS as well. Today, this hard-edged bluegrass band is a perennial favorite of The Caverns audiences. Event Webpage | Direct Ticket Link
- Del McCoury(April 18) is the elder statesman of the bluegrass genre and the most awarded artist in the history of the International Bluegrass Music Association (IMBA) with 9 IBMA Entertainer of the Year Awards. Event Webpage | Direct Ticket Link
Attendees can expect to enter the concert at staggered times, pods for 2,4, and 6 people. Pods are placed 6 feet apart. Masks will be mandatory for the concert except when in your pod, all concessions will be ordered on an app and delivered to your pod.