We’d like to invite everyone down to Laurel Cove Amphitheater at Pine Mountain State Resort Park for the last two shows in our Laurel Cove Socially Distant Mini Series. This weekend, October 10th, we have Going To The Woods: Featuring Dee Oh Gee, Nicholas Jamerson and the Morning Jays, and Eric Bolander Trio. Doors open at 6 PM, music at 7 PM.
Following that, on October 17th we have the slick southern rock sounds of the Steel Woods, with special guests 49 Winchester, and Middlesboro native Dalton Mills. Doors open at 4 PM, with music following at 7 PM.
Very limited tickets remain for each show, so get yours quick. Our venue is at less than 1/3 capacity and both shows require masks (when not in your seat) and for attendees to remain at least 6 feet away from those not in your group at all times. Click the links above for tickets and more information, including all safety protocol. Come see why Laurel Cove Amphitheater is one of the most incredible venues in our Commonwealth during one of the most amazing times of the year to visit Appalachia.
Don’t forget, we’ve got everything you could want to do outdoors! From hiking, kayaking, fly-fishing, golf, hunting, and so much more! For more information on things to do in Bell County, accommodations, etc., visit www.bellcountytourism.com and our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BellCountyKYTourism.