Summer may be drawing to a close, but don't worry - Cedar Creek's annual Drink at the Creek Concert Series is still going strong. They'll continue welcoming amazing musical acts to the Drink at the Creek outdoor stage as the weather cools and leaves turn colors. That's right, concerts will continue through October! If you haven't made it out to one of these events yet because your summer was already too busy, or if you've been avoiding them due to the summer heat, this is your opportunity to experience these fun, outdoor live music events in a gorgeous setting. 

There are still several great shows on the schedule this year. All shows take place on the outdoor stage at Cedar Creek Winery, Brew Co and Distillery, located just three miles east of Martinsville on Leonard Road. Each of the remaining shows begin at 5 pm and music continues until 9 pm, with the notable exception of Labor Day Weekend. The Country Rockin' Blues Fest on Sept. 4-5 will feature five bands each day, beginning at 2 pm. Parking is free and overflow parking is available at nearby Hoosier Harvest Church, where a shuttle will be on hand transport you to the Cedar Creek grounds. 

Cost is generally $15 in advance or $20 day of show with the exception of shows on Sept. 18, Oct. 9 and Oct. 23, when admission is only $10 per person. A two-day pass is available for the Country Rockin' Blues Fest on Labor Day Weekend at $25 per person. Kids age 12 and under are always free, so bring the whole family! 

Be sure to bring your own seating. Food and beverages are available on site. No outside alcoholic beverages allowed. Here's a look at remaining shows, now through October. 

Upcoming shows:

August 28
The Chicago Experience (Chicago Tribute)
The Eagles Project (Eagles Tribute)

The Chicago Experience will perform at Cedar Creek on August 28. Photo credit: Luciano J Bilotti.

September 4
Country Rockin' Blues Fest - Day 1
She Loves Horses (Tom Petty Tribute)
Benito Dibartoli Blues Band
Jake Dodds
Jennie DeVoe
The Classic Rock Experience

September 5
Country Rockin' Blues Fest - Day 2
Gene Deer & Gordon Bonham Blues Band
Split Rail
Midnight Rider (Allman Brothers Tribute)
Creedence Revived (CCR Tribute)

September 11
Caribbean Night

Gone 2 Paradise (Jimmy Buffet Tribute)
Two for the Show

Gone 2 Paradise will perform on Sept. 11 at Cedar Creek Winery near Martinsville.

September 12
Symphony at The Creek
The Carmel Symphony Orchestra
The 78s

The Carmel Symphony Orchestra will perform at Cedar Creek Winery on Sept. 12.

September 18
The Woomblies Rock Orchestra
The Combonation

The Woomblies Rock Orchestra will perform on Sept. 18 at Cedar Creek Winery.

September 25
Kenny Live (Kenny Chesney Tribute)
Bigg Country

Kenny Live: The Chesney Experience will perform at Cedar Creek Winery on Sept. 25.

October 2
Cedar Creek Winery Anniversary Bash
Hairbangers Ball
The Big 80s

Hairbangers Ball will be joined on stage by The Big 80's on Oct. 24.

October 9
90s Rock Night
Pearl Jam Chicago (Pearl Jam Tribute)
Without U2 (U2 Tribute)

Pearl Jam Chicago will perform at Cedar Creek Winery on Oct. 9 along with Without U2.

October 16
Ultimate King of Pop Live Experience (Michael Jackson Tribute)
Groove Smash

The Ultimate King of Pop Live Experience comes to Cedar Creek Winery on Oct. 16.

October 23
Halloween Party
The Flying Toasters 
Brian Goins Trio

The Flying Toasters will perform at the Cedar Creek Winery Drink at the Creek Halloween Bash on Oct. 23.


If You Go:



You'll want to bring your own seating. Chairs and blankets are welcome. No tents/canopies allowed.
Coolers are allowed, but no outside alcohol can be brought on site. Beer, wine and spirits are available from Cedar Creek.
You may also want to bring sunscreen, bug spray and other outdoor necessities. As the weather cools down, be sure to pack a sweatshirt!
Social distancing guidelines are in place and attendees are asked to sit with their own family or group while maintaining distance from others. 
Bring a mask for trips inside the winery, brewery or distillery or when standing in lines for food or drink.
Well behaved pets are welcome, but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Parking is free on site with overflow parking at the nearby Hoosier Harvest Church. A shuttle is available throughout the evening. 


Consider making a weekend visit out of any of these shows to enjoy even more fall fun!
You'll find unique local eateries, fun things to do and additional events throughout Morgan County, as well as options for where to stay while you're in the area. Book a room at an area hotel, or put together a group of friends and rent out the entire facility at the newly opened Brickhouse Loft  in downtown Martinsville for a fun fall weekend with your social circle.