Summer may be drawing to a close but this year, 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 through the months of September and 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.
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. Cost is $15 in advance or $20 day of show with the exception of the Oct. 3 show, which is only $10 per person. Kids age 12 and under are free, so bring the family!
Cedar Creek and RD Productions have taken every precaution to ensure that this year's concert series is fun and safe. Attendees are encouraged to follow all CDC and State of Indiana guidelines to prevent transmission of the Covid-19 virus. This event's safety plans have been evaluated and approved by the Morgan County Health Department and attendees are reminded that face masks are recommended in crowded situations and to please practice social distancing to help keep everyone safe and healthy. Attendance at these concerts will also be limited to ensure that there is plenty of room available for appropriate social distancing.
The Ultimate Aldean & Luke Bryan Tribute
The Purple Madness (Prince Tribute)
The Nauti Yachtys
Beatles vs Stones
The Big 80's
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.