Red Dirt gets Revitalized

Oklahoma City man Chris “Julio” Allred is pulling out all the stops to bring a foot-stompin’ good time back to Red Dirt country!

The Rockin’ Red Dirt Revival is a 14 week series starting Feb 26, then every other Saturday night til May 21 at various venues spanning OKC to Fayetteville, AR. Concerts will take the best Rock and Red Dirt bands from TX/OK, and pair them with the crazy popular Jamgrass bands in the region. Plus, add in an acoustic singer/songwriter on a side stage playing during band changeovers.

Red Dirt Revival Dates and Line-ups

Feb 26.
Benjamin Del Shreve
Chad Sullins and the Last Call Coalition
Jason Stringfellow Band
Mr. Gib Stones

Mar 12.
the Whistle Pigs
Charliehorse
Exit 174
Corey Carter (formerly of Fade to Fall)

Mar 26.
Willie Stradlin
Red Eye Gravy
Jason Strode Band
Joe Mack

Other bands included in RDR are Adam Lopez and the Lo Tops, 2 Steps Back, Zach Williams and the Reformation, Tyrannosaurus Chicken, Brandon Clark Band, Mountain Sprout and more.

There will also be a coordinating Songwriter class/workshop at the Fayetteville Public Library on late afternoons the day before each show. At least 1 artist that we’ve booked in will conduct a freebie workshop on song writing, teaching writing methods, inspiration harnessing, music and lyric development, and sharing their experiences in writing their own material and their lives in the music industry. Impromptu concerts are expected to break out at any time.

There will also be a “Well Drinks for Mental Wellness” campaign going on throughout the concert series, so keep your ears open for all the different bars and restaurants participating in this innovative awareness campaign for mental health issues.

Advance tickets can be snagged for $10 at www.honkthetonk.com starting on Feb. 3.

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  2. It was a flop! Bands did not get payed and the head guy putting it on took the money and ran! Low life! Hope he never comes across me or I will take payment out of his ass!