This Friday night, the International Bluegrass Museum will be rocking with the 23 String Band. As part of their concert series, the show will be a benefit for the museum. Organizers say tickets are going fast!
The 23 String Band is consistently one of the most requested bands at ROMP because of their high energy, acoustic Americana music. As ROMP and the museum have grown in recent years, events at the museum have grown as well, but IBM Promotions Director Chris Langdon says 23 String Band’s popularity is helping this to be the biggest show of the concert series so far. “We usually cap ticket sales at 100, but because this will be a standing room show, we’ve increased it to 140,” Landon said.
With only 20 tickets left as of Wednesday afternoon, the show is almost sold out.
Tickets are $23 (of course!), which includes a reception with finger food, beer, and wine provided by The Miller House Restaurant at 6:30 pm. Music begins at 7:30pm at the International Bluegrass Museum. Tickets can be purchased by calling (270)-926-7891 or at the door – if there are any left.