Ole Smoky Distillery has announced their 2019 entertainment series, Jars & Jams. This year, the moonshine company, in partnership with Moonstruck Management, is continuing to expand their genre of musical acts by bringing in some rock and country artists to their mix of talented bluegrass bands.
The program will kick off with a performance from The Band Perry and will continue with big names such as Vertical Horizon, David Nail and Sister Hazel. Ole Smoky has also booked a handful of authentic bluegrass bands that are always crowd favorites including Balsam Range, Lonesome River Band, The Cleverly’s, and more.
“The last two years’ concert series programs were great successes and we are looking forward to our third year hosting amazing events that everyone can enjoy,” says Robert Hall, CEO of Ole Smoky. “Not only are these concerts great for our business, but they also encouraged people to visit the area, which in turn brought much business to other establishments in Sevier County.”
This concert series comes as Ole Smoky gears up for the opening of their 4th distillery in Nashville this spring, where more great musical entertainment will be offered.
Jars & Jams Series Line Up
(Schedule subject to change)
Shows at Ole Smoky Distillery, Holler (903 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN)
May 24th - Newtown
June 7th - Lonesome River Band
July 5th - Love Canon
July 19th - The Church Sisters
August 2nd - Balsam Range
August 17th - Volume 5
September 6th - Kaitlyn Baker
Shows at Ole Smoky Distillery, Barn (131 The Island Drive Pigeon Forge, TN)
May 7th - The Band Perry
May 29th - Tonic
June 20th - Sister Hazel
June 26th - Luke Pell
July 11th - The Cleverly’s
July 25th - Kaitlyn Baker
August 8th - David Nail
September 19th - Vertical Horizon
October 4th - The Church Sisters
For more information about Ole Smoky and an up-to-date Jars & Jams line-up, please visit www.olesmoky.com.
About Ole Smoky® Distillery LLC:
Ole Smoky is the leading craft distiller in the US and the first federally licensed distillery in the history of East Tennessee. Founded in 2010, Ole Smoky’s roots can be traced to the Smoky Mountains’ earliest settlers, families who produced moonshine with enduring pride and Appalachian spirit. In 2009, Tennessee laws changed, and suddenly, it was legal to make, distill and sell the infamous and illicit moonshine the region had become known for — and Ole Smoky was born, with products crafted from a century-old recipe. In 2016, Ole Smoky debuted its line of premium whiskeys, many of which have been launched nationally. Today, Ole Smoky retails globally and offers more than 25 creative moonshine flavors and 17 inventive whiskey flavors. Ole Smoky can be found at the company’s distilleries, online, in grocery and liquor stores nationwide, as well as in on-premise establishments, including some of the biggest music and sporting venues in the country. Ole Smoky is the home to the most visited distillery in the world and in 2018 alone, more than four million people visited Ole Smoky’s three famed East Tennessee locations: The Holler & The Barrelhouse in Gatlinburg and The Barn in Pigeon Forge. In 2019, Ole Smoky will open a fourth location in Nashville. For more information, please visit olesmoky.com and follow Ole Smoky on social media @olesmoky.
Around four million people visit Ole Smoky’s three famed East Tennessee distilleries annually: Holler™, Barrelhouse™, and Barn™. The Holler™ sees over two million visitors per year making it the most visited distillery in the world. In 2019, Ole Smoky will open a 4th location in Nashville.
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