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Brown County's Newest Music Venue is a Hit

August 22, 2016

Whether it is at a local restaurant or one of its many music fests, Brown County is big on live music. And now there is a new venue in town offering its own unique spin on live entertainment. The Indiana RedBarn Jamboree is up and running, hosting one-of-a-kind concerts nearly three nights each week.

Since its debut weekend on August 4-6, the Indiana RedBarn has continued to delight its guests with its top-notch line-up of performers and down-home, rustic charm. The RedBarn shows no signs of slowing down either, with a full schedule of performances through the fall.

After years of sitting empty and two floods later, the Indiana RedBarn is back in business. Not your typical concert venue, the RedBarn provides a small, intimate setting where audience members are so close to the musicians they could reach out and touch them…or at least have a chat. The venue’s approximately 200 wooden seats face the stage so all eyes and ears are on the main event.

Concert attendees are even allowed to bring their own beverages, alcohol included. Guaranteed to be a fun night for everyone, the Indiana RedBarn gives off a laid-back vibe while still offering high-quality shows for only $10 a pop. Plus, half of all proceeds made at a show are split with the performers. A win-win situation not only for listening guests but also the musicians!

Another unique aspect of the Indiana RedBarn is its onsite camping opportunities. Guests can complete their RedBarn experience by hanging out after the show and staying overnight. Offering both electric and primitive sites, camping at the RedBarn is the perfect way to keep the fun going. Show-goers are even likely to find some tasty food on the property too!

The Indiana RedBarn Jamboree is conveniently located off State Road 46 East between the town of Nashville and the Brown County State Park. Tickets are $10 per person, and another $10 for those camping onsite. Children 10 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased at the door and guests are welcome to bring their own drinks.

Performances typically take place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Thursday shows are from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday shows are from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Upcoming performances include the Hammer & The Hatchet, Will Scott & Opal Fly, Females of Folk, the Bopha Boys, Split Rail, Earphorik, the Flatland Harmony Experiment, Slidecat Royale, Empty Glass Prophets, and many others.

For more information on the Indiana RedBarn Jamboree, please visit

Experience Brown County’s newest music venue and have some fun in the hills at the one and only Indiana RedBarn Jamboree!

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