MUSIC AT FOXFIRE
Our 2021 Blues Season kicked off with Lightnin’ Malcolm on April 11th. Next up is Big A and the Allstars featuring Space Cowboy on April 23rd, followed by the smooth sounds of Garry Burnside on May 9th.
Our concerts will continue every 2nd and 4th Sunday through November.
To learn more about our musical gatherings, or to plan your own festival or workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org and sign up for our email list! That way you can secure a front-row seat, a steaming hot plate, and join the Foxfire family.
Photography by Hollie Creative Studios, Keerthi Chandrashekar, Steven W. Likens, Roger Stolle, & Ben Wooley Photography
Marshall County has a rich tradition of Sunday evening blues and juke joints, music filled picnics, and neighbors gathering on porches to play music. It is a quintessential part of our Hill Country Blues culture. In 2008, Foxfire reignited the longstanding tradition and began hosting concerts featuring local Hill Country Blues musicians every Sunday evening from March to Thanksgiving. Since that time Foxfire has been recognized as a best small-town outdoor music venue and place to visit by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Garden & Gun magazine , and a host of media outlets, websites , and blogs.
Come see for yourself, we juke up in here!