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If you love music, dancing, and a beautiful view, it's time to pull out your calendars and get ready to mark some dates off for some great music, under the stars.

Starlight Canyon is ready once again planning amazing evenings filled with music,  it's time for the Troubadour Series.

What is the Troubadour Series?

Starlight Canyon hosts traveling musicians from time to time, and they will open up the venue for you to come and enjoy music under the stars.

Photo courtesy: Starlight Canyon
Photo courtesy: Starlight Canyon

Get ready to spend some quality time with your sweetheart kicking up your heels, or your family and friends listening to come great music.

The Troubadour Series at Starlight Canyon kicks off on Thursday, April 27th

The Queen Bees Band 

Gates will open at 6 pm, the show will start at 7 pm and last through 9 pm.

The event is BYO, bring your own

  • chairs and blankets
  • Food and drinks
  • Yourself, friends, and family.

The cost is $15 per person and 12 and under get in free.

The event is family-friendly so it's ok if you want to bring your kids, they'll have fun.

The venue will have restroom facilities, parking is limited so carpool if you can. Parking is available in the back and overflow will be located at the community center.

The historic Starlight Canyon Bed and Breakfast is located at 100 Brentwood Road. Which is located at the end of South Osage just 4 miles off the loop between Timbercreek and Palisades.

Troubadour Series Schedule includes:

Saturday, May 27th - Claude Bourbon


Friday, June 2nd - Goldpine

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