RHEC Fest 2017

Upcoming Festival Performers

The first annual RHEC Fest- Raise Hell and Eat Cornbread Festival will be held on Friday, May 12th thru May 14th at the Climb in Russellville, Kentucky. Featuring artists; Upchurch, Demun Jones, Redneck Souljers, Shotgun Shane, and Twang and Round.

 

This is the second season for the Climb, the venue that RHEC fest is being held at. Ben Lamb, the owner, “hopes that RHEC fest entices Bonnaroo and other festival attendees--to spend less and enjoy what the local area has to offer.” The Climb is routinely a rock quarry open to the public for fishing, zip lining, four wheeler riding, swimming, kayaking, and primitive camping. This weekend, it will be the home for over 500 music lovers who are eager to float in the water, camp, and hang out with their friends while watching their favorite bands play.

 

The main festival event--Ryan Edward Upchurch, the lead singer of the band, Upchurch the Redneck is a Tennessee native. His career began in 2014 when he released online videos of himself with friends singing along with other popular country songs and within a month gained over 100,000 fans. From there, he created is first single, “Raise Hell and Eat Cornbread.” His country rap sound unique to the genre was an instant hit. Now, he spends his time traveling from state to state, creating new music with his friends and having a good time.

 

Tickets can be bought online at www.eventbrite.com. General admission tickets are $40.00 which include primitive camping, concert access, and all of the Climb outdoor activities for the entire weekend. Check in begins at 4:00pm on Friday, May 12th.

 

VIP tickets are $100.00 which include camping, concert access, special access to all musicians, early check in, free t-shirts, and all of the Climb outdoor activities for the entire weekend. Check in begins at 2:00pm on Friday, May 12th.

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