Fri, Jul 21|
2nd Annual Red Dirt Rodeo with Kenny Ray Horton and Colt 'O & the Firefly Show
🎵 Shadow Lake's gone country! Get ready to kick up your boots and join us for an unforgettable weekend of toe-tapping tunes, and two-stepping and high-energy performances. With mechanical bull rides and cowboy boot beer specials all weekend the Red Dirt Rodeo is going to be a wild ride! Yeehaw! 🤠
Time & Location
Jul 21, 2023, 7:00 PM – Jul 23, 2023, 1:30 AM
Shadow Lake , 101 Main St, Noel, MO 64854, USA
About the event
🎵 Shadow Lake's gone country! Get ready to kick up your boots and join us for an unforgettable weekend of toe-tapping tunes, and two-stepping and high-energy performances. From July 21st through July 22nd, we're bringing you our annual red dirt country music weekend the Red Dirt Rodeo sponsored by Tall Pines Distillery! With mechanical bull rides, moonshine and beer-filled cowboy boot specials all weekend.... it's going to be a wild ride! Yeehaw! 🤠🎶
🌟 Our lineup is packed with two powerhouse acts on Friday night for a local talent showcase: Kenny Ray Horton with Colt O' & the Firefly Show. All weekend there are beer-filled cowboy boot specials and mechanical bull rides from Destructores Old Town.
The event is sponsored by Tall Pines Moonshine Distillery--a different class of hillbilly. Tall Pines distills and sell quality spirits at a local still in Pineville, MO. Famous for their Huckleberry Moonshine, Tall Pines puts the kick in our crowd favorite Huckleberry Lemonade Fishbowl. Shop Tall Pines now by visiting their website: Tall Pines Distillery MO.
- The event is 18+
- Must have valid photo id for entry
- No large backpacks, purses, or bags allowed in the venue
A little about our musical acts, first up, we have a local favorite, Colt O' & the Firefly Show, also known as Colt O'Brien. Colt has played around the four-state area for some time now. He is genius on the guitar, has a great sense of humor and can make up an original song about anything at the drop of a hat! Colt takes a lot of inspiration from McDonald County when writing his music.
Colt opens for another local and country music sensation Kenny Ray Horton. With his soulful voice and captivating stage presence, Kenny will transport you to a world where storytelling meets guitars and heartfelt lyrics. Kenny Ray’s music was born and bred in southwest Missouri. Living on a dairy farm outside of Rocky Comfort, MO, he was raised on the southern gospel harmonies of Albert E. Brumley. After moving to Nashville to follow his dreams, Kenny learned from a select group of fellow musicians and songwriters including Blake Shelton, Verlon Thompson, John Jarvis, and Tom Wurth. Success came quickly with a cut by the legendary Kenny Rogers that garnered Horton the title of Gold Record Awarded Songwriter.
Kenny served our country for 21 years in the United States Navy, where he was selected to sing in the Navy’s premier country and bluegrass band, “Country Current.” Horton has performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” for countless dignitaries, national events as well as sporting events.
In every spare moment, Kenny Ray Horton has continued his songwriting and playing. He has written, “Run Petty Run,” for NASCAR’s king, Richard Petty and had the honor of presenting the song to Petty himself. Kenny Ray has also honored his home state of Missouri with the song, “Missouri,” and has enjoyed playing the song with Bluegrass and Country Singer, as well as fellow Missourian, Rhonda Vincent.
“I will always follow the music,” Kenny says. “It’s always worked the best for me.”
To learn more about Kenny Ray Horton, or to purchase his music, visit his website Kenny Ray Horton.
- Ticket type
Kenny Ray Horton & Colt O GA
This ticket is good for one entry to Shadow Lake's Red Dirt Rodeo with Kenny Ray Horton and Colt O' & the Firefly Show on Friday, July 21st. This ticket is not good for entry on Saturday night. Must be at least 18 years old for entry and have valid form of government issued photo ID. No large bags, purses or backpacks allowed in the venue.Price$10.00
+$0.25 service fee+$0.25 service fee