Tradition continues on Saturday, August 18, 2012 with the second annual “Music in the Mountain Concert”. Choose from two great shows or enjoy both at a discounted price. Using the stage created by John Lair in the 1960’s, the shows will be performed in Echo Auditorium within Great Saltpetre Cave. Choose from two great shows or enjoy both at a discounted price.
Woody Pines at 1:00-3:00 PM
This charismatic Asheville, N.C. band has something for all ages playing a variety of bluegrass, ragtime, country blues, and old-time mountain music. www.woodypines.com.
Rockcastle County’s Finest at 6:00-8:00 PM
A variety of local artists including The Southern Strings with Buddy Mullins, Level Green, and the Johnson Sisters.
The Preserve will be open from 10:00 AM until 9:00 PM. Spend the day and enjoy the food, refreshments, and the beautiful grounds.
No reserved seating. Handicap assistance available.
Please arrive at least 1 hour early for parking and seating.
Remember to bring a jacket; the cave temperature is always a cool 58 degrees.
Great Saltpetre Cave is 9 miles off Interstate 75 at exit 59 on St Rt. 1004 at mile marker 9. Follow the signs. GPS coordinates are: N 37 deg 21.993 min, W 84 deg 12.391 min
Looking for a place to stay while in Rockcastle County? http://www.rockcastletourism.com/places-to-stay/hotels/
Music in the Mountain supports the mission of RKC, protecting Kentucky’s karst environments and supporting responsible access to caves, including Great Saltpetre Cave. For more information go to http://www.rkci.org/