Fri May 3 2024

3:00 PM (Doors 2:00 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary

111 E Sixth Street Newport, KY 41071

$40

Ages 18+

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Friday- doors 2pm/music 3pm- $45
 
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers
The Hooten Hallers
The Dreadnoughts
Jeshua Marshall 
Matt Pless
Lonewolf OMB
40rty
Dead Man String Band
Noble Hobo
Tall Doug 
White Rose Motor Oil
Pine and Fire
Bobcat One Man Band
Gutter Town
The Bootstrap Boys 

MoonRunners Festival Night One

  • Sarah Shook & The Disarmers

    Sarah Shook & The Disarmers

    Outlaw Country

    It’s obvious listening to Sarah Shook and the Disarmers’ clear-eyed, biting, and unafraid songs that integrity is the most important thing to the Chapel Hill, North Carolina, country-punk outfit. “A lot of artists are in this industry for fame, recognition, and money but those things don’t mean anything to me,” says bandleader River Shook. “Songwriting is it for me. It’s the only real healthy coping mechanism I've ever had. It’s life-saving. I don't care about any superficial things when I’m making a record.” On their resonant fourth album Revelations, produced by Shook and out March 29 via Thirty Tigers, these raw and resilient tracks come first. Throughout, Shook’s deft storytelling documents regular people getting by and keeping on, all presented without filter or pretension.
  • The Hooten Hallers

    The Hooten Hallers

    Americana

    For the past fifteen years, The Hooten Hallers have been crisscrossing the country as inveterate road warriors, bringing their peculiar vision of Americana–a fiery rock and roll fever dream birthed in Missouri’s fertile musical heartland. They’ve put so many miles into the road that they’ve burned through multiple tour vans and left twisted metal and frayed rubber strewn across the road behind them. With their aptly named new album, Back In Business Again, the trio roar back on to the international stage with ten incendiary new original songs drawn from their many travels and inspired by the hardships that all touring musicians have faced throughout a seemingly never-ending pandemic. There’s hope in these new songs, but tinges of madness too, driven by the raw drumming and falsetto howl of Andy Rehm, the infernal growl and swirling guitars of John Randall, and the low rolling baritone and bass saxophones of Kellie Everett. The Hooten Hallers have always been musical colliders, smashing together everything from pre-war jazz to Chicago blues with jaunts around New Orleans and garage rock explorations with hints of punk rock. It’s Morphine meets ZZ Top mixed a dash of George Thorogood and Tom Waits along St. Louis’ Mississippi waterfront. Produced by bassist Dominic Davis (Jack White, Greensky Bluegrass), Back In Business Again takes a match to The Hooten Hallers’ fuse and explodes the renegade power trio to the edge and back again, one vigorous, swinging, perfectly peculiar song at a time. Bubbling beneath the rip-roaring surface of the new album are all-original songs of outsider Americana delight, from tall tales about near-mythological characters, to a eulogy commemorating the demise of 15 years worth of tour vans, to heartfelt blues, thoughtful love songs, and well beyond. Listening to the howls and growls of The Hooten Hallers’ new album, to the burning sax lines and powerful drumming, you’ll hear the pure joy of this band reveling in their newfound groove. 

  • The Dreadnoughts

    The Dreadnoughts

    Celtic Rock

  • Jeshua Marshall

    Jeshua Marshall

    Rock

  • Matt Pless

    Matt Pless

    Punk

  • Lonewolf OMB

    Lonewolf OMB

    Folk Rock

  • 40RTY

    40RTY

    Alternative Folk

  • Dead Man String Band

    Dead Man String Band

    Punk Blues

    Down to hell and back again is one way to put the feeling behind a lot of the songs currently coming from Dead Man String Band fronted by Northern Kentucky's Rob McAllister. With songs of loss, persistence, and a little tongue in cheek.
    Dead Man String Band has headlined the stage at Fountain Square (Cincinnati), played Bunbury Music Festival, headlined the CincyMusic Relaunch Party (2016), and is a staple in the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Music Scene.

  • Noble Hobo

    Noble Hobo

    Folk

  • Tall Doug

    Tall Doug

    Folk

  • White Rose Motor Oil

    White Rose Motor Oil

    Country-Rock

  • Pine and Fire

    Pine and Fire

    Folk

  • Gutter Town

    Gutter Town

    Cowpunk

  • Bobcat

    Bobcat

    Rockabilly

  • The Bootstrap Boys

    The Bootstrap Boys

    Country

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MoonRunners Festival Night One

Fri May 3 2024 3:00 PM

(Doors 2:00 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary Newport KY
MoonRunners Festival Night One

$40 Ages 18+

Friday- doors 2pm/music 3pm- $45
 
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers
The Hooten Hallers
The Dreadnoughts
Jeshua Marshall 
Matt Pless
Lonewolf OMB
40rty
Dead Man String Band
Noble Hobo
Tall Doug 
White Rose Motor Oil
Pine and Fire
Bobcat One Man Band
Gutter Town
The Bootstrap Boys 

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Ages 18+
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Sanctuary info
$45.00

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This event is 18 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.