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High Valley Live at Steel Creek

Wednesday July 12th 2017

Doors: 4:00PM | Show  7:00PM

General Admission

PRICE: $9.41 (21+ Only)

  • No seating guaranteed

Select Seating

PRICE: $25 (21+ Only)

  • Seating in rows 7-14

VIP Meet & Greet

PRICE: $50 (21 + only)

  • Seating in rows 1-6
  • VIP dinner buffet
  • Meet & Greet with artist

15% of total ticket sales will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

High Valley BIO

High Valley’s major label debut single “Make You Mine” (Atlantic / Warner Music Nashville) is an exercise in balance and purity of expression. By combining their bluegrass roots with a modern pulse, brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel have created something that feels simultaneously fresh and timeless.

Beginning with a burst of turbocharged acoustic guitar, the tune builds momentum with a four-on-the-floor kick drum and rousing group choruses that beg to be shouted at full-volume. This energetic attack is mirrored by the determination and confidence in the lyrics, aimed at winning over a “soul miner’s daughter.” Also remarkable is how “Make You Mine” refuses to be overwhelmed by electric instrumentation, staying close to its acoustic core. That was a very conscious decision, according to mandolin player/harmony vocalist Curtis.

“Even getting some buddies in the studio and just shouting out lyrics, bringing energy in that way instead of always defaulting to crunchy guitars and things like that,” says Curtis. “That’s what we’re all about.”

Earlier this year, Brad and Curtis played the song at the Grand Ole Opry and were fortunate to be accompanied in the hallowed circle by one of their biggest influences, Ricky Skaggs. ThoughSkaggs’ early ’80s heyday pre-dates either brother, they’ve been longtime fans since discovering him on the lone AM radio station they could receive growing up. While their upbringing in a close-knit remote community didn’t exactly acquaint them with all of popular music, it did help cement the musical ideals and love of simple, classic country that still inform the duo to this day.

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Listen to High Valley’s Hit Single

“Make You Mine”

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Where to park

-Street Parking

Parking on the street can be found all around Steel Creek and is FREE after 6pm. There is a charge before 6pm so make sure if you’re parking before that time you find a meter and pay to park or parking enforcement will give you a ticket.

-Steel Creek Free parking Lot

Located behind Steel Creek off court C there is a small lot dedicated for Steel Creek customers and employees. The lot is FREE to park but fills up fast. It offers 2 rows of parking stalls and is bordered by the Franciscan parking garage.

-Diamond Paid Parking Lot

Located behind Steel Creek off court C there is a large pay lot that is enforced by Diamond parking. It is open to the public after 5pm on weekdays and all day Sat & Sun. Make sure you visit the pay station if parking here to pay for your stall. (Rates may vary)