Head out to the Farm Campground & Events on 10/10/20 for a night of music & camping.

EUREKA SPRINGS, AR, October 02, 2020 /Neptune100/ — Bluegrass Music Hall of Famer and legendary performer Del McCoury is coming back to the Farm Campground & Event in Eureka Springs Arkansas for one very special, intimate concert experience on October 10th, 2020. The night will feature opening performances from Northwest Arkansas local rising stars, Opal Agafia and Friends of the Phamily. Camping is available and included with the $50 ticket. Friday early arrival is also available if you want to make a weekend of it. This event is called “Delberry” in the tradition of their other berry related music events.

Del McCoury got his start playing banjo for Bluegrass Pioneer Bill Monroe in 1963. Today he is one of the biggest and most legendary names in the genre. His strict observance of the tradition of the music, but his willingness to try new things has given him a fanbase that crosses the spectrum of Bluegrass fans. From the traditionalists and old school fans, to jam loving festival attendees, everyone is drawn in by his vibrant stage presence and virtuosity.

Backed by his sons, the Travelin’ McCoury’s, Del and his boys have a strong bond that they share with the audience night after night. Cracking jokes, telling stories, and performing at the highest level. Don’t miss the chance for another slice of that Hillberry magic we’re all sorely missing this year. Covid restrictions will be in place at this 160 acre festival venue, and patrons will be expected to observe them. More details are available on our event page.


Story by Brandon Carter

Deadhead Productions has been throwing music events for the past 11 years in Northwest Arkansas including the Hillberry, Highberry, Spaceberry and Phunkberry Music Festivals.

The Farm Campground & Events is a 160 acre campground nestled in the Ozark Mountains 9 miles west of Eureka Springs Arkansas. The venue backs up to Mark Twain National Forest and has been host to many events over the past 6 years.