The Concert in the Catskills returns June 15th to the Hudson River Front Venue Historic Catskill Point. Once again hot new country music will return to the Hudson Valley with the Concert in the Catskills - The River Sessions.

This year's show with The Wolf and WGNA will be on June 15th with doors opening at 6 PM and the show at 7:30 PM. Jackson Dean will headline this fantastic night of music with special guest Alana Springsteen.

Concert in the Catskills The River Sessions Returns to Catskill Point

Tickets for this show are on sale now. Order your before they are gone. There is a 3-tiered ticket price with the entry-level ticket starting at $37 and pit passes available for $60. VIP is already sold out.


The general admission ticket gets you access to the hospitality area and the beer garden. Pit passes will include access to the front and center stage pit area. Don't wait to get tickets today.

Jackson Dean in Concert in the Hudson Valley

Jackson Dean is a country singer/songwriter who has established his reputation as an old school gritty lyric driven outlaw style country artist. His latest album Big Blue Sky is due out on May 31st, 2024. His album Greenbroke is where you find his current hit Fearless.

Alana Springsteen will Perform at Concert in the Catskills on June 15th, 2024

Joining Jackson Dean for the show is Alana Springsteen. Alana is a Nashville singer/songwriter who crafts songs that leave an imprint on your heart. Originally from Virginia Beach, she now calls Nashville home. Her album which she released last year is titled TWENTY SOMETHING.

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30 Country Stars You Won't Believe Aren't Grand Ole Opry Members

Fifteen living CMA or ACM Entertainers of the Year are not members of the Grand Ole Opry, and a few of them barely recognize the vaunted stage. George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Willie Nelson are three legends who rarely play the Grand Ole Opry. Why?

That answer is often difficult to determine, but this list suggests reasons where appropriate. Membership into the Grand Ole Opry comes with an obligation to play the show frequently, but that's often set aside (Barbara Mandrell is an inactive member, for example). Only living artists are considered, and once a member dies, they are no longer a member.

For that reason, we've not included any country legends who've passed. That eliminates Toby Keith.

As of 2023, there are more than 70 members of the Grand Ole Opry. Historically, nearly 250 men, women and groups were members — so, it's a select group that excludes several Country Music Hall of Famers.

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