Enjoy the Eighth Annual Roadshow Revival at Mission Park in Downtown Ventura, Ca. June 25th & 26th, 2016
Roadshow Revival will take over Ventura’s Mission Park for two days, giving music fans the option to attend on Saturday, Sunday or both days. Saturday one-day general admission tickets start at $25 and 2-day tickets start at $50. Ticket prices include admission to all performances and activities.
This year the festival will benefit Food Share, Ventura County’s food bank.
Roadshow Revival’s Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash will take place on Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26 in the heart of Ventura’s historic downtown district at Mission Park, located at 185 East Santa Clara Street, Ventura, CA 93001.
VIP and general admission tickets are available now to purchase online. Active military get half off admission, with valid government ID, at the door. Single day VIP tickets are $175 and two day VIP tickets are $320. VIP include admission to the festival, complimentary food and beverages, early entry, a private bar, VIP view of the main stage and access to the orchestra pit. Car show passes and tour tickets are available. Tickets will also be available at the door.
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About Roadshow Revival
In 2009, musician and local business owner Ross Emery produced the first Johnny Cash Music Festival in Ventura County with support from the Cash family, his brother and the Ventura community. Following the event’s initial success, Emery bought the majority stake of the event in 2010 and gained the support of Johnny Cash’s daughter, Cindy Cash, who joined the production team. In 2011, the festival’s name was changed from The Johnny Cash Music Festival to Roadshow Revival – A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash. Today, Roadshow Revival is one of the largest tribute festivals on the West Coast.