Cowboy Luau adds Uncle Kracker
Lineup includes Brantley Gilbert and Brett Young
Excitement continues to build for the next Cowboy Luau to be held Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17 at Poconos Park in the Poconos Mountains region of Pennsylvania. Organizers are pleased to announce the addition of Uncle Kracker (“When the Sun Goes Down”, “Follow Me”, “Smile”, “Drift Away”) to the already stellar lineup with headliners Brantley Gilbert and Brett Young.
Plus, single-day tickets are available starting at just $49.99 plus general admission, plus a limited one-day Lawn Party four-seat pack for just $99 while supplies last. stocks. Tickets are available through Etix and through the Cowboy Luau website.
“We realize a lot of people have had to tighten their belts, so now there’s no excuse not to ‘Get Your Good Times On’ and ‘Party in the Poconos!'” says John M. Oakes , CEO/Founder of From The Parc Racines/Poconos. “We want music fans to come experience Poconos Park. It’s a breathtaking venue and the experiences we plan to deliver will be second to none – on top of all that, where else can you go see a national headliner with three of your friends for less than $100? »
Cowboy Luau’s full lineup of entertainment will run from 1-11 p.m. daily. In addition to headlines with Brantley Gilbert and Brett Young, the two-day festival will also include performances by Pennsylvania’s Warren Zeiders, as well as Ryan Griffin, Dylan Schneider, Austin Meade, Kassi Ashton, Rick Monroe & the Hitmen, Aydamn, and Jake’s Rockin’ Country Band, with more.
Fans can also enjoy activities like DJ dance parties, hula and line dancing, a cornhole tournament (the daily winner receiving a backstage photo with Brantley Gilbert or Brett Young), and even an opportunity to win a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Cowboy Luau will also include locally sourced artisan food, chef-led cocktails and, of course, cold beer curated by Event Hospitality Solutions. Plus, the festival will feature delicious food and drink options from local restaurants and chefs, including local outlets The Morning Brew, Juby’s Smoothies, and more.
In early 2022, Oakes’ From the Roots, a property development and site management company, acquired over 200 acres of land, including the nearly $40 million development formerly known as Mt. Laurel Performing Arts Center and the Tom Ridge Pavilion. A short drive from New York, Philadelphia, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Newark, Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, From the Roots recognized the immediate potential of the place, took action, renovated, improved and reopened it under the name of Poconos Park.