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Legend Valley is a 230 acre site with plentiful parking (car, RV), camping and production areas. There is a permanent stage and there are various production amenities available. Contact us to discuss your event needs.

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Here’s an incomplete list of events we’ve hosted in the past. Concerts and festivals of every size, athletic events like warrior dashes and races.

  • The Dixie Jam – July 30, 1978, July 1, 1979, August 1, 1981, August 8, 1982, August 28, 1983 and July 6, 1985
  • The Cars – July 15, 1979, with Cheap Trick, Eddie Money, Utopia and Roadmaster
  • Ted Nugent – July 12, 1980, with Def Leppard and Scorpions
  • Hank Williams, Jr. – July 25, 1982, with Alabama and Juice Newton, August 30, 1986, with Earl Thomas Conley and Sawyer Brown and August 13, 1988, with Linda Ronstadt
  • Journey – June 26, 1983, with Bryan Adams
  • Foghat – June 27, 1983
  • .38 Special – July 25, 1984, with Molly Hatchet and Night Ranger
  • Scorpions – September 2, 1984, with Quiet Riot, Fastway and Kick Axe
  • Bryan Adams – July 13, 1985, with Kim Mitchell and The Innocent
  • The Beach Boys – July 27, 1985, with John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band
  • ZZ Top – June 28, 1986, with Yngwie Malmsteen and The Call
  • AC/DC – September 6, 1986, with Quiet Riot and Loudness
  • Bon Jovi – May 24, 1987, with Cinderella and July 2, 1989, with Skid Row
  • Mötley Crüe – July 26, 1987, with Whitesnake and Anthrax and July 4, 1990, with Tesla and Johnny Crash
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd – June 12, 1988, with The Rossington Band and May 30, 1993
  • The Grateful Dead – June 25, 1988, with Bruce Hornsby & The Range, June 9, 1991, with The Violent Femmes, July 1, 1992, with The Steve Miller Band, June 11, 1993, with Sting and July 29, 1994, with Traffic
  • Def Leppard – August 6, 1988, with Europe
  • Aerosmith – August 28, 1988, with Guns N’ Roses
  • Poison – May 20, 1989, with Warrant and Tesla and May 31, 1993, with The Damn Yankees and FireHouse
  • Alabama – June 25, 1989, with The Forester Sisters
  • Metallica – August 12, 1989, with The Cult and June 28, 1992, with Metal Church
  • Kathy Mattea – September 2, 1990, with Travis Tritt
  • Bad Company – July 7, 1991, with The Damn Yankees
  • Lollapalooza – July 8, 1993 and July 3, 1996
  • Van Halen – August 2, 1993, with The Vince Neil Band
  • Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band – August 21, 1993, July 16, 1994, with Melissa Etheridge, August 5, 1995 and June 15, 1996
  • The World of Music, Arts and Dance Festival – September 10, 1993
  • Megadeth – August 9, 1997, with Life of Agony and Coal Chamber
  • Alice Cooper – August 10, 1997, with Warrant, Dokken and Slaughter
  • The Hookahville Festival – May 28–30, 1999, May 26–28, 2000, May 24–25, 2002, May 27, 2006, May 25–27, 2007, May 23–25, 2008, May 23–24, 2009, May 29–31, 2010, May 28–30 and September 2–4, 2011 and May 25–27, 2012
  • Jefferson Starship – July 31, 1999
  • Hell Run (race) September 29, 2012
  • The Yonder Mountain String Band – May 27, 2006
  • The Guess Who – September 2, 2006
  • The Dark Star Orchestra – August 31, 2007
  • The Harvest Jam – September 1–3, 2007
  • The Cabin Fever Jam – May 1–2, 2009
  • The Woodshock Festival – August 14–15, 2010 and August 5–7, 2011
  • The Kottonmouth Kings – September 4, 2010 and August 5, 2011
  • The All Good Music Festival – July 19–22, 2012 and July 18–21, 2013
  • The Dark Star Jubilee – August 31–September 2, 2012, May 24–26, 2013 and May 23–26, 2014, May 22-24 2015, May 27-29 2016
  • The Werk Out Music Festival – September 20–23, 2012, September 12–15, 2013 and August 7–9, 2014, August 6-8 2015, August 4-6 2016
  • WCOL 92.3’s Country Jam – June 16, 2013, June 13–14, 2014, featuring Eric Church, Sept 4-5 2015, Sept 2-3 2016
  • Aaron Lewis – June 28, 2013, with Blackberry Smoke
  • Furthur – July 20, 2013
  • The Gathering of the Juggalos Festival – July 23–26, 2014, July 22-25 2015, July 20-23 2016
  • WCOL 92.3’s Woodystock Festival – August 29–30, 2014
  • Resonance Music and Art Festival, Sept 22-24 2016