Cumberland Caverns Live Comes To The Volcano Room In 2018

Monday, December 11, 2017

Cumberland Caverns, together with RCS Productions, announce Cumberland Caverns Live, a new concert series taking place in the historic Cumberland Caverns Volcano Room.  The series will kick off on Feb. 3 with Front Country and John Stickley Trio followed by Chris Knight and Travis Meadows on Feb. 25, Mother’s Finest on March 10, Shawn Mullins on March 17, Secret Sisters and Lilly Hiatt on April 14, and High Valley on May 12.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday via CumberlandCaverns.com.  Additional artists and performance dates will be announced in the coming weeks. 

For over 55 years Cumberland Caverns Historic Volcano Room has hosted a wide array of musicians.  This room 333’ below the surface, has caught the attention of the music industry for its near-perfect acoustics presented with a backdrop of formations and beauty, said officials. Forbes, Time, and Jetsetter have included music at Cumberland Caverns on some of their most prestigious lists of places you don’t want to miss. 

“You’re not just coming for a concert at a cave when you visit Cumberland Caverns Live,” said General Manager Robby Black. “you are embarking on a memory-making journey with friends and family.  When we say, ‘our musical roots run deep,’ at 333’ underground, we’re not kidding.” 

In addition to a new concert series, Cumberland Caverns and RCS Productions are focused on bringing an elevated experience to concert attendees when they are welcomed back in 2018.  Officials said changes include: 

Smoother Check-In Experience – New directional signage, early entry options, a more guest friendly check-in process and paperless ticketing will equate to a better event for guests from start to finish 

Improved Seating Options – Existing seating is being replaced with expanded and more comfortable options in all areas of the room 

Updated Menu Items – In addition to Cave Chili, the Volcano Room will now offer an expanded list of healthy options such as soups, salads, and wraps 

Concert announcements and updates will be available at CumberlandCaverns.com and the Cumberland Caverns Live Facebook page. 



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