what you can expect at The Front Porch Jubilee

An excerpt from Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Band "Raise a Little Hell."

who you can see, hear, and enjoy! come and stay all day!

10:00 Tommy Dunlap

10:30  North Mississippi Ministerial Gospel Choir

11:00  Vision

11:35  Randy Martin

12:05  Andrew Hancock

1:00 Jack Rowell & the Royal Blues Band

2:00  Frank Caswell

2:30 Cosmic Hate Destroyers

3:05  Woodstomp

3:55  Sharde Thomas & the Rising Star Fife and Drum Band

4:30  R.L. Boyce

5:15  Grits & Soul

6:20  Cary Hudson & Band

7:50  Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Band

9:30  Kenny Brown & Duwayne Burnside


Important Details

• Tickets are $5.00. Purchase Here.
• Or at the gate on Sept. 30.
• Entry before noon is free.  
• Children under 18 get in free.
• Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged.
• No coolers allowed.
• Food trucks on site.
• Domestic and Imported Beer (at noon) 
• Soft Drinks, Water, etc. available for purchase.
• 426 Park St., Hernando, MS. - Click on map below.
• Free parking adjacent to the Gin.
• Music begins at 10:00 a.m. with The Saturday Morning Gospel Hour. Please call (901) 569-5482 to inquire about performing.
• Open Mic 12:00 to 2:00. Special cameo appearances by various performers.
• Featured Performances begin at 2:00


Tickets, Click Here
Directions, See Map Below
Information on Performers and The Front Porch Jubilee, Click Here

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The Front Porch Jubilee is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 event created to raise money to renovate the Historic Von Theater in Hernando, Mississippi. In conjunction with the Jubilee is the creation of the Mississippi Hill Country Music Hall of Fame. Elvis Presley played the Von Theater in his younger years as well as others such as Jerry Lee Lewis and Eddie Bond. Later, a young Kenny Brown also played the Von Theater. Kenny, along with the North Mississippi Allstars, Jerry Lee Lewis and the late Gus Cannon made up the inaugural class of the Hall of Fame in 2014. The Jubilee itself is held on the grounds of the Clifton Gin in Hernando, where the Mississippi Blues Trail Marker “Beale Town Bound” has been placed in honor of area musicians who have made notable contributions to the culture and fabric of our American experience