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2014 Roadshow Revival

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2014 Roadshow Revival Band Lineup

The Sixth Annual Roadshow Revival

Ross Emery Entertainment and Cindy Cash bring the annual homage to the "Man in Black" back to the Johnny Cash's old stomping grounds on Father's Day Weekend

One of the largest tribute concerts on the West Coast returns in full swing in 2014 as "A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash" takes over the grassy fields at the beachfront Ventura County Fairgrounds on Father's Day weekend. The sixth annual event will feature popular outlaw country, rockabilly, bluegrass and Johnny Cash tribute bands, plus a pin-up girl pageant, hot rods, custom cars and motorcycles, Johnny Cash memorabilia, food & beverage, a kid's corral and scores of vendors with unique offerings and collectibles.

While the full lineup is still being developed, several musical acts have been confirmed, including country music maverick Dale Watson; preeminent San Diego blues/rockabilly outfit The Paladins; The Americans, a Los Angeles-based original Americana band who recently appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman; L.A. native, current Nashville resident and celebrated multi-instrumentalist James Intveld; and the highly energized American music-makers Snake Oil Salesmen. More bands will be added to the lineup in the near future, and the headlining act will be announced on May 5, 2014.

A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash takes place Saturday, June 14 at the Ventura County Fairgrounds, 10 West Harbor Blvd. Ventura, CA 93001. Visit for up-to-date event information, merchandise specials, and ticket giveaways. General admission tickets are $35; active military receive "Two for One" (valid government issued i.d. required) and car show registration will be $50 (includes one vehicle and one driver). V.I.P. tickets including lunch and 4 drink tickets are $175 and "Get Rhythm" preferred, secured seating tickets are $70. Kids 6 – 12 are $5 and 5 and under are free.


In 2009, with support from the Cash family, his brother, and the community of Ventura, musician and local business owner, Ross Emery produced the first Johnny Cash Music Festival in Ventura County.
The following year, Emery bought the majority stake in the Event and Johnny Cash's daughter, Cindy joined the production team.
In 2011, Emery was forced to change the Event name to Roadshow Revival—A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash due to legal issues.
Fast forward to 2014 (5 events later)—the Roadshow Revival is one of the biggest tribute Festivals on the West Coast.

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Roadshow Revival Charity
The Roadshow Revival is proud of our ongoing support of local charities. This years festival will benefit:

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