The Eighth Annual ROADSHOW REVIVAL featuring top-notch Rockabilly, Outlaw Country, Johnny Cash tribute acts, Pin-Up Girl Pageant, Kustom cars and bikes, a guided tour of Johnny Cash's legacy in Ventura County, VIP Lounge, beer, food, drinks, Kid's Corral, and tons of vendors with unique offerings for everyone. June 25th and 26th by the beach on the grassy fields at Mission Park in Downtown Ventura. Kids five and under are free.

GET YOUR TICKETS AT or stop by Downtown Ventura

Courtesy Of BudweiserNeed a place to stay?

Looking for a place to park? Here's a list places to park your ride.
  • Museum (Right next door): $10 all day parking
  • Fairgrounds (short walk): $10 all day parking

Free All Day Parking:

  • S Palm St./ Santa Clara St. - Enter from Palm St. or Santa Clara St.
  • N Oak St./ Main St.. - Enter from N Oak St.
  • S. Oak St. / Santa Clara St. -Enter from Oak St. or Santa Clara St.
  • Parking Structure 3rd to 5th Floor
  • Midblock on Santa Clara St. (enter from Santa Clara St.) between California St. and Chestnut St.
  • S Chestnut St. / Main St. - Enter through the parking structure on Santa Clara St.
  • Poli St. / Chestnut St - Enter from Chestnut St.
  • California St. / Poli St. - Enter from California St.
  • Upper City Hall Visitor Lot

Roadshow Map 2016

Don't miss out!

Site Seeing Tour

Johnny Cash Sightseeing Tour
Saturday Only--Departs 9AM

Tour leaves Saturday at 9am (morning of the Festival) from the Ventura County Museum (next to the Event) and ends at 11am. Limited seating. This will sell out quickly. Tickets to Festival are sold separately. Transportation provided by Smart Shuttle.

Get your tickets at -Use promo code DISCOUNT to save up to 25% on tickets at

John Doe Signing

John Doe will be signing his new book and album Saturday at the Roadshow

Free Totes

Free gift bags

The first 250 guests Saturday and Sunday at the Roadshow will receive a free Gift Bag.


RSR 2016 Band Schedule

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Band Intros

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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 2016 (6 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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