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49th after harvest festival

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JULY 14-16, 2022


Join us on July 14-16 for the After Harvest Festival! The fun kicks off on Thursday evening with a Community BBQ in the Park. Don't miss out on this epic night of family fun! Plan to stroll the BrickStreets and visit our local merchants -- you are sure to find some unique treasures. More great events to come with a schedule of events -- stay tuned!

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The Ellinwood Chamber of Commerce & the 49th Annual After Harvest Festival presents Cody Canada and The Departed as the main stage performance; preshow special guest Mountain Deer Revival at the Ellinwood City Park on Saturday, July 16th, 2022!

GRANDSTAND STAGE SPONSORS: Nex-tech Wireless, Barton Co. Feeders, Dos Amigos, Other Top Co-Sponsors: Astra Business Solutions, H&B Communications, Joiner Construction Inc., J&C Roth Farms, Red Haus Pharmacy, and Hutchinson Regional Healthcare Systems.

Tickets are on sale NOW! 
$15 WILL CALL TICKETS at local participating Chamber Member Businesses or $20+Fees ONLINE. $20 night of the show at gates. Gates open at 6PM

NO COOLERS, sealed non-alcoholic drinks allowed

Limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Gates open at 6PM and the party kicks off at 8PM. All ages welcome. Arrive early and grab dinner from the Food Truck Court located on the SW side of the park.

ALL LOCAL STORE & ONLINE TICKET PURCHASERS should enter at the Will Call Tent at City Park, east side (sign will be on the street)

Why you should see this show…

Billed by Texas and Oklahoma music scene observers as a “Super Group,” this southern rock group is full of talent and grit – one that Southern rock, country, alternative rock, and outlaw country fans can appreciate! They master the alternative rock and grunge sound with driving electric guitars and the power vocals of Cross Canadian Ragweed lead, Cody Canada.


Mountain Deer Revival’s original, genre-expanding sound successfully closes the gap between Southern Rock, Americana, and Red Dirt while maintaining an honest, independent tone.

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