WEST YORK, Ill. (WTHI) - CrossTies Christian Ministries is busy getting ready for Inferno 2010 at The Barn in West York, Illinois.
The Barn at the Hickory Holler Campground frequently hosts musical groups, but this outdoor concert series is the first major music event.
The not-for-profit group built a new outdoor stage, hoping to hold more concerts of this size in the future.
Featured artists are Grammy nominated Decyfer Down, and Dove nominated Barlow Girl. The first band takes the stage at 3:00 p.m.
Tickets are on sale now.
- $15.00 in advance, purchased at MyEasyTix (MyEasyTix fees not included)
- $15.00 in advance locally at Alluring Salon , The Open Door Christian Bookstore , and First National Bank in Olney (Robinson Branch)
- $20.00 at the gate (cash only)
All tickets are general admission. Children age 2 and under are free.
Lawn chairs and blankets will be allowed in designated areas.
The concert will be playing rain or shine.
Camping is available at Hickory Holler Campground . Reservations are required.
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