Join us for a wonderful and wildly intimate night of music as two
champions of entertainment team up for one memorable evening nestled in
the heart of West Virginia, located on the rim of the scenic New River
We’re unplugging the “On The Air” sign for just a few
hours to host a special evening on the campus of Adventures on the
Gorge, a premier adventure resort that is home to the breathtaking views
so commonly associated with “Almost Heaven.”
Mountain Stage pianist and West Virginia Music Hall of Fame inductee Bob Thompson will
casually create a sunset-worthy soundtrack as we toast the golden-hour
with a view of the New River Gorge that puts any Instagram filter to
We’ll move inside Smokey’s cozy atmosphere within the trees to indulge in heavy hors d'oeuvres and the tasty talents of AOTG’s exceptional culinary team.
A cash bar will be fully stocked with local favorites before Mountain
Stage host Larry Groce takes the stage for a rare, intimate performance.
night’s headline entertainers will be Americana multi-instrumentalist,
singer-songwriter Larry Campbell and singer-guitarist Teresa Williams,
who are now solely making music as a duo after years of playing in
Levon Helm’s band. Together they’ve been frequent guests and
collaborators with Bob Dylan, Phil Lesh, Little Feat and Jorma Kaukonen.
of this caliber in such a majestic setting doesn’t happen every
Saturday night, so we hope you’ll make plans to join us as we take the
spirit of Mountain Stage to Adventures on the Gorge for what’s sure to
be memorable October night in Almost Heaven, W.Va.
The adventurous music-lover will have no shortage of activities to plan a weekend’s worth of fun. Make
the most of your weekend in Fayetteville and spend Saturday afternoon
floating down the river or book a cabin and invite some friends to
experience real outdoor thrill-seeking.
Just imagine all the stars you’ll see as you walk back to your cabin from the official after-party with music from local favorites Black Garlic!
special night of music not enough for you? No worries, be a part of the live NPR Music Mountain Stage audience in Charleston (a scenic,
one-hour drive from Adventures on the Gorge) on Sunday evening.