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The Fairview Union

Jul 287:30 PM

LIVE at Brushy: The Fairview Union

w/Special Guest Robert Lee Opening


On July 28th, rockin' country music duo The Fairview Union will perform LIVE at Historic Brushy Mtn State Pen. Don't miss this opportunity to see them perform at the most incredible venue in the Southeast!


Show Details:

July 28, 2018
Doors @ 6pm / Show @ 7:30pm

All Ages
$25.00/Ticket


About the Band

The Fairview Union is a Rockin’ Country Music Duo based out of East Tennessee. They are currently touring the region playing festivals and large clubs and have released 3 original albums to date.

Their latest album, “It Ain’t Wasted Time” was released in Aug of 2015. It’s received rave reviews and several songs from the latest CD and previous albums, “Up for Getting Down” and “Bona Fide” are being played on numerous radio stations in the southeast. The band is currently writing and recording new music for their next release.

The Fairview Union Website


Concert FAQ

  1. Concert Dates & Hours

    July 28th, 2018
    4:00pm — Camping Area Opens
    6:00pm — Concert Entrance Gate Opens

  2. Camping

    FREE CAMPING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT ONLY.
    Camp Sites Open at 4:00pm
    There will be a limited number of primitive sites (tents only, no showers) available for this show. Camp sites are first-come, first-served. Campers must be packed up and off the property by 10:00am the following Sunday morning (07/29/18). Brushy Mtn Group reserves the right to eject any camper(s) at any time for inappropriate behavior or violation of any other rules.

  3. Main Venue

    The concert stage and viewing areas are located behind the main prison wall. Yes, the same area known as “The Yard” where Tennessee’s most hardened criminals used to spend time, and you’ll be behind the same wall James Earl Ray climbed to escape.
    When you arrive you must present a valid ID and your ticket before entering. All attendees not over the age of 18 years must be accompanies by a legal guardian.

  4. Where is Brushy located?

    9182 Highway 116, Petros, TN 37845
    The Historic Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary is located in Petros, TN. Brushy is about 16 miles from Oak Ridge, 40 miles from Knoxville, 83 miles from Chattanooga, and 150 miles from Nashville.


    Get Directions to Brushy
  5. What to pack?

    Be prepared. If you’re going to camp be sure to bring everything you need. The location is relatively remote, so running to Wal-Mart to pick up something you forgot isn’t going to happen.

    • Tent and everything that goes with it.
    • Sleeping bags and/or beds
    • Tarp
    • Cooler with ice
    • A few gallons of water
    • Lantern/flashlight/headlamp (AND extra batteries!)
    • Water bottles
    • Chairs and anything to make for a comfortable experience
    • Rain gear — for some reason, as soon as you forget it, it will rain
    • Comfortable shoes — it's a huge place, so you will be walking (a lot)
    • Bug spray (it is the south after all)
    • Suncreen (it is the south after all)
    • Hat for shade, or you can buy one from our awesome gift shop
    • Sunglasses
    • Trash bags (We don't mind picking up bags. The rest, not so much.)
    • Toilet paper (never a bad idea)
    • Extra car/truck keys — more than one set is never a bad idea
  6. Will ATMs be available?

    No. If you need cash, we advise bringing it.

  7. Is there a minimum age requirement?

    No. This is an all ages event. Please note that children over the age of 5 years will be required to have a paid ticket to enter.

  8. What can/can't I bring?

    Everyone on-site, all of their belongs and vehicles are subject to search upon entry. The list below will help you know what you can and cannot bring onto the Brushy Mountain grounds.

    CAMPGROUNDS
    YES Alcohol Read Our Alcohol Policy
    YES Food/Drinks
    YES Point and shoot cameras/cameras with detachable lens less than 2" long
    YES Tents and everything required to put your tent up
    YES Radios, just be mindful of your neighbors
    NO Portable Camping Grill Read Our Policy
    NO Generator Read Our Policy
    NO Glass
    NO Kegs Read Our Policy
    NO Firearms, Knives, or Weapons OF ANY KIND
    NO Drones
    NO Fireworks
    NO Illegal Substances
    NO Bicycles or any other 2-wheeled transportation device
    NO Professional cameras (with detachable lenses longer than 2")
    NO Pets (even really, really tiny ones that tend to be yappers)
    NO Glow Sticks
    NO Box trucks/trailers Read Our Policy
    NO Laser pens or similar focused light device
    NO Vending (Sharing, yes. Selling, no.)
    NO Motorized Tools

    CONCERT VENUE
    YES One (1) Original Sealed Water Bottle (smaller than 1L, please)
    YES Clear Bags made of clear plastic or clear vinyl which do not exceed 20" x 15" x 9"
    YES Waist Pack, Fanny Packs, or Similar
    YES Small Clutch Bags up to 4.5" x 5.5"
    YES Empty Hydration Packs with a gear capacity of 2.5L/150 cubic inches with no more than two front pockets (i.e., water bladder + 2 additional front pockets). No larger than 20" x 15" x 9".
    YES Blankets
    YES Lawn Chair (less than a foot off the ground)
    YES Point and shoot cameras / cameras with detachable lens less than 2" long
    NO Totems
    NO Food/Drinks, other than water and small snack (Trail mix, yes. Double cheeseburger, no.
    NO Selfie Sticks, Go Pro Sticks, Tripods
    NO Outside Alcohol (Alcohol will be sold in venue)
    NO Chairs that sit higher than 1 foot off the ground
    NO Anything that's prohibited elsewhere on festival grounds
    NO Coolers
    ALL ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

  9. Can I drive my car in and park?

    Yes. Parking on-site will be available for $10 per automobile.

  10. Exit & Re-entry

    Because this is a two band, one-evening show there will be NO RE-ENTRY. If you leave you will have to purchase another ticket to come back inside the concert venue.

  11. Lost & Found

    Let’s face it, sometimes when we’re having fun we lose things. It happens so don’t panic. The Lost & Found area can be found in the old LAUNDRY BUILDING. The nice thing about that building, you’ll walk right past it coming into the concert venue and once again when you’re exiting after the concert is over.

  12. Security & Medical Services

    We'll do our best to make sure everyone is safe during the show. On-site security and emergency medical staff will be available during the show day. If you need any assistance, go to the nearest Medical Tent, or ask any Brushy staff member for assistance.

  13. Arrival Tips & Patience

    Just like the law enforcement officers in your hometown, our police expect you to obey the highway safety laws, and they’re prepared to enforce them. They’re especially strict about open container violations, so think, do you really want to start the weekend behind bars? After all you’re headed to a decommissioned prison to have fun. You don’t want to end up in an active prison not having fun and ending up with a very unflattering nickname.
    Please stay in your car, especially when you’re waiting in line to enter the Brushy grounds.
    Brushy used to be a very unfriendly place. It’s a super friendly place now so don’t ruin for yourself, your friends and everyone else. Besides, someone might post your shenanigans to social media and the world will know what a fool you can be. Don’t cut in line. It’s a concert, and lines are inevitable, so be prepared to deal with it like you live in the greatest place in the galaxy.

  14. Dealing with Traffic

    Fill up your tank before getting in line to enter the festival. There are gas stations close, but you don’t want to lose your place. Use the restroom before you arrive. There are no bathrooms in line of cars. Pack something to snack on and nonalcoholic beverages (see arrival tip #1). Listen to your favorite band, play some trivia and be patient. You’re about to be in a super cool place that only criminals used to experience. You’ll be on-site soon enough.

  15. Parking

    Parking your car/truck will be about as easy as it gets. Once you arrive and pay for parking ($10) you’ll be directed by our super friendly parking folks to a spot that’s just right.

POLICIES

Am I allowed to camp in the grounds with a van or RV?

No. Only tents are allowed in the designated camping areas.

Can I bring instruments?

No. We'll have all of the entertainment you'll need on a huge stage for several hours.

Can I bring a radio or Bluetooth speaker?

Yes. But be very mindful of those around you. While you might like a loud Bluetooth speaker kicking a little Jimmy Buffet at 3am, we’re quite positive your neighbors won’t.

Can I have a campfire?

No. Open flames will not be permitted within the campgrounds or anywhere on the Brushy site.

What is your vehicle policy?

RVs are not allowed for this specific show. Maybe for the next one, but not this one.
Motorcycles are cool, but please no funny stuff like revving motors, burnouts or impersonations of Evil Knievel. We’ll have designated area just for you to park your sweet ride.
OTHER VEHICLES THAT ARE NOT PERMITTED INCLUDE:
All bicycles or scooters, Segways, Pocket Bikes, skateboards, etc…

What is your alcohol policy in the camping area?

Each person may bring in 1 case of beer (24 cans), 1.75 liter of hard liquor (no glass), and 1 boxes of wine. Anything over this amount is considered “excessive” and will be confiscated. No kegs are allowed in the campgrounds.

Will there be food vendors and/or a general store in the campgrounds?

No. There will not be any food vendors or alcohol sold in the camping area. There will be food trucks in the concert venue area as well as vendors selling beer.

Will there be electrical outlets? Wi-Fi?

No to electrical outlets and no to Wi-Fi. There is limited cell service unless you’re on AT&T. For some strange reason AT&T placed a huge cell tower right outside the Brushy gates.

Do I have to sleep in a tent?

Nope. You can sleep in your car, sleeping bag on the ground under the stars or in a cardboard box. It’s up to you. The last thing anyone wants is you drinking and driving after the show.

What is your gasoline/propane/charcoal policy?

We are NOT allowing gas powered anything. This includes generators, chain saws, radios (if they exist), toothbrushes, you get the idea…
Additionally we are not allowing propane grills or any other kind of fire in the camping area. This policy may change for future shows, but for this show we’re simply not allowing it.

Will there be bathrooms and showers?

Yes, there will be port-a-johns.
No, there will not be showers.