Downtown Barn/ Liberty Mercantile Co. Ribbon Cutting Celebration & Show

Screen shot 2014-09-22 at 2.55.58 PMFriday, September 26, 2014 at 6:30pm LOCATION: Downtown Barn 14 Darbee Lane Liberty, NY 12754

Join the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce, The Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce & the Village and Town of Liberty and help us celebrate the opening and ribbon cutting of the Downtown Barn.  The Downtown Barn is located at 14 Darbee Lane, Liberty, NY 12754.

Downtown Barn is a small event space in the center of the Village of Liberty, NY that takes you back to the turn of the 19th to the 20th century and honors the craftsmanship and rustic beauty of a classic post and beam constructed barn.  This relic of a bygone era has been tastefully outfitted with a state of the art sound system and is now poised to feature a variety of musical artists and other performers from near and far.  The emphasis will be on good old-fashioned Americana acoustic music such as BlueGrass, Folk, Roots Rock, and the Blues.

Here is the schedule of events for Friday, September 26, 2014:

6:30 – Gates open – Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce, Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce & the Village and Town of Liberty

7:00pm – Music starts with Jimi Nackley & his band of brothers – “Bigg Muddy”

7:15pm – Place your orders from the DTB ‘Eat-in’ menu with offerings from 4 neighboring restaurants – all meals $12.00 tax included. (dinner is optional)

8:15pm – Sit back & relax and allow Rick Rourke & Lost Wages to knock your socks off!

Admission is $10.00 per person for the evening

Music starts with opening act Jimi Nackley and his band of brothers “Bigg Muddy.”6:30 – Gate Opens and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by the Sullivan County and Liberty Chambers of Commerce.7:00 – Music starts with opening act Jimi Nackley and his band of brothers “Bigg Muddy.”7:15 – Place your orders from the DTB ‘Eat-In’ menu, with offerings from 4 neighboring restaurants – all meals only $12.00 tax incl.8:15 – Sit back, relax and allow Rick Rourke and Lost Wages to knock your socks off!Price: $10.00 per person.nd is a sure-fire way to kick off the weekend at our century old barn. Check brother Rick out at www.rickrourke.com Here’s the schedule of events:6:30 – Gate Opens and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by the Sullivan County and Liberty Chambers of Commerce.7:00 – Music starts with opening act Jimi Nackley and his band of brothers “Bigg Muddy.”7:15 – Place your orders from the DTB ‘Eat-In’ menu, with offerings from 4 neighboring restaurants – all meals only $12.00 tax incl.8:15 – Sit back, relax and allow Rick Rourke and Lost Wages to knock your socks off!Price: $10.00 per person.nd is a sure-fire way to kick off the weekend at our century old barn. Check brother Rick out at www.rickrourke.com Here’s the schedule of events:6:30 – Gate Opens and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by the Sullivan County and Liberty Chambers of Commerce.7:00 – Music starts with opening act Jimi Nackley and his band of brothers “Bigg Muddy.”7:15 – Place your orders from the DTB ‘Eat-In’ menu, with offerings from 4 neighboring restaurants – all meals only $12.00 tax incl.8:15 – Sit back, relax and allow Rick Rourke and Lost Wages to knock your socks off! Price: $10.00 per person.

When musicians take the stage at Downtown Barn, they will be standing on hardwood tongue and groove planks that came right out of, and were reclaimed from, one of Max Yasgur’s farm silos.  The silo, which was formerly situated on Shore Road in Bethel, New York, towered over masses of concertgoers at the legendary 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair.  It now graces the floor at Downtown Barn in Liberty, NY and ensures good karma to this intimate new entertainment space.

Adjoining the entertainment space at the Downtown Barn is the Liberty Mercantile Co. – a period oriented Country Shop.  Here, you will find merchandise that complements the vision and mood of this historic barn.  The shop will carry custom made furniture and lighting from local craftsmen, gift items and some antiques.  Before, during and after a performance you can browse and shop at this unique store.

For more information you can visit Downtown Barn on Facebook!