Earlier this year,  Austin City Limits  closed out its 43rd season by broadcasting a rousing and rootsy performance by the Oklahoma-bred country act Turnpike Troubadours, a six-man band who have far deeper roots in Americana soil than most of what you get out of Nashville these days. This summers they’re on tour that kicks off at the very cool and rather unique Red Rock Amphitheatre in Colorado on June 13, and moves through Texas and New Mexico before landing on June 28 and a pretty cool and unique performance space in this neck of the woods. The Lime Kiln Theatre (607 Borden Rd.) is a “natural” outdoor theater built into an old lime quarry in Lexington that’s been hosting performances since 1984. The Turnpike Troubadours will feature opener Charlie Crockett, Devil’s Backbone beer, and Rockbridge Vineyard wines. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door; click  here  for more info.

Earlier this year, Austin City Limits closed out its 43rd season by broadcasting a rousing and rootsy performance by the Oklahoma-bred country act Turnpike Troubadours, a six-man band who have far deeper roots in Americana soil than most of what you get out of Nashville these days. This summers they’re on tour that kicks off at the very cool and rather unique Red Rock Amphitheatre in Colorado on June 13, and moves through Texas and New Mexico before landing on June 28 and a pretty cool and unique performance space in this neck of the woods. The Lime Kiln Theatre (607 Borden Rd.) is a “natural” outdoor theater built into an old lime quarry in Lexington that’s been hosting performances since 1984. The Turnpike Troubadours will feature opener Charlie Crockett, Devil’s Backbone beer, and Rockbridge Vineyard wines. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door; click here for more info.