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The Amp at Dant Crossing, a 2,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, has opened

GETHSEMANE, Ky. — The Amp at Dant Crossing, a 2,000-seat outdoor music venue, has officially opened in the heart of Kentucky’s bourbon country, making a splash over the weekend with a sold-out Little Big Town show.

The Amp is the newest addition to Dant Crossing, a 300-plus-acre destination in Gethsemane, Ky., that is anchored by Log Still Distillery and touted as “the Disneyland of distilleries.” The Amp also announced a lineup of chart-topping artists set to grace the stage throughout the 2021 season.

Little Big Town

The Amp is just steps away from The Tasting Room, which serves Log Still Distillery’s debut line of Monk’s Road spirits. On-site accommodations are also available at The Homestead Bed & Breakfast and The Poplar Cottages.

The Amp at Dant Crossing 2021 Season Lineup

  • Revisiting Creedence – Aug. 13
  • Sammy Kershaw – Aug. 14
  • Little River Band – Aug. 20
  • Cheap Trick – Aug. 21
  • Mitchell Tenpenny – Aug. 27
  • The Steeldrivers – Aug. 28
  • Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder – Sept. 3
  • Clay Walker – Sept. 5
  • Kansas – Sept. 10
  • Darryl Worley – Sept. 24
  • Sara Evans – Sept. 25
  • Summerland Tour (Feat. Everclear, Living Colour, Hoobastank, Wheatus) – Oct. 1
  • Wynonna with The Big Noise – Oct. 2
  • Mark Wills – Oct. 8
  • Better Than Ezra – Oct. 9
  • Phil Vassar – Oct. 15
  • Gin Blossoms – Oct. 22

*Additional shows to be announced.

About Dant Crossing

Approximately an hour’s drive from both Louisville and Lexington, Dant Crossing is a picturesque, 300-plus-acre campus anchored by Log Still Distillery that will ultimately include a slew of amenities and activities for the whole family.

The site currently features The Tasting Room, an outdoor amphitheater, a 12-acre lake for fishing, The Homestead Bed & Breakfast, and The Poplar Cottages. Other amenities at the campus will soon include a network of wooded walking trails, a fully functional private train depot connected to the Kentucky Railroad Museum, a wedding and events venue, a farm-to-table restaurant, and additional unique lodging options.

Once completed, these features will create a fully immersive experience that’s rooted in the community and culture in and around Gethsemane, Ky. For more information, visit dantcrossing.com.

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