Chris Janson To Play Thunder Ridge Nature Arena’s Inaugural Concert For Conservation

Thunder Ridge Nature Arena in Ridgedale, Missouri, will open with a music concert for conservation on May 21.

Missouri’s country music sensation Chris Janson; newest member of the Country Music Hall of Fame John Anderson; The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, who are on their farewell tour; Big Cedar Lodge’s own Grand Ole Opry entertainer Clay Self and award-winning bluegrass band The Petersens make up the lineup of performers.

Guests can anticipate an evening filled with exceptional music, a family friendly “Fan Zone” air show, parachuting flag ceremony, and fireworks display, all against the breathtaking backdrop of Missouri’s renowned Ozarks.

All proceeds from the concert will go to conservation efforts to protect the land, wildlife, and natural habitats of the Ozark region.

One of America’s most beautiful outdoor amphitheaters, Thunder Ridge will introduce “The Nature Tower” in late June.

Concert for Conservation tickets will be available on April 19 on Ticketmaster for $10.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Thunder Ridge Nature Arena’s website at

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