Paradise Ridge Challenge Course
Experiential team building for meaningful relationships, trust, and respect

Mark your calendars (and your friends' calendars) for our inaugural Music Festival, August 9-11! Come out for a family-friendly weekend of your favorite local music, food, and fun all set against the gorgeous backdrop of Paradise Ridge. (Check back for a full band list and finalized schedule) 

Click here for event poster with band lineup
  • Friday, August 9th (5-9p)
            Open mic (show us what ya got!)
            Jodi Marie Fisher
            Traffyk Jam
  • Saturday, August 10th (4-9p)
           Jim Boland
           Kara and Marcus Caudill 
           The Chelseas
           Sultry Swines
  • Sunday, August 11th (2-7p)
           Marcus and Kara Caudill
           Ashleigh Caudill
           (Nashville singer/songwriter)
           The Range Benders

Food Truck Vendors:
Mad Greek 
One World Cafe Ice Cream
Love's Kombucha 
Buy the Dozen Donuts

What to bring:
Weather appropriate clothing 
(outdoor duds for outdoor concert)
​Lawn chair or blanket 
Sun shade/umbrella
Refillable water bottle
Dancing shoes
Entourage of fun folks
Bug spray and sunscreen
Favorite lawn games

What NOT to bring:
Fireworks or flammables 
Electronic game devices
Glass containers
NO weapons

Suggested donation of just $5 per person/day or $15 for a family/day
  • All proceeds support PRCC, a local non-profit organization with a mission of  "Experiential team building for meaningful relationships, trust, and respect."

  • Q-"Where is the festival located?"
         A-Click here for map  
  • Q-"Can I bring a picnic dinner?"    
         A-Absolutely, though tasty food will also          be available for purchase.
  • Q-"Is alcohol permitted @ PRCC?"
          A-Concert attendees 21 and older are              welcome to bring their drink of choice.              NOTE: Alcohol will NOT be sold at event          and please NO glass. 
  • Q-"Will the Challenge Course be open during the event?"
        A-No, but we encourage festival         attendees to enjoy the hiking trails and         views on the property during event hours
  • Q-"Will there be camping on site?"
         A-No, the Music Fest is on private          property and entry to the property will be          open one hour prior to music beginning          each day.
  • ​Q-"What happens if the weather is bad?" A-Concerts will only be cancelled in the event of severe weather. Cancellations will be publicized via this website and the PRCC Facebook page (link @ top of page). 
Just when you thought Paradise Ridge couldn't get any better...