The Mighty Pines are a fierce roots band making music inspired by the wide rivers and red-brick streets of St. Louis. For over four years they’ve been fashioning their distinctive heartland sound. The music is fresh: bluegrass meets acoustic soul and rock & roll.
Like the steady and strong trees from which they take their name, The Mighty Pines continue to grow in stature, creating vast musical landscapes with their layered harmonies and thoughtfully crafted instrumentation. The band, which hails from St. Louis, generates a palpable vibe on their new album, Late Last Night. Produced by Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), Late Last Night stretches out with a sonic spaciousness, sliding effortlessly from roots and folk ballads to rock and soul. It also showcases the band’s growth as songwriters, arrangers, singers, and musicians. The Mighty Pines is touring nationally and has supported renowned acts such as JJ Grey & Mofro, The Dead South, Parker Millsap, Fruition and Sam Bush.
Be sure to select your seating.
Don’t worry if you can’t get here early. After you select your concert package you will be able to select a seat upgrade. In the past it has been a hassle to get the seat you want with the lottery and festival seating. If you do not want to upgrade your seats you will still be able to select seats in the general seating area.
Please review the lodging or guest house here before you select your concert package.
Wildwood Springs Lodge
All Lodge reservations are for the night of the concert and include Breakfast at the lodge the next morning. If staying at the lodge you can request 2 twin beds or a queen bed. You can also request to share a suite with someone. These requests are not guaranteed. You will make this request at checkout in the survey.
Guest House booking is through Airbnb and feature private accommodations including a Private Bath.
Purchase your concert tickets separate.
Call wildwood to purchase breakfast for the next morning.