Sounds of the Mountains – The Allen Boys + The Dedicated Men of Zion – 1/25/20 @ 7:30pm – presented in partnership with Blue Ridge Music Center


Come on out for a night of Southern gospel and soul featuring the sacred steel-led rhythms of The Allen Boys and harmonies of the Dedicated Men of Zion.


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The Blue Ridge Music Center announces the fifth annual Sounds of the Mountains concert series, presented in partnership with the Yadkin Arts Council. Held on the last three Saturday evenings in January 2020, the series brings together a diverse group of musicians from across North Carolina playing old-time, bluegrass, folk, Americana, blues, and gospel music. The series takes place at The Willingham Theater at Yadkin Cultural Arts Center in Yadkinville, N.C.

Sounds of the Mountains is part of the Blue Ridge Music Center’s On the Road series of concerts and events hosted in partnership with regional arts and cultural organizations while the venue is closed for winter and spring. These shows bring the living musical and cultural traditions of the Blue Ridge Mountains off the hilltops and into other communities in North Carolina and Virginia.


  • The Allen Boys + Dedicated Men of Zion, 7:30 p.m., January 25, $20: Come on out for a night of Southern gospel and soul featuring the sacred steel-led rhythms of The Allen Boys and harmonies of the Dedicated Men of Zion. Sacred steel is a blues-gospel genre that arose in Pentecostal-Holiness churches in the 1930s. The Allen Boys, from Mount Airy, North Carolina, bring the genre to the secular world. Led by Anthony Daniels, the members of the gospel vocal group the Dedicated Men of Zion all grew up in the church together in Eastern North Carolina. They are part of the Music Maker Relief Foundation’s artist roster.


Series passes for Sounds of the Mountains are $50 for three shows, and $35 for two shows, and are good for any combination of concerts. For a Series Pass please visit:


*Please note that seating is general admission for all shows and while there is not a bad seat in the house we do recommend you arrive early for optimal seating options.

If you have any questions about the ticket purchasing process you can call our box office at 336.679.2941.


About the Blue Ridge Music Center

Operated through a partnership between the National Park Service and Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, the Blue Ridge Music Center, milepost 213 on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Galax, Virginia, celebrates the music and musicians of the mountains. The visitor center and museum are open May through October and admission is free. The site includes an outdoor amphitheater and indoor interpretive center used to highlight an important strand of American musical culture, which still thrives in the region. Concerts are also presented off-site throughout the year in partnership with other organizations. For more information, visit


Additional Ticket Info.


  • All ticket prices include fees + tax
  • Tickets are non-refundable.
  • Tickets will be emailed after purchase


  • Doors open 1/2 hour before performance.
  • Seating is general admission, but season pass ticket holders and handicap patrons receive priority seating.
  • The theater is wheelchair accessible.
  • Listening assisted devices are available.


  • Discounted ticket pricing available for groups of 20 or more on select shows –  please call for reservations
  • Groups will have a section of seats reserved for them under their group name.


  • Season tickets $200 – includes access to 10 out of 10 season shows and free admission to Bruised, But Not Broken and preferred seating.
  • Flex Pass $105 – includes 5 of 10 season shows.


  • Enjoy dinner inside the center.
  • Reservations recommended. Call 336-679-2941 or email

About the Willingham Theater

The Yadkin Cultural Arts Center is the home for our Yadkin Arts Council, and also features the 193-seat Willingham Theater, resident artist studios, the Yadkin Valley Fiber Room (a learning resource), The Center Bistro, Welborn Gallery, meeting space and classrooms, and the versatile Front Yard space.

The mission of the Yadkin Arts Council is to enrich the lives of every citizen of Yadkin County and beyond by providing opportunities for artists, no matter what their specific creative outlet is, even if it’s just consuming art!


Monday – Friday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
– AND –
One Hour before show time


Phone: 336-679-2941
Address: 226 E. Main Street Yadkinville, NC