The 2014 JCMF is Sold Out

1. The 2014 JCMF is Sold Out

The fourth annual Johnny Cash Music Festival is officially sold out as of today, according to a joint announcement made by festival producer Bill Carter and Tim Dean, director of Arkansas State University’s Convocation Center.
Home Tickets on Sale Now

2. Home Tickets on Sale Now

With the official grand opening less than a month away, tickets are available for opening day tours of the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home.
Date and Lineup Announced

3. Date and Lineup Announced

Reba McEntire, Bobby Bare and Loretta Lynn will perform at this year’s Johnny Cash Music Festival, according to an announcement made today by concert producer and festival founder Bill Carter.

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New Promotional Video

New Promotional Video

Check out our new promotional video about the project and previous shows!
Tommy Cash, Joanne Cash Yates are ready for third Johnny Cash Music Festival

Tommy Cash, Joanne Cash Yates are ready ...

Rosanne Cash hosted last year’s second annual Johnny Cash Music Festival, but this year, that honor goes to Tommy Cash, the baby of the seven-sibling Cash family, and with Joanne Cash Yates—the sixth of...
Opportunity for Cash Fans

Opportunity for Cash Fans

Help Arkansas State University furnish the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home in Dyess as it appeared during the 1930s and 1940s.
2013 Lineup Announced

2013 Lineup Announced

Vince Gill, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Jimmy Fortune of the Statler Brothers and Joanne Cash Yates  will join show host Tommy Cash for the third annual Johnny Cash Music Festival on August 17, 2013.
JCMF among Top 100 Events

JCMF among Top 100 Events

The Johnny Cash Music Festival, hosted by Arkansas State University, has been named as one of the American Bus Association’s (ABA) 2013 Top 100 Events in North America. The ABA selected the Cash event as one...
Music Fest Organizer Honored

Music Fest Organizer Honored

The legendary Bill Carter of Nashville, executive producer of the Johnny Cash Music Festival at Arkansas State University, has been honored with a Crystal Award by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism...
Project Update:  3/1/2013

Project Update: 3/1/2013

Arkansas State University has raised $1.9 million toward its goal of $3.2 million for the Johnny Cash Boyhood Hometown Project.

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