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Event Schedule


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Event Schedule



EVENTS & APPEARANCES



OUT IN THE YARD

04/09 SHOW ANNOUNCE SOON

04/22 17th annual
waverly "old 280" BOOGIE

 


LITTLE HOUSE CONCERTS  

12/09 SEAN ROWE

12/17 BANDITOS,BB PALMER,
BRETT McDANIEL
 $15 @ gate

12/23 peewee moore and
lew card
$15 @ GATE

12/29 ADAM HOOD

01/22 PETER CASE

01/29 JONTAVIOUS WILLIS

o2/14 SHOW ANNOUNCED SOON

02/19 MIKE & the MOONPIES
with BB PALMER

02/24 SHOW ANNOUNCED SOON

03/03 Serious Sam barrett
and james the fang


APPEARANCES

 

 


Click on any of the event listings above for more information or access the entire list of available tickets via the link below.

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Festival Events


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Festival Events


SOMETIMES YOU GOTTA TAKE IT OUTSIDE


The Luckenbach vibe comes full circle every fall and spring when the Standard Deluxe grounds become the site of a semiannual happening called the Waverly Boogie, which Peek and some town folks threw for the first time back in 2001 to celebrate the State of Alabama’s decision to reroute an expanded U.S. Highway 280 south of the town — instead of right through it. The original plan assumed that Waverly was just so damned small they might as well tear it down and run the highway through. The 2001 decision saved Waverly.

The Boogies assemble great Southern musical acts and put them on a stage that Peek built under a shed out in the yard. When you’re in Waverly and someone tells you it’s time to “go out in the yard and boogie,” they mean it. The Boogies have brought great Southern musicians like soul singer Charles Bradley, the tremendous Alabama Shakes, New Orleans string band Hurray for the Riff Raff, Texas guitar slinger Junior Brown and up-and-coming songwriter Lydia Loveless to the same kind of oddball audience of country folks, rednecks and hippies that you would see at the Luckenbach Dancehall. But unlike Luckenbach, the musical vibe isn’t singularly countrified — or anything-fied, for that matter. It just accurately reflects the musical diversity of the modern South.

Folks bring their kids, listen to music, eat barbecue and pickles from the local pickle maker, Wickles Pickles, and shop for T-shirts and posters. They hang out and just generally have a high old time.

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The Little House


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The Little House


The Pea ridge listening room 


Intimate might be an understatement. These shows are an opportunity to see some of the South's ( and beyond) finest touring artists in a room much smaller than you are likely to ever see them in again. Holding approximately 50 folks, the Little House is quite literally an early 1900's farm house. With the addition of a few auditorium seats and a one foot stage, we manage to make magic on a regular basis.


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Private Events


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Private Events


YOUR OWN PRIVATE WAVERLY.

The grounds of Standard Deluxe are available for special events. If you are interested we're happy to talk details.