Roadshow Revival
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Roadshow Revival

The Roadshow Revival is a Johnny Cash Tribute Festival held at Mission Park in Ventura, California in June. The location of the Event is in close proximity to Johnny Cash's home and office in Casitas Springs and Ventura.[1] It is produced by Ross Emery and Johnny Cash's daughter, Cindy Cash and features Outlaw Country acts, Rockabilly bands, a Johnny Cash Memorabilia Gallery, Pin-Up Girl Pageant, and a car and bike show.


In 2009 musician and local business owner Ross Emery produced the first Johnny Cash Music Festival in Ventura County, with support from the Cash family, his brother, and the community of Ventura. The following year Ross bought the majority stake in the event and Cash's daughter Cindy joined the production team. In 2011, due to legal issues Emery was forced to change the event name to Roadshow Revival—A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash. Today, the Roadshow is one of the biggest tribute festivals on the West Coast.

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  1. ^ Johnson, Brett (2014-06-12). "Tour to stop at Johnny Cash's old west Ventura County haunts". Ventura County Star.


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