Buy-One-Get-One advance purchase tickets are now available for the Southside Summer Nights July 26 concert featuring Queen City Committee.

Purchase online tickets to the Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement event at to receive special Buy-One-Get-One-Free pricing. Individual tickets are $12, plus tax, for ages 13 and up. Tickets are also available through the EventBrite link on the Historic Collinsville website,, and Facebook page.

Featured on Friday, July 26 is Queen City Committee. The six members hail from California to Clarksville. Group members have toured with Hootie and the Blowfish and opened for Johnny Paycheck, Asleep at the Wheel and New Riders of the Purple Sage. They play classic rock from the 60s and 70s, Motown and Country.

Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or a quilt for a 6:30 p.m. start time. Bring a picnic or enjoy onsite food trucks and lawn games. Concerts will conclude at 8:30p.m.

During the 2019 regular season (beginning April 26), Historic Collinsville is open on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Regular admission is free for ages six and under and $7 for ages seven and up. The property is open other days and times for groups of six or more for reservations, rentals, weddings, or special events. The regular season closing is October 26.

For more information about Historic Collinsville or upcoming events, visit their new website at, follow them on Facebook, or contact Linda Ebel at 931-245-4344 or Linda Ebel.


About Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement

Set on 40 rolling rural acres, the Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement opened more than 20 years ago, first to give children a “hands-on” experience, outside of the classroom, about life in the 1800s and later to the public. The settlement recreates the past with historical structures each filled with authentic period furnishings that show a glimpse of life before and after the Civil War. In 2018, Collinsville founders, Glenn and JoAnn Weakley sold the property to Montgomery County Government, and Visit Clarksville operates and manages the property.