Concert Series

SEASON TICKETS -- available only in the Riverview Office


Tickets purchased before January 1, 2019:         Artist Circle -         $210 (reserved seats)

                                                                                 General Seating -  $165 (reserved seats)


Tickets purchased after January 1, 2019:            Artist Circle -         $230 (reserved seats)

                                                                                 General Seating -  $185 (reserved seats)


Season ticket holders will be issued a Season Pass required to be presented at each concert. A lost Season Pass may be replaced for $20.  If another Riverview-sponsored concert is added to the schedule, there will be no additional cost.       


For all Riverview-sponsored concerts:

       Kids 15 & under are free for General Admission only



INDIVIDUAL CONCERT TICKETS


Tickets may be purchased online up until 4:30 p.m. the day before a concert.


Tickets may be purchased at the Riverview office or at Wiley's Book Store.  On the date of the concert (including Saturdays), tickets may be purchased until noon either at the Riverview office or at Wiley's.  Tickets may be purchased at the door one hour prior to the concert. 

 

Riverview office hours:       March-November        8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

                                            December-February.   8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday




ALL TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE


Click on the seating maps below to see auditorium floorplan:

Reserved_Seating_Left.pdf

Reserved_Seating_Right.pdf

Saturday, September 14

An Afternoon and Evening of Music at Riverview

(scroll down to read about the musicians)

Riverview Conference Center invites you to an afternoon of bluegrass and an evening of Gospel.


Three Concerts -- One Ticket Price

Tickets:  $25  Artist Circle/$20 General Seating                                                                              Schedule

(At-the-door $28 AC/$23 GS)                                                                            4:00 p.m.         The Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet

                                                                                                                    6:00 p.m.     Hear by Faith

Online purchasing is now                                                            7:30 p.m.      Higher Power

unavailable.  Tickets may be

purchased at the door.                                                                   *  Concessions will be available for a walking taco, pulled pork

                                                                                                                                                        sandwich or sloppy Joe, bar, popcorn, chips, pop & water

The Farm Hands Quartet

September 14 -- 4:00 p.m.

The Farm Hands are one of the most exciting and talked about bands in Bluegrass Music.  At the 2019 Bluegrass Music Awards, the Farm Hands were named ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR and for the 3rd consecutive year, bluegrass music's GOSPEL BAND OF THE YEAR!


The Farm Hands are one of the most exciting and talented bands in bluegrass music.  The group features four award-winning singers, musicians and songwriters, including two long-time veterans of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.  


Meet the group:  In 2015, Grammy award winner Tim Graves was into the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.  Tim has over 30 years of professional music under his belt, including 20 years as part of world famous Grand Ole Opry.  


Two-time Songwriter of the Year Daryl Mosley has several #1 songs to his credit, including the southern gospel classic, "(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All".  Gospel music icon Bill Gaither call Farm Hand's bass player Daryl Mosley, "a poet - and we don't have many poets left."


Three-time Guitar Player of the Year nominee Keith Tew has performed on the Grand Ole' Opry as a member of Rhonda Vincent's band.  He is a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter.


2017 Bluegrass Banjo player of the Year nominee Don Hill has the distinction of being named state champion banjo player in several states including Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee.  He has worked with many of the major artists in bluegrass music including Grand Ole Opry stars Bobby Osborne and Jesse McReynolds.  


These four talented individuals come together to become one of the most versatile and entertaining ensembles in the industry.  Their fans and their peers agree the the Farm Hands has earned all of the accolades they receive.  Talented singers, gifted musicians, award winning songwriters equals experience and entertainment personified.  


Listen to the Farm Hands at:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1q9nOMzDJU

Hear by Faith & Higher Power

Saturday, September 14 -- 6:00 pm

Hear by Faith -- Over the last few years, this young group’s ministry has grown beyond anything they originally imagined.  They have had the opportunity to sing at concerts with The Talley Trio, Greater Vision, Poet Voice, Palmetto State Quartet and the Florida Boys, as well as opening for Signature Sound.  Through their music and concerts, Hear By Faith strives to provide close harmonies, close fellowship, and most importantly, a chance to spend some time getting closer to our amazing God.  

hearbyfaith.com


Higher Power --  Higher Power has been sharing their faith through their music and personal testimonies since 1996. God has been faithful to provide them with everything they have needed to build their ministry into what it is today. Higher Power sings gospel, southern gospel, progressive gospel, and contemporary music in its concerts. A typical concert will be filled with music, ministry moments, testimonies, and reflection. 


Listen to Higher Power:  Higher Power performing "I am Redeemed" - YouTube

http://www.hpqministries.com

Legacy Five

Saturday, October 12, 2019 -- 6:00 pm


Tickets:  $25 Artist Circle / $20 General Seating

                      (At-the-door $28 AC/$23 GS)


Click HERE for Tickets

By popular request, Legacy Five returns to Riverview for our season finale.  Legacy Five offers rich four- and five-part harmony masterfully weaving together unique and versatile talents.


When the Legendary Cathedral Quartet retired in December of 1999, Scott Fowler and Roger Bennett decided to continue the rich musical tradition of Southern Gospel Quartet singing.  Legacy Five was organized and had their official debut in January 2000 in Atlanta, GA.  Since that day, they have made a major mark on the Southern Gospel Music world.  Immediately audiences responded overwhelmingly to their four-part harmony and their ability to effectively communicate the message of Christ. Since the quartet’s formation, they have established and maintained a firm place at the top of Christian music.


Listen to Legacy Five:      Legacy five - I found grace - YouTube


legacyfive.com

Faith's Journey

October 18, 2019 @ 7:00 p.m.

Love Offering Concert

Fellowship Hall

Faith's Journey is a traditional gospel music ministry singing over 120 dates a year for the past 7 years  the group is comprised of Jonathan Edwards MC and Baritone, his wife Deana Edwards Soprano, Josh Adams Tenor and Lee Hendrix on keys.


Faith's Journey has performed on stages big and small from local churches to One of America's Best Theme parks, Silver Dollar City, in Branson, Missouri, where Faith's Journey has been a featured performer the last three years.  This group has been played on radio and TV throughout the U.S. and have had several charting songs.


Listen to Faith's Journey:   https://faithsjourneytrio.com/media


Blessed Byways Christmas Tour

We invite you to join the Blessed Byways Tour Family for a delightful Christmas adventure on November 12 and 13, 2019.


November 12 Events

Leave from Riverview with a few pickups along Highway 20 going west

Quick lunch at a fast food stop then on to LeMars, IA

The Brown Family Christmas Music Spectacular

Ice Cream at Well's Blue Bunny Ice Cream Parlor

Checking in at the Holiday Inn Express

Dinner at the Event Center featuring recipes of Michaela Brown

Evening production of "The Inn Keeper's Wife" written by Michaela Brown and her staff


November 13 Events

Head home by way of Algona

Dine at Pizza Ranch

Stop at Algona to hear the Camp Algona story and see the Nativity Scene

(The Nativity Scene was made by German War Prisoners who were held at Camp Algona.)


Cost of the Tour

$239 each for double occupancy

$299 for single occupancy

Price includes everything except the fast food lunch and ice cream at Wells Blue Bunny


To Reserve Your Space Contact

Burdell and Charlotte Hensley

Blessed Byways Tours

1302 North E Street

Oskaloosa, IA 52577

Burdell's phone:  (641) 670-0190

Charlotte's phone:  (641) 295-0757


Gift to Riverview

Blessed Byways wants to bless Riverview.  Every dollar above the expenses will go directly to Riverview Conference Center.  Please help Blessed Byways bless Riverview by attending this bus tour.