What we know about Redneck Rave's 2021 concert lineup: Show descends into chaos

Iram Sharifah Khan June 23, 2021
What we know about Redneck Rave's 2021 concert lineup: Show descends into chaos


A festival called Redneck Rave – motto “Mud, Music, Mayhem!” – took place earlier this month at an off-road park in Kentucky and is now going viral for descending into utter chaos, according to several sources. Redneck Rave’s 2021 concert lineup is now a point of curiosity for those who didn’t attend, so here’s what we know about the musical soundtrack to this wild festival.

What is Redneck Rave? 2021 festival went off the rails

The event is hosted by Justin Stowers, a country rapper who goes by the stage name Justin Time. As far as we are able to tell, this event dates back to 2016 and started out in Indiana as a means for the Midwest to enjoy “mud, music and mayhem”, as per the festival’s motto.

The event allows people to go offroading in all-terrain vehicles, mudding, camping and partying, all while enjoying a concert. The 2021 event was held in Blue Holler Offroad Park earlier this month and lasted 5 days. However, the festival left the world shocked after descending into mayhem.

Daily Beast reports: “one man had been impaled, one woman had been strangled to the point of unconsciousness”. These were just some of the horrific injuries that took place.

What we know about the Redneck Rave 2021 concert line-up

The concert line-up for Redneck Rave 2021 was immediately taken down following the event, meaning many of the artists who performed are no longer associated with it.

However, we do know country rapper and host Justin Time was present. He posted an Instagram image of singer Afroman, who also appears to have performed at the event. Nubreed and Jesse Howard can also be spotted in the line-up, after posting a video on YouTube.

The next event is already up on Facebook and is listed to last 3 days beginning 14th October 2021, at Mammoth Cave. A line-up for Redneck October 2021 has not yet been posted at the time of writing.

Twitter reacts to festival chaos

Some Twitter users were left horrified online after seeing the chaos that erupted at Redneck Rave 2021. Here are some of the reactions:

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Iram is a London-based freelance journalist with a BA in Journalism and Media from Birkbeck University. She studied several modules, including Journalism in British Life, Interview skills and Feature Writing, Introduction to Journalism Practice and Manga and Anime. Iram went from university to work with GRV Media at The Focus Writers’ Academy and enjoys learning Japanese, taking singing lessons, playing video games and watching Korean dramas in her spare time.