Live in the Barn: Runaway June (presented by 92.7 KTOM FM), The Barns at Cooper Molera, Friday, 17. May 2019

100% of the proceeds go to the Gary Brown Scholarship Fund (more information about this scholarship fund below)
We are excited to announce the inagural concert of the Monterey Cowboy Festival's "Live in the Barn" concert series featuring Runaway June presented by 92.7 KTOM FM!
The ladies of Runaway June will be stopping in Monterey during their world tour with Carrie Underwood to put on an amazing evening of music with an intimate and acoustic feel. There will be meet and greet opportunities and a Q&A session at the end of the show.



Doors and bar open @ 6:00pm // Show starts @ 7:00pm
VIP (Selected Seating - First Three Rows): $39Opening Seating (First Come, First Served Throughout All Sections) : $28
**Space is limited, 300 tickets max!**

This event is open to all ages. Proper ID required for purchase of alcohol.


Runaway June:

Lauded by Billboard as the “Next Hot Trend in Country Music” and likened to a ‘Dixie Chicks for a new generation,’ Runaway June’s organic three-part harmonies and ringing strings are sweeping the nation, leaving a mark on one infatuated audience after another with its “inescapable talent” (AXS.com). The BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records act is comprised of the vocal stylings and musicianship of Naomi Cooke (lead vocals, guitar); Hannah Mulholland (vocals; mandolin); and Jennifer Wayne (vocals; guitar).
The **** is receiving rave critical notices from the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone Country, The Huffington Post, CMT and more for its brand of organic and melodic Country music. Runaway June is the first all-female **** in over a DECADE to earn two Top 40 hits and recently scored a 2018 ACM nomination for New Vocal Duo or Group of The Year. They are finalizing their debut project for Wheelhouse Records, due out later this year, while also preparing to support superstar Carrie Underwood on the road in 2019 for “THE CRY PRETTY TOUR 360,” kicking off May 1. For more information, visit: 

The Gary Brown Scholarship Scholarship Fund:

Since its inception, the Monterey Cowboy Festival's (formerly the Monterey Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival) foundation has been charity. As a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3), MCF has had the privilege of giving over $50,000 to local charities over the past 19 years. 

The majority of those years were led by the festival's founder and former Monterey police chief, Gary Brown who lost his battle with lung disease in 2016. Gary founded the Monterey Cowboy Poetry & Music festival in 1999 in an effort to preserve the culture of the American cowboy, while doing all he could to give back to his local community.


In an effort to continue Gary's commitment to giving, we are honored to announce the formation of the Gary Brown Scholarship Fund. This scholarship fund will focus on students (7th-12th grade) in the Monterey and Santa Cruz counties who are looking to enhance their music education in the areas of school tuition, music camp tuition, private music lessons, or musical equipment purchase/repair.
In 2019, we will be giving $10,000 in scholarship funds and need your help to make it happen! To learn more about the Gary Brown Scholarship Fund or to donate, please visit .

Live in the Barn: Runaway June (presented by 92.7 KTOM FM)

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