Casey Jones Distillery

3rd Annual Howl-of-a-Night

Raise your spirits Saturday, October 26 at Casey Jones Distillery for our 3rd annual Howl-of-a-Night Halloween Bash! A lively evening of tasty bites, drinks, music and friends in the newly expanded porch and deck. Come as you are or dress for Howl-o-ween and you’ll be ready for costume contests…either way, just come out and get caught in the “web” of fun and friends.
Stop by (and hang around) for a spell…. The Distillery will be open for family friendly tours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Food trucks for your hunger.
The gift shop is filled with everything from tee shirts & hats to flasks and glassware, our spirits and moonarita kits.
Casey’s Bar will be open with choices for all, including signature Moonaritas.
6:30pm until 10:00pm, music to get you into the “spirit” of Halloween with your dance favorites, just park your broom at the door.

Casey’s Concert Series presents Hot Dancin’

What could be better than winding down your summer with great music and food! Hot Dancin’ comes to Casey Jones Distillery on Saturday, August 31st. Get ready to dance with favorite pop, rock, soul & country music. Bring a lawn chair or yard blanket, friends and family and enjoy this last official summer weekend. Family Friendly and No Cover. Waffle It Food Truck is serving lunch and dinner. Tours and tastings 10:00 am-6:00 pm, and Hot Dancin’ takes the stage 6:00 pm-10:00 pm.

Lights Out Festival Featuring The Woodstock Rock Orkestra

The ​Pennyroyal Arts Council​ and ​Casey Jones Distillery​ announce a joint event and special performance by ​The Woodstock Rock Orkestra Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 7:00 pm at Casey Jones Distillery​ with proceeds benefiting the Pennyroyal Arts Council. The event is sponsored by Budweiser and Comfort Suites of Hopkinsville.

The Woodstock Rock Orkestra will perform a​ spectacular three hour concert of iconic music that helped define a generation and forever changed the American music scene. Directed by Kentucky natives Mark Jones and Lee Carroll, and featuring standouts like Jonell Mosser and Hopkinsville’s own Chip Graham and Alonzo Pennington, the Woodstock Rock Orkestra and its dozen plus players will perform the crown jewels of the ‘69 festival along with other Woodstock era hits to deliver a gripping, unforgettable concert under the stars.

Enjoy favorites by:
Santana | Led Zeppelin | Creedence Clearwater Revival | The Who | Jefferson Airplane | Joe Cocker | Janis Joplin | The Beatles | Sly and the Family Stone | The Rolling Stones | Jimi Hendrix | Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young | and More!

This is an all-age, family-friendly event with ​general admission tickets​ at $25 per person and $10 for kids under 12 for the 7:00 pm show. Experience the Lights Out Festival in an exclusive area with a VIP bar, tables and chairs at $37.50 (21+). You can reserve a whole table for your group by purchasing eight VIP tickets.

Want to take your festival experience up a notch? Camping options at the distillery are available Friday and Saturday nights at $10 a night. Each camper must have a ticket and be accompanied by an adult.

The gates open at 10​:00 am​ with warm up music starting on the back porch at 2:30 pm with food trucks, tours and tastings available prior to the main event.

Tickets are available at the Alhambra Theatre and online at ​ beginning Wednesday, June 19. For more information, contact the Arts Council at 270-887-4295 or Casey Jones Distillery at 270-839-9987 or visit​.

Casey’s Concert Series: Pennyrile Area Community Band

Put on your red, white and blue and come out for an evening of Patriotic Pops! Join the community for a fun, outdoor evening concert. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family & friends to enjoy an evening under the Kentucky sky.
Tuesday, July 9, 2019, Pennyrile Area Community Band, our local concert band featuring your friends and neighbors on woodwinds, brass & percussion, led by local conductor Scott Estes, are giving you a family-friendly performance of your favorite patriotic pops selections on the lawn at Casey Jones Distillery.
Bring your lawn chair, come early & come hungry. Food Trucks on site. Plus, Casey’s Lounge will be open with beer, wine and cocktails. Tours and tastings during regular hours.
Music begins at 7:00 pm. Food trucks start serving at 5:00 pm. Donations will be accepted.


Casey’s Concert Series presents Roux & The Willing

With local roots, singer-songwriter Kent Wells is the founder of Roux & The Willing. Add Sean Finley on drums and bass-player Austin Brown for a mostly local inventive and effortlessly cool Indie band, playing a blend of rock/pop/roots music. From toned down to rock the house, their musical range is amazing! Food truck serving starting around 5:00 pm and the music starts at 6:30 pm. Gather up your friends, bring the kids and enjoy a summer evening of music.


Casey’s Concert Series presents Syd Hedrick and the Phalcons

Let the music start! Come out for a day of sun, fun, food and music. Food Truck will be serving starting about 5:00 pm and the music starts at 6:30 pm. Syd Hedrick’s roots in music begin in the weaving counterpoint melodies of southern gospel and move all the way through Blues, Alt. Country, R&B/Funk, and Original compositions with a progressive flair. Family friendly. Bring a chair, or blanket, sit on the lawn and enjoy the summer fun.

The Silent Natural Meet & Greet

Come out to Casey Jones Distillery for autographs, film memorabilia for purchase, food, music, games for kids and more! This is a FREE event! Bring your friends to meet the Stars!

Miles Barbee will be on hand to sign autographs and take pics! He played William ‘Dummy’ Hoy in The Silent Natural, a biographical drama about the first deaf Major League Baseball player, filmed across Christian County and other communities in western Kentucky.

Hoy grew up in Houcktown, Ohio. Before he was noticed by a pro scout, he owned a shoe repair shop. Hoy played in the minor leagues for two years before signing with the Washington Senators in 1888. According to the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, Hoy went on to play for seven teams in his 14-year MLB career and used sign language to communicate with teammates.

Director, writer and producer David Risotto said the story of Dummy Hoy takes place in a small western town during the 1880s.
“It’s a feel good story. It’s about an underdog who fought hard to get to do what he wanted to in life. It’s a hero story,” said Risotto.

Casey’s Concert Series presents Hot Dancin’

Start your summer with great music and food! Hot Dancin’ comes to Casey Jones Distillery. Get ready to dance with favorite pop, rock, soul & country music. Food trucks Holiday Burger and Hugging Tree will be serving a big choice of good eats starting at 5:30pm. Music starts at 6:30pm. Bring a lawn chair or yard blanket, friends and family and enjoy this first official summer weekend. Family Friendly and No Cover.

Casey Jones Open Disc Golf Tournament

Join your friends at Casey Jones Distillery on May 18th for this awesome disc golf tournament!

Schedule for the Open Tournament:
*Sign In: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
*Players Meeting: 9:00 am
*Play Starts: 9:15 am

For $25, players get 2 rounds of 18-hole disc golf. Play on the distillery property that gives players a rustic, rural experience featuring rolling hills, changes of elevation, water features, wooded holes, and some mandos throughout the course.

Register on

72 maximum player spots available, with a player bag for all entries

While you’re at the Distillery, be sure to do a tour and tasting. The gift shop and lounge will be open, and cocktails, beer, and wine are available. A food truck will also be on site.

2nd Annual Kentucky Derby Rotary Benefit

For the 2nd year “running” the Hopkinsville Rotary Club will host the Kentucky Derby Benefit at Casey Jones Distillery on Saturday, May 4th. This fun and exciting event will be held at the Casey Jones Distillery and feature music by local artist, Alonzo Pennington! Single tickets will be $50 and couples will be $100. Tickets can be purchased during the week of the Rotary Auction, which will be April 22-27 at the War Memorial Building in downtown Hopkinsville.