Rockabilly Nights at Riley’s Farm: guaranteed fun with live-music, dancing, Hangar 24 beer & milkshakes

By on August 24, 2017

For two nights in September, the Packing Shed at Riley’s Farm will be transformed for live-music and swing/rockabilly dancing along with hayrides, great food and fun for the whole family. The 1950s-style diner, along with 2017-era Hanger 24 Orange Wheat beer on tap and plenty of fresh milkshakes combine to make for an evening you and your family and friends won’t soon forget.

The Packing Shed’s doors will open promptly at 7 p.m. and band immediately goes live. Our favorite Rockabilly band, Craic Haus, will entertain you with live music all night for only $15 per adult.

An early diner service is available for those who are hungry preceding Rockabilly Nights. A la carte meals are just $6.95 and meals with fresh-cut fries are just $9.95; those with even bigger appetites can add another meat patty or bacon for an additional $1.50. Four different meals will be offered: the Elvis (fried PB&J with bananas and bacon), the John Wayne (Western-style burger, American cheese, bacon, BBQ sauce and onion rings), the Big Bopper (an all-American burger with lettuce, tomatoes, American cheese, 1000-island sauce, pickles and onions) or the Plain Jane (just the patty, with or without cheese.) The menu is subject to change but good food is guaranteed!

Diner service is available from 6 to 9 p.m., swing dance instruction is available from 7:30 to 8 p.m. and the whole night will be filled with live music. Join us for a night of music, food and fun on either Saturday, Sept. 2 or Saturday, Sept. 9.

Tickets for Rockabilly are: $12 for children (ages 3-12); $15 for adults; or a 4-pack for adults at 20 percent off. Diner is optional and not included in the Rockabilly pricing. For tickets for the Sept. 2 show go to: For tickets for the Sept. 9 show go to: