CrossRoads Catholic Music Festival

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CrossRoads is the Midwest's homegrown Catholic music festival. We're not the biggest, brightest or flashiest. We don't have a mud pit [unless it rains] or a rollercoaster but we do have some of the best players in contemporary Catholic music including rockers like Cheer Up Charlie, songwriters like Danielle Rose, great guitar like Chris Shepherd, and emerging artists like Friday Mourning.

The festival is held annually on the last weekend in September, from Friday night thru Sunday morning. Our venue, Eagle Hurst Ranch, is located outside of Steelville, MO in the Ozark foothills. It's a beautiful location filled with shady trees and rustic cabins where cell phones can't reach.

We are open to all genres of music, but nothing profane. Artists do not necessarily need be Catholic to take part, but we think it helps. Artists must be comfortable performing and ministering in a Catholic context socially and theologically.

All acts are compensated; fees are negotiated. In some cases travel expenses are covered, and we provide onsite housing and meals to the artists. Booking decisions are typically made between January and March, but things change and we occasionally find ourselves with late openings. No slots are reserved.