The Big Red Barn Retreat is hosting its Fall Jam at The Ballpark concert benefiting veterans and first responders on October 9. The concert was originally to be headlined by country music star Craig Morgan and his band, but Craig Morgan cannot participate this year, so Joe Nichols will perform at Segra Park: Home of the Columbia Fireflies.

Fall Jam at the Ballpark will honor the community’s veterans, active-duty service members, first responders and their families.

Opening for Nichols will be the vocalist Ashley Gearing and fiddler and singer Andrea Young of The Wildcards. Starting things off early will be a local singer-songwriter, Mason Horne. Straight out of the Carolina pines, the 19-year old singer-songwriter brings a youthful, but timeless voice to country music.

General admission tickets are $25, $15 for the military in advance and $35 at the gate. General admission tickets are on sale online at and at the Segra Park Box Office at 1640 Freed Street, Columbia, 29201. The event will follow Segra Park’s cashless and clear bag policies. Parking for the event will be $5-$10 and will follow the parking policies in place for Columbia Fireflies games. Parking will also follow Segra Park’s cashless policy.

All proceeds will benefit the programs and services The BRBR offers to the military and first responder community at no cost, including the Warrior PATHH program. For more information on the services and programs The BRBR provides, visit

Sponsors for the event are: Sonic Drive-In, WCOS, Michelob Ultra, Richland County, FN America, Dominion Energy, PRISMA Health, Colonial Life, WACH Fox 57, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Truist, Canada Dry Ginger Ale, True Comfort of the Carolinas, Grace Outdoor, Palmetto State Armory, Coca-Cola, Lockheed Martin, AllSouth Federal Credit Union, and Gregory Electric.

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