Join us for the 12th annual Signature Event at Deer Horn Ranch in Geary County
on June 10 featuring special guest Michael Martin Murphey!
Tickets are now on sale. Learn more in our Winter Newsletter.
The 2017 Signature Event will take place on Deer Horn Ranch in Geary County.
Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc. is proud to partner with the Kansas City Symphony (KCS) for our Signature Event. Known for performing live music with a passion for excellence, the Kansas City Symphony is a major force in the cultural life of the region. For more information, visit the Kansas City Symphony's website.
The theme of the 2017 Signature Event is "Chisholm Trail" and will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the famous trail that brought cattle from Texas to Kansas in the years following the Civil War.
The sunset concert with the Kansas City Symphony will feature country western singer-songwriter Michael Martin Murphey, who will share his passion for cowboy culture and grasslands conservation.
Stay and enjoy a weekend in the Kansas Flint Hills! Discover a camping ground, quaint inn or hotel in one of our charming small towns. See what Junction City has to offer, take in the attractions in Manhattan, the "Little Apple," and explore lodging in Abilene. Can't stay in June? Come back soon!
Join us for lunch and dinner! Enjoy offerings from Cox Brothers BBQ. At dinnertime, VIP ticketholders will enjoy conversation with friends and a fine chuckwagon-style dining experience by Coco Bolo. Vegetarian options are available. You can also bring your own food as long as it is not in a hard-sided cooler. Do not bring alcoholic beverages or glass containers.
Experts, leaders and innovators will present a variety of educational presentations related to the 2017 theme, "Chisholm Trail."
Each year, the Symphony in the Flint Hills Field Journal features in-depth articles and beautiful illustrations that commemorate the event's theme. Field Journals are available for purchase at our online store and at each Signature Event. Explore past editions online. Browse or search the database for topics from cowboys and ranching to prairie chickens and regional characters.
Gallery of Past Events