Caesar Creek Pioneer Village Festival

Sacred Harp singing
Caesar Creek Pioneer Village

The Caesar Creek Sacred Harp singing is held at Caesar Creek Pioneer Village. It is part of the Caesar Creek Pioneer Festival. The singing is indoors in its own space, with hollow square seating. The public participates as they wish, but the singing operates as a regular Sacred Harp singing.

The building is a restored Quaker meetinghouse, with exquisite old-time acoustics. The festival-goers were sincere and eager in their appreciation for our music.

We will sing from 10am-noon, then lunch, then sing 1-3pm, with breaks as needed.

Again, all singers are welcome! Please come and help us sing!

The festival includes a variety of country-oriented music spread over three days. Regular admission is $7/day, $18/weekend, children $3/$6. Singers have lunch provided; admission free with Sacred Harp (red book).

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In past years there was no seating for staged performances--bring lawn chairs. (This applies only to watching the other events. For singing, we will have church pews arranged in a square.) There is free camping on the festival grounds--no hookups.

Directions: Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village is located 5 miles southeast of Waynesville in Warren County, Ohio.

  • From Waynesville: east on SR73 one mile, right on Clarksville Rd, left on Oregonia Rd, left at CCPV.
  • From I-71: Take Exit 45, then west on SR73, left on Oregonia Rd at Harveysburg, right at CCPV.