Bluegrass Heritage Festival

Bluegrass Heritage Festival

Bluegrass Heritage Festival

Arlington, Texas

Bluegrass Heritage Foundation, a non-profit organization, had launched the annual Bluegrass Heritage Festival in the interest of promoting bluegrass music. It takes place every March at the South Oaks Baptist Church.


There are no available campsites for visitors who are driving RV trailers and motor homes. They are, however encouraged to check out the nearby Texas RV Ranch, which is just ten miles away.

Food and Drinks

Festival patrons are not allowed to bring their own foods and drinks as more than ample refreshments are available on sale from the South Oaks community. Patrons may then enjoy leisurely meals inside the Activities Building or outside under the shades of grand oak trees.


Both reserved and general admission seating sections are available. Children accompanying reserved seating ticket holders must have their own tickets as well. General admission seats are offered at a first-come, first-served basis and those that are left unoccupied for more than fifteen minutes will be automatically considered available. Both tickets and wristbands must be presented when asked for proof of purchase.

Festival Policies

In respect of the long-standing regulations of the South Oaks community, visitors will be prohibited from taking their pets with them. Smoking of cigarette and tobaccos is also not allowed as well as possession and/or use of firearms, drugs, and alcohol.

Nearby Attractions

If you are arriving early or you wish to spend a few days more in the area after the festival, there are lots of nearby attractions that can provide entertainment for the whole family. For sports enthusiasts, the Dallas Cowboys Stadium and the Texas Rangers Ballpark are just sixteen miles away. History buffs are sure to enjoy visiting any of the various museums in the area such as the Vintage Flying Museum, the Kimbell Art Museum, and the Modern Museum of Fort Worth. Theme parks in the vicinity include Hurricane Harbor Water Park and Six Flags Over Texas.

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James Holsinger February 28, 2011 at 9:41 pm

You have too many DO,s And Dont,s for Me!!! This might attract some people from a communist country maybe!!!!

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