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Bloomin Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival

October 5, 2010 bluegrass music

Sevierville, Tennessee Enjoying deliciously grilled food is an essential festival experience and if you’re looking for the most intoxicating combination of barbeque and bluegrass then you need to come to Sevierville, Tennessee on May 20 & 21, 2011 for its annual Bloomin’ Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival. Family-Friendly Entertainment Besides the best barbeque dishes and bluegrass […]

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Bluegrass Heritage Festival

September 28, 2010 bluegrass music

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. Camping There are no available campsites for visitors who are driving RV trailers and motor homes. They are, however encouraged to check […]

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Mayfest Bluegrass Festival

September 24, 2010 bluegrass music

Lowell, Michigan Every month of May, the membership-based West Michigan Bluegrass Music Association holds its annual Mayfest Bluegrass Festival. In 2010, the association, which is dedicated to preserving and promoting the bluegrass heritage, had celebrated its fifteenth festival with an all-star lineup that includes the Chapmans, Cats and The Fiddler, and R.J. Thomas and the […]

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Telluride Bluegrass Festival

September 14, 2010 bluegrass music

Telluride, Colorado Held at the vastly scenic town of Telluride, Colorado, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival is one of the most famous bluegrass festivals of all time. It first opened its doors in 1974 and even then, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival had welcomed over a thousand fans to its grounds. At present, the festival, which is […]

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The Festival of the Bluegrass

August 30, 2010 bluegrass music

Surprisingly enough, the longest-running bluegrass festival in Kentucky hadn’t been started by a professional bluegrass band or even an organization. In June 1974, Bob and Jean Cornett, a bluegrass-loving couple who liked to listen to J.D. Crowe perform at the Martins, a North Lexington joint, decided to start their own festival by renting space from […]

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