Amanda Cook Band - Friday only

 Amanda’s delivery of a soulwrenching song, her light-hearted, down-to-earth style and the tremendous musicianship backing her creates an undeniably strong connection with the audience. The Band is made up of the following musicians: Amanda Cook Lead Vocals and mandolin, Carolyne VanLieropBoone on banjo and vocals, Josh Faul, upright bass and vocals, and George Mason on fiddle and Aaron Foster on guitar. This group has played together on and off for years and they have considerable experience playing on stage at numerous venues. The Amanda Cook Band offers a unique style on a great mix of both traditional and contemporary bluegrass. The band provides a fresh and upbeat mix of music that leaves audiences tapping their toes. 

JUNE 17, 18, 19, 2021


Nashville based, Williamson Branch, is a high energy, high steppin’ show that features a fine-tuned variety of bluegrass, gospel, and country music, accentuated by world class Appalachian clog dancing. These Pinecastle recording artists fill every performance with memorable moments of love and laughter. Bolstered by millions of views on social media, Williamson Branch has toured from Canada to the Cayman Islands, Maine to the Mexican border thrilling audiences with their vocal harmonies and sparkling personalities.


Carson has been blessed to have a great band, Iron Mountain to help him entertain audiences performing old-time, bluegrass, and gospel music.  The band consists of Carson’s father, Jamie Peters, Eric Marshall and Ben Marshall of Mount Airy, North Carolina and Austin Tate of Marion, Virginia.  Carson is truly blessed to have these fine Christian musicians in his band.

Weekend pass includes rough camping BEFORE JUNE 1, 2021 - $65 

(after June 1st - $75)
Thursday only - $15  Friday only - $35     Saturday only - $40
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Lost Time/Off the Wall

Your host band, playing THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, fronted by John Burton, with his syncopated banjo playing, with different configurations of members, the band has always played a great blend of traditional and modern bluegrass.

Audie Blaylock and Redline - SATURDAY ONLY

Back by popular demand Audie will be performing Saturday only.  A powerhouse of a band that honors the traditions of Bluegrass, but isn't entirely defined by them. Redline is real music for real people. 

​The Price Sisters - Fri & Sat

While Lauren and Leanna front the band and are recognized for their twin-sister harmony singing, each band member is an accomplished musician in his or her own right, having earned regards from those in the business whom they admire.  The Price Sisters have been nominated by the IBMA for the 2019 Momentum Band of the Year, and Lauren was nominated for Momentum Vocalist of the Year.

Creek Bend 

​Creek Bend is a bluegrass band based in Buffalo, NY that has been serving up good, hot bluegrass music for over thirty years.

​FRIDAY ONLY - MICHAEL CLEVELAND AND FLAMEKEEPER“He plays fearless and it’s intoxicating to play with him because he makes you play fearless,” says Country Music Hall of Famer Vince Gill. “He takes no prisoners but he plays with a restraint and a soul. He plays without abandon.” Clearly, the IBMA agrees as he’s their most awarded Fiddle Player of the Year with 11 wins, has won Instrumental Recorded Performance of the Year six times, and fronts their 5-Time Instrumental Group of the Year. And, Cleveland is a 2018 Inductee to the National Fiddler Hall of Fame. Together with Flamekeeper members Josh Richards (guitar), Nathan Livers (mandolin), Jasiah Shrode (banjo) and Tyler Griffith (bass). 

2020 Performers!


Atkinson Family

Your host band, playing THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, the Atkinsons have a unique refreshing sound with tight family harmonies.  They will be your hosts for the weekend, playing music and entertaining the festival goers. Be sure to stop and say hello!

SATURDAY ONLY - DALE ANN BRADLEY(Sun morning gospel set at Lowville Mennonite Church) Dale Ann has always expressed in her recordings the boundlessness of Bluegrass music and its musicians and vocalists by incorporating songs from all styles into her shows and albums. "Bluegrass can go anywhere, do anything, rip your heart out and make you laugh." The songs are true and full of passion. The artists love it like their families, which in reality is where all the emotion comes from. The roots of this tree are strong and the branches are blooming. No one has handed her anything. She has garnered international success doing the kind of music she loves. 


Alabama native and member of The Alabama Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame, David Davis has traveled and preformed as frontman for the bluegrass group, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys since 1984. He is recognized as one of the foremost practitioners of the Monroe mandolin technique. His interest in old-time and bluegrass music grew organically from a musical family, both his father and grandfather were players and singers. His uncle, Cleo Davis, was Bill Monroe’s original Blue Grass Boy.