Williamson Branch - Saturday
"Williamson Branch brings high energy, great personality, and a particularly good musical show. Williamson Branch is one of the most entertaining bands on the circuit. Put this band on your "must see" list." Bluegrass Today
Weekend pass includes rough camping $80
Thursday only - $20 Friday only - $40 Saturday only - $40
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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.
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 - Serene Green is the collective musical vision of Pennsylvania natives Quentin Fisher, Michael Johnson, Steve Leonard and Shane McGeehan. Serene Green's desire is to create music highlighting its original compositions and individual style, while honoring the traditions set forth by the pioneers of bluegrass music.
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.
Amy Gallatin and The Hot Flashes are an exciting and eclectic group fronted by three female vocalists who have made a name for themselves on the New England music scene showcasing their tight vocal harmonies and jazzy acoustic stylings.
Corey Zink and Zink & Company provide a “One of a Kind” bluegrass show that is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Corey provides a unique blend of bluegrass and old country sound and includes many “original” songs that are written “from the heart”. Zink & Company is very strong both instrumentally and vocally, providing all the essentials for great bluegrass including the banjo and fiddle.
Stev and Nancy Rogeski
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