The Festival
All activities included in the price of admission.  We extend a HUGE THANK YOU to all who help provide the extra benefits which add so much to the family atmosphere of our festival and provide fun for all ages!
Kids' Activities
There are several activities at the festival for the little angels in your life.  A petting zoo, horseback rides, face painting and washable tattoos, make-and-take crafts, chess and checkers tables, and more!  There is something for all the kids, and they are sure to have a blast!
Junior Showcase & Open Stage
Saturday morning offers a chance for bluegrass youth to showcase their talents!  From 11:30 to 1:10, all youth 18 and under have the opportunity to play three songs.  This is a great way for the future of bluegrass to experience stage performance!  If time allows, open stage will follow.  Anyone who wishes to perform with bluegrass and acoustic instruments are welcome.
Free Potluck & Jam Session
On the Thursday evening prior to the festival, a free potluck dinner and jam session takes place on the grounds under the canopy or in the 4-H building.  The public is invited to attend to “get a good taste” of bluegrass!  Bring a covered dish, lawn chairs and your instruments.  Table service and drinks are provided.  Come early to start jamming!

Bluegrass Gospel Homecoming
 On Sunday morning, join us under the tent for our "Bluegrass Gospel Homecoming"!
This Gaither-style celebration will feature signature song selections from the festival performers. The gospel show has become one of the highlights for festival attendees. Praising the Lord through bluegrass.  Does it get any better?
Rhonda Vincent
Kenny and Amanda Smith
Colebrook Road
Trinity River Band
Nothin Fancy
Larry Booth
Sappa Strings
The McLemores