All activities are included in the price of admission. We extend a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who helps provide the extra benefits; they add so much to the family atmosphere of our festival and provide fun for all ages!
There are several activities at the festival for the little angels in your life. Facepainting is provided by the Colby Community College Art Club, while Judy Kleinsorge and Pat Wolf offer make-and-take crafts! Chess and checkers tables are also made available by tournament master Duane Johnson.
Saturday morning between 9:00 and 11:00 gives attendees a chance to
showcase their talent on our stage. Bands and individuals are encouraged to
perform before our live audience; bluegrass and folk music are encouraged; all
instruments must be acoustic (no electric instruments, except bass, allowed).
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?