Sounds Like: Tony Rice, Dan Tyminski, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, John Starling
Manager: Blue Promotions
Bio: Mountain Holler is a high-energy, traditionally rooted bluegrass band that consists of award-winning vocalist and guitarist, Greg Blake, along with a host of excellent, supportive musicians from the Front Range of Colorado such as Jeff Scroggins, Pat Carbone, Caleb Roberts, Warren Kennison, Jorda... See Full BioMore Info
Music from 7 to 10pm.
Worland is located in the middle of the beautiful Big Horn Basin half way between Casper, WY and Billings, MT. The friendliest little town with a big heart invites you to attend our festival for FREE! Taste mouthwatering BBQ and listen to fabulous Bluegrass musicians. Bring the family and enjoy a tasty BBQ meal, visit with friends, make new ones, and wander around the other exhibits. The Festival is held at the Washakie County Fairgrounds on a grassy field, surrounded by shade trees. Enjoy the taste of mouth watering food from world-class chefs, and of course enjoy the music!
The Barefoot, Bluegrass & Barbecue Festival is an all day event for the entire family. There will be 6 Bluegrass Bands including both local and national touring bands. Colorado's own Jeff Scroggins is a National Banjo Champion. Greg Blake (with Mountain Holler) is a Regional Award Winning guitar player. Rising out of Nashville’s thriving independent music scene, The Farewell Drifters are an alt-folk band known for their 60’s era-inspired harmonies and adventurous musical energy. Paste Magazine says: "They are the best of what's next!" Along with incredible Bluegrass music there will be great food, fun-filled activities for the entire family along with a 1K Barefoot Walk with Dr. Jeff Brodsky - Founder/President of JOY International. Dr. Jeff has walked totally barefoot for more than 2 years to raise awareness of the plight of children being trafficked all over the world. All proceeds to this event will benefit the work of JOY International. JOY is devoted the Rescue of child sex slaves here in America and around the world.
Jazzy funk, country melodies, and oldies but goodies are just a few of the musical beats to sway through Chapungu Sculpture Park at the Sounds of Centerra summer concert series. The concert stage is located at the northwest end of Chapungu Sculpture Park, east of The Promenade Shops at Centerra (east of Macy’s). Admission to Sounds of Centerra is free. Concert goers are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets for seating on the lawn. Alcoholic beverages and other glass containers are prohibited at the park.
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