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BBQs on the lawn FAQs No outside food, beverage, bottles (including water bottles), or coolers, please. We have a full service bar and BBQ available. The lawn is a non-smoking area; designated smoking areas are available. Chairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You may bring a beach blanket or low-backed sand chair. No plastic or vinyl ground coverings. For parties of 8 or more you may call to reserve a Picnic Table No pets allowed. Children under 3 are admitted for free. Day of show Will Call opens @ 2:30pm Doors @ 3:00pm Event @ 4:00pm Thank You!Tickets Save
A Who’s Who of Bluegrass A gathering of music, learning, family & friends Oak Hill, NY ~ July 16-19, 2015 40+ Bands • 5 Stages • Workshops • Emerging Artist Showcase Dancing • Children’s Performers • Bluegrass Academy for Kids Camping • Jamming • Food & Craft Vendors & A Whole Lot More! SwirlTickets Save
RockyGrass Academy July 19-23 43rd RockyGrass July 24-26 The Song School August 9-13 25th Rocky Mtn Folks Festival August 14-16 43rd Telluride Bluegrass June 16-19, 2016 News from the Planet Gillian Welch, Sufjan Stevens, Mary Chapin Carpenter & Shawn Colvin, Jason Isbell top Folks Festival lineup Tell us about your 2015 Telluride Bluegrass Festival experience in our Festivarian Survey Folks Festival single-day tix, 3-day passes, and camping onsale now Looking for a Telluride Bluegrass keepsake? Check out our book! Festival Partners Allegro Coffee Wildflower Concerts Thanks for joining us this Spring for the Wildflower Concert Series in Lyons. Watch for news about the Fall series in the coming months. Learn more... Play The Planet Bluegrass Radio Music Lineup Workshops Contests FamilyArea Accommodations Info Shop Community Media Bookmark and Share The story of Red Knuckles landing the closing spot at the 43rd Annual RockyGrass Late every July the small mountain town of Lyons, Colorado becomes the center of the bluegrass universe as generations of legends and future-legends and Festivarians converge under the red rock cliffs of the St. Vrain River. Originally founded by Bill Monroe and members of the Colorado Bluegrass Music Society, today's RockyGrass is known internationally as one of the great traditional bluegrass festivals. After last year's rebirth celebration -- held just 10 months after historic 500-year floods devastated the town of Lyons -- mark your calendar for the 43rd Annual RockyGrass (July 24-26, 2015). Tickets and camping are onsale now at shop.bluegrass.com or 800-624-2422.Tickets Save
Welcome. We love you, and can’t wait to see you again. Our mission is to be the best music festival experience of our time. To sell a limited quantity of tickets to the highest quality event experience, bar none, celebrating music, art and life in an intimate, visually stunning environment. To help achieve this mission, the following pages contain elaborations on the ticket types and festival logistics needed for you to make the most of your magical musical mountain experience. Listed below are the basic rules of FloydFest 14: Fire on the Mountain. They are few and simple, yet extremely important to us and to the overall FloydFest experience. Help us police their observance, so we can make this more than just a festival—let’s make this our FloydFest.Tickets Save
Vibes Celebrates 20 Years! Gathering of the Vibes is an annual music, arts and camping festival now in its 20th year. Vibes has grown into a four-day festival that has featured such world-class talent as all founding members of the Grateful Dead, Gov’t Mule, Elvis Costello, Crosby, Stills and Nash, John Fogerty, Allman Brothers Band, James Brown, Jane’s Addiction, The Black Crowes, John Butler Trio, Buddy Guy, Jimmy Cliff, Primus, George Clinton and P-Funk, Bruce Hornsby, moe., Branford Marsalis, Damian Marley and Nas, and more. The Vibes is also a launching pad for extraordinarily talented, young, up-and-coming bands who have the opportunity to showcase their talent to the 25,000 people who attend each year.photo by JP Vellotti Vibes 2014 marked the festival’s tenth return to Seaside Park in Bridgeport, CT, making Seaside Park home to the Vibes more than any other venue. Vibes has become the Northeast’s preeminent music festival — springing from traditions born in the Grateful Dead community. During the band’s 30 year run, the Grateful Dead sparked the creation of an unparalleled sub-culture of loyally devoted enthusiasts. For decades, Grateful Dead shows served as a community-building institution where followers reveled with friends both old and new. When Jerry Garcia died in 1995, Dead fans were left with a void. Ken Hays Greenwich 2014 Final In 1996, Ken Hays, a local businessman and Grateful Dead aficionado, and local promoter Bob Kennedy, got some of their friends together to throw a memorial party for Garcia on the campus of SUNY Purchase. Aptly named “Deadhead Heaven – A Gathering of the Tribe”, the event provided a forum for music lovers to celebrate the life of Garcia and to reunite for a weekend of spiritual renewal. In 1997, the festival relocated to Croton Point Park, NY and was re-named “Gathering of the Vibes.” In each year since, Gathering of the Vibes has carried the spirit of these initial events forward by creating wholly unique musical experiences for attendees from far and wide. The folks who come to the Vibes annually to build and renew their bonds of friendship comprise the community that has affectionately become known as the VibeTribe. In 1999 Vibes found a natural home for the annual event at Seaside Park in Bridgeport, CT. Then in 2000, Bob Weir became the first Grateful Dead alumni to grace the Vibes’ stage, performing both with his band Ratdog and in a memorable sit-in with bass virtuoso Les Claypool. In 2001, as Seaside Park began to undergo major renovations, the Vibes moved to Red Hook, NY for its most well-attended event to date. Following the year in Red Hook, the Vibes took up a five-year residency at Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville, NY from 2002 through 2006, highlighted by an incredible two-night performance by Phil Lesh & Friends over Independence Day weekend 2002. In 2007, Gathering of the Vibes came home to Seaside Park, re-kindling the magic of the unforgettable 1999 & 2000 shows. With the help of the VibeTribe and the generous support of the City of Bridgeport, we look forward to an exceptional 20th annual Vibes in 2015 on the shores of Long Island Sound. Further Reading The Official Gathering of the Vibes Wiki Page GOTV2015-DailySchedule-Widget GOTV2015-RollingStoneWidget Warren Haynes Album FTC Ad SOJATickets Save
Sounds Like: Alison Krauss, Bill Monroe, The Grascals, Laurie Lewis, Lonesome River Band
Label: Rounder Records, Cumberland Records, House of Sprouse Music
Manager: House of Sprouse Music; BluegrassWest.Com
Bio: Blaine Sprouse - Fiddler
"If You’re Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)” proclaims the 1984 Billboard Hot Country Single #1 song. So who did supergroup Alabama call upon to fiddle the memorable chart topper and the entire Roll On album? Blaine Sprouse.
Three years later, ...See Full Bio
: Blaine Sprouse has a show on 07/05/2015 at 03:00 PM @ Rancho Nicasio in Nicasio, CA http://t.co/2YXClKtWPH #concert
“This tender recollection of fiddle great Kenny Baker is a contribution from Blaine Sprouse, himself a noted fiddler with wide experience in the bluegrass world. When I was about eight years old, I had been playing guitar for a couple of years, and was even sitting in at dances, playing at the Moose Lodge, the VFW Club and the American Legion in Martinsburg, West Virginia. It was about this time that I heard Kenny Baker play fiddle with Bill Monroe at a show in Salem, Virginia, at Lakeside Amusement Park. From the moment I heard the sweet huge, round dark warm tone that Kenny made whenever he played, I was bitten; no more guitar for this kid, it was going to be the fiddle, make it sound like Kenny, or not play at all”