The 14th Annual Vine Grove Bluegrass Festival

Get your clogging shoes ready - the Vine Grove Bluegrass Festival is right around the corner: September 26th, 27th & 28th 2013 From the looks of the way things have shaped up, the 14th Annual Vine Grove Bluegrass Festival should be even bigger and better than previous years - but no surprise, there: all this festival has ever done is grow to outshine the previous year's festival! The line-up of talent grows with every festival, even though the ticket prices have remained affordable. That’s probably why it’s often referred to as the “Best Little Bluegrass Festival in the State.” Bluegrass fans from all over come to enjoy this wonderful gathering of musicians and dancers as they perform both traditional and contemporary sounds for this Kentucky, bluegrass blow-out. A full roster rounds out the schedule from Thursday, September 26th through Saturday, the 28th. Take a gander:
14th Annual Vine Grove Bluegrass FestivalSep. 26-28, 2013 Vine Grove Band Scramble Vine Grove Express Kody Norris & the Watauga Mountain Boys Kings Highway Leroy Troy & the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band Melvin Goins & Windy Mountain Jeff Johnson & the River Bottom Boys Kings Highway Cumberland River American Drive Band Little Roy & Lizzy Show Old Friends Get Together (Featuring JD Crowe, Doyle Lawson & Paul Williams) So grab your friends, grab your family, and grab yourself some tickets to the toe-tappin', hand-clappin', partner-swingin', 3-day Vine Grove Bluegrass Festival.

The 14th Annual Vine Grove Bluegrass Festival

For tickets and more details, please visit: vinegrovebluegrass.com

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