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The festival, on April 29th from 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m., at Druid Hill Park boasts 3 stages, 14 bands and 12 hours of family-friendly festivities including local food, limited release beer from Union Brewery, artists, kid’s games, crafts, spontaneous jam sessions and more. New to the festival this year is a third stage, providing festival goers with a more comprehensive musical experience featuring traditional and progressive bluegrass, folk and Americana.
General Admission: $55 | Day of show $60
Kids 10 and Under: Free
VIP: $160 – Ticket includes access to a VIP tent, VIP viewing area, VIP restrooms, separate entrance, standing room only space directly in front of the stages, unlimited Union Craft Brewing Beer, catered lunch, dinner and snacks, discounted festival merchandise, first dibs and half-off tickets to the official after-party at the 8 x 10 featuring Billy Strings + Special Guests, and more. $10 off your ticket, using the code ‘STAYCLASSY’!
About the Lineup:
The unique musical lineup brings regional and nationally-known bluegrass artists together during one day including The Lone Bellow, Supergroup Adam Aijala, Ben Kaufmann of Yonder Mountain String Band, Drew Emmitt and & Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon, Seldom Scene, Cris Jacobs, Lonesome River Band, Cabinet, The Dustbowl Revival, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Danny Paisley and The Southern Grass, Kitchen Dwellers, Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, Country Current (United States Navy Bluegrass Band) and Frankie Short & The Northern Connection Bluegrass Band. Opening the festival will be local up-and-coming bluegrass band, The Dirty Grass Players, chosen by the community at the Charm City Bluegrass’s annual Battle of the Bands.
For the foodies:
Foodies will appreciate the festival’s focus on local cuisine from iconic Baltimore establishments including The Local Oyster, Cardinal Tavern, BricknFire Pizza and more. Official beer provider Union Craft Brewing Co. will create a branded brew, while The Charmery will concoct a new, festival-inspired ice cream flavor, both of which are exclusive to the festival and will be unveiled a few weeks prior to the event date.
Giving back to the community:
Continuing its dedication to supporting Druid Hill Park, $2 from each ticket sold will be donated to the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens, located adjacent to the festival grounds, to support horticulture education programs. The festival will also feature a raffle to benefit Believe in Music, a nonprofit that aims to give inner city Baltimore students a multifaceted music education.