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Blazin' Bluegrass Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary Sept 19th - 21st

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Dale Ann BradleyThe 10th Annual Blazin' Bluegrass Music Festival is destined to be one of the best festivals of the region -- one that you won't want to miss. Offering a stellar lineup of award winning bluegrass artists is just the beginning. Other activities include: Kids Activities, Train, Inflatables, Huge Arts & Crafts Fair, Corn Hole Tournament, Veterans Ceremony, Chance to Win Door Prizes & all the Great Festival Foods.

This year, the festival continues with their outstanding lineup which includes Dale Ann Bradley with Steve Gulley Hosting the festival this year. Blue Highway, Paul Williams & Victory Trio, Moron Brothers, James King, Barbwire, Shadow Ridge, KY Mountain Trio, The Baker Family, Tad Paddle, and Mavis Hughes & Colonel Strings.

Admission is less than you would expect to pay for just one of these artists in concert. With the un-heard of admission prices of $20.00 for a 3 Day Pass & camping prices of only $35.00 for electric & water camp sites for all three days. Yes that's right - $35.00 gets you a camp site for three days at the beautiful Sandhill RV Camp nestled in the middle of the Daniel Boone National Park (Home of the Blazin Bluegrass Festival). $20.00 gets you a tent camp site for all three days. The park has 2 shower houses and a dump station on site.

Quality performances at an affordable price and all that jamming and camping in one lovely location is a hard bargain to beat. Early Bird Days start Monday Sept 16th when campers start rolling in thru Wednesday Sept 18th and include Pot Luck Dinners every night, Bluegrass & Bluegrass Gospel Jams on stage & around the camp fire and a Wednesday Night Service to dedicate the start of the Music Fest on Thursday Sept. 19th.

Get info on the bands, tickets, and more at Then hop on over to Sandhill 4H/RV Camp in Whitley City, KY for one heck of a great bluegrass festival.

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