The South Florida Bluegrass Association is hosting the 43rd Annual Everglades Bluegrass Festival from March 19-21 at Greynolds Park in North Miami Beach.
Admission is $5 for Friday only, $15 for Saturday only, $10 for Sunday only, or $25 for all three days. Kids age 17 and younger enter for free with a paying adult.
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Performers will include: Willie Wells & Blue Ridge Mountain Grass, Florida State Bluegrass Band, Alligator Alley, Bear Hill Bluegrass, Cliff & Friends, the Freightliners, Greener Grass, Jacksonian Music Factory, Jamie and the Last Happies, Justin Mason & Blue Night, Oldtime Jammers, Palms Bluegrass, Remedy Tree, Low Ground, Sand Creek Bluegrass, Sandy Back Porch, Stringtime Jubilee, Williamson Family Gospel Band and The Wondering Hours.
Festival hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Here's the schedule:
- 6 pm: Bear Hill
- 7 pm: Sand Creek Bluegrass
- 8 pm: Alligator Alley
- 9 pm: Greener Grass
- Noon: Oldtime Jammers
- 1 pm: Palms Bluegrass
- 2 pm: Justin Mason & Blue Night
- 3 pm: Freightliners
- 4 pm: Sandy Back Porch
- 5 pm: Jamie and the Last Hippies
- 6 pm: Cliff and Friends
- 7 pm: Low Ground
- 8 pm: Florida State Bluegrass Band
- 9 pm: Willie Wells & Blueridge Mountain Grass
- 11 am: Williamson Family Gospel Band
- Noon: Stringtime Jubilee
- 1 pm: The Wondering Hours
- 2 pm: Jacksonion Music Factory
- 3 pm: Remedy Tree
Parking is $7 per car on Saturdays and Sundays. There will also be RV parking and tent camping. You can buy tickets in advance here or at the door.
Masks are required for entry, and the audience will sit in socially distanced pods six feet apart. Hand sanitizer and masks will be available.
Greynolds Park is located at 17530 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach. For more information, email email@example.com or call 305-358-1800.
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