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Everglades Bluegrass Festival at Greynolds Park

The South Florida Bluegrass Association is hosting the 43rd Annual Everglades Bluegrass Festival from Jan. 26-28, 2024 at Greynolds Park in North Miami Beach.

Admission is $11 for Friday only or Sunday only and $25 on Saturday, discount applied when purchased on Eventbrite. Kids age 17 and younger enter for free with a paying adult.

Friday Jan. 26

6pm Suzuki Jamboree [kids' school]

7pm Alligator Alley

8pm Folk Weasels & Friends

9pm Gypsy Strings Revival

Saturday Jan. 27

10:30am Springtime Jubilee

11:30am Pine Island Express

12:30pm Palms Bluegrass

1:30pm Jacksonian Music Factory

2:30pm Lil Rev & Friends

3:30 pm Cliff & Friends

4:30pm Deano Graham & Grass Wagon Revival

5:30pm Low Ground

6:30pm Justin Mason & Blue Night

7:30pm Cutter & Cash & The Kentucky Grass

9:00pm Special Consensus

Sunday Jan. 28

11am Gospel Show (all are welcome to jam)

Noon Carriage Hill Drifters

1pm Sandy Back Porch

2pm Matthew Sabatella & The Rambling String Band

3pm Possum Crossing

4pm Blue Embers Bluegrass Boys

5pm Pirates Of the Four Winds


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Festival hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. 

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.

Greynolds Park is located at 17530 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach. For more information, email or call 305-358-1800.

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