The South Florida Bluegrass Association is having its free bluegrass festival and acoustic jam on the first Sunday of the month at Greynolds Park, 18501 NE 22nd Ave., North Miami Beach.
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After livestreaming in the past, the event will be back in person, from 2-5 p.m.
The Jan. 3 the lineup includes Springtime Jubilee at 1 p.m. and three other bands every hour until 4 p.m. The other three bands are TBA. Click here for updates.
Musicians in attendance at the monthly jams are encouraged to bring their acoustic instruments and take the stage for a post-performance jam session.
While the music is free, park admission is $7 per car. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Food and drink will be available for purchase, but y ou can also bring a cooler with your own refreshments.
The bluegrass association sponsors regular performances and jams throughout South Florida, which are listed on the calendar of events. It has been presenting national and regional acts through its events since 1973. Artists from the bluegrass world as well as the Grand Ole Opry have graced the stage at its festivals. The association also hosts musical workshops for beginner and advanced musicians.