The Gibbonsville camp-out and jam is ON for Sept 11,12 and 13 2020. Potluck sat evening and sunday morning. Come join in the pickin’ and grinnin’ for the last bluegrass campout of the summer… Mike
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Due to circumstances beyond our control, Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival 2020 has been CANCELED. See Facebook page for further details and information about purchasing T-shirts. https://www.facebook.com/hardtimesbluegrass
The following poster from the CDC offers good recommendations for anyone attending a bluegrass event this summer. Stay safe and healthy!
The 2020 Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival has OFFICIALLY been cleared for take-off on July 24th, 25th, and 26th in our NEW LOCATION, 1 point 2 miles up Forest Hill Rd. We will have extra sound speakers so folks can sit apart, and plenty of hand sanitizer stations for folks to keep their hands germ free.
This year will be awesome bands in a beautiful new location with lots of trees for plenty of shade and more level ground. Go to www,hardtimesbluegrass.com for the list of bands or more info about the festival. I believe we’ll have more bunches of FUN than you could shake a stick at. Sorry we still don’t offer pre tickets of reserved camping spots so we’ll see you at the gate. Janice, Mike and Tari
Come join us May 12th, 13th 14th (THE DATE IN NEWSLETTER WAS INCORRECT) for our annual Bluegrass Campout. Free camping, biking, 4 wheeling, swimming (for the brave), camp fires, hiking, pot-lucks at 6pm, lots of jamming and visiting with friendly folks. We’ll have heated wall tents for late night jamming and pop-ups for shade and rain protection.
Directions– go aprox 4 1/2 miles south of Darby—-turn right up the West Fork Highway—– go around left side of Painted Rocks Lake——just past 29 mile marker turn left up Hughes Creek…. go aprox 1 mile and turn right on Thunder Mtn Road.. We are on the left…. All Bluegrass Lovers Welcome… Mike and Tari
Hi.. Things are still up in the air about our Memorial Weekend Campout. Tari and I will be there but we’ll just have to wait to see what the government gathering restrictions will be then… Keep your fingers crossed… Mike and Tari
Dear MRBA Members,
I’m writing to apologize for the spam that came through from the MRBA website today. The problem with the spammer has been resolved and you should not be receiving any more of these. Hopefully everyone is keeping safe during the pandemic and keeping your wits about you with some bluegrass music.
Your trusty webmaster,
The April 18th MRBA Bluegrass Festival has been RESCHEDULED for Sept 26th… Spread the word.. Mike