The Steep Canyon Rangers will headline this years DC Bluegrass Festival.
Bluegrass fans, you are going to want to get your tickets to this weekends DC Bluegrass Festival. That’s if you have not done so already. In addition to a great line-up, there will be jam seesions, workshops, and the Mid-Atlantic Bluegrass Competition.
Here are the details:
Date: March 10 & 11, 2017 | Location: Sheraton Tysons Hotel (Indoors), Tysons Corner, VA | Tickets: $45.00-$368.45
Friday, March 10 Schedule: 4:30 pm – The Mid-Atlantic Bluegrass Band Competition, 6:00 pm – Charm City Junction, 7:10 pm – Flatt Lonesome, 8:35 pm – Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, 10:00 pm – Love Canon
Saturday, March 11 Schedule: 11:30 am – Mid-Atlantic Bluegrass Band Contest Winner, 12:30 pm – By & By, 1:30 pm – Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, 2:30 pm – Flatt Lonesome, 3:25 pm – Pam Gadd, winner of the 2017 Hazel Dickens Song Contest, 3:40 pm – Band of Ruhks
4:40 pm – By & By, 5:40 pm – Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, 6:30 pm – Dinner break, 7:30 pm – Flatt Lonesome, 8:30 pm – Band of Ruhks, 9:25 pm – Washington Monument Award Presentation, 9:45 pm – Steep Canyon Rangers
Saturday, March 11 Workshop Schedule: 1:30-2:15pm – Vocals with Flatt Lonesome, 2:30-3:15pm – Banjo with Graham Sharp (Steep Canyon Rangers), John Meyer (Band of Ruhks), Joe Zauner (Liberty Pike), and Steve Grossman (By & By), 3:30-4:15pm – Fiddle with Nicky Sanders (Steep Canyon Rangers) and Wally Hughes (Liberty Pike), 4:30-5:15pm – Mandolin with Mike Guggino (Steep Canyon Rangers), Don Rigsby (Band of Ruhks), and Lisa Kay Howard-Hughes (Liberty Pike), 5:30-6:15pm – Songwriting with Kelsi Harrigill (Flatt Lonesome), Valerie Smith, and David Morris and Dawn Kenney (award-winning co-authors of Turn and Burn and other chart-topping bluegrass songs)