User Login    
 + Register
News : Bluegrass Festival To Be Held At Chillicothe
Posted by Randy on 2014/3/10 9:27:56 (323 reads) News by the same author

The Chillicothe Area Arts Council is making plans for the 2nd Annual Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival in June at the Litton Agri Campus northwest of Chillicothe.

Click to see original Image in a new window

Six bluegrass bands are scheduled to be featured—the Boxcars, Lowell Appling and Rural Roots, Hootin Annies, Lonesome Road bluegrass band, Possum Trot band, and The Treblemakers.

Although the main events are June 14th, the gates open Friday, June 13th, for campers and persons wishing to jam or listen to those jamming. There's no charge to listen to the music on June 13th—although there'll be a camping fee.

Admission for the entire day on June 14th is $15 for adults, and $5 for students kindergarten through 12th grade. Children 5 and younger will be admitted free. The tickets are not included in the Art Council's regular season.

Camping will be available for what the Chillicothe Area Arts Council calls a small charge. It's on a 1st come, 1st served basis with some electric camp sites available. Both day camping, and tent camping are to be available.

The main bluegrass event begins Saturday, June 14th with the Sliced Bread “open jam” from 11 o'clock until 12:30. Then, there's a bluegrass bands show from 1 until 10 o'clock.

Chairs will be available. Persons also may take their own lawn chair if they wish. Lawn chairs may not be over 36 inches high.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2015/8/3 4:25:25 - Company Asks Missouri To Rethink Grain Belt Express Power Line
2015/8/3 4:21:56 - Country Showdown Winner From Kansas City
2015/8/3 4:16:51 - More Drownings This Year in Missouri Than All Of Last Year
2015/8/3 4:05:12 - Woman Sues Credit Reporting Firms For Declaring Her Dead
2015/8/2 9:59:36 - Trenton Firefighter Dies In Accident
2015/7/31 6:50:00 - Chillicothe To Receive New 79 Room Hotel
2015/7/31 6:40:00 - Rabbit, Poultry And Dairy Show Results From NCM Fair
2015/7/31 4:53:31 - Wheat Yields Good In MU Variety Tests
2015/7/31 4:48:25 - Carthage Couple To Stand Trial In Abuse Of 1-Month-Old Baby
2015/7/31 4:39:49 - Feds: Man's Own Security System Caught Him Dealing Drugs
2015/7/31 4:35:24 - Woman Rushes To Ailing Mom's Side, Leaves 4 Young Children Home Alone
2015/7/31 4:26:49 - Harrison County Man Arrested For Abuse After Child Found On Highway
2015/7/31 4:21:54 - "Exorcism" At Public Park Caught On Camera
2015/7/31 4:18:14 - Woman Accused Of Getting 13-Year-Old Drunk, Raping Him
2015/7/31 4:09:51 - Country Showdown Begins At 7:30 Tonight At NCM Fair
2015/7/31 4:03:01 - Livingston County Sheriff Hires New Deputy
2015/7/31 3:59:24 - Chillicothe Police Department Blotter
2015/7/31 3:57:05 - Chillicothe Police Department To Hold Softball Event
2015/7/30 14:21:48 - Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Missing Princeton Girl
2015/7/30 7:54:33 - Circuit Court In Trenton Sees A Variety Of Cases
2015/7/30 6:46:10 - Northwest Missouri Man Injured In Tuesday Night Accident
2015/7/30 6:40:44 - Two Trenton Residents Injured In Schuyler County Accident
2015/7/30 6:30:00 - Trenton Man Charged With Domestic Assault
2015/7/30 6:26:05 - Iowa Man Injured In Accident South Of Eagleville
2015/7/30 5:58:21 - Swine And Goat Show Results From North Central Missouri Fair
2015/7/30 4:29:28 - Facebook Scam Preyed On Grieving "Angel Mom"
2015/7/30 4:22:43 - Police: Inmate Assaults Missouri Corrections Officers In Escape Attempt
2015/7/30 4:17:44 - Effort Starts To Fight Kansas City's New Minimum Wage Law
2015/7/30 4:12:22 - J. C. Penney Employee: Boss Confronted Her Over Shorts She Bought At Same Store
2015/7/30 4:10:00 - Mother Charged After Toddler Found Unresponsive In Home Filled With Dead And Dying Animals



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Listen to KTTN-FM