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Bluegrass and Blues in the 'Burgh

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Bluegrass and Blues in the 'Burgh

Time: April 20, 2012 at 5pm to April 22, 2012 at 12pm
Location: Angel Mounds State Historic Site
Street: 8215 Pollack Ave.
City/Town: Evansville, IN
Website or Map: http://www.bluegrassandbluesi…
Event Type: music, and, earth, day, festival
Organized By: Big Ninja Family Productions
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2012

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Event Description

Lamasco Bar and Grill and Big Ninja Family Productions present "Bluegrass and Blues in the 'Burgh".

In honor of Earth Day and Angel Mounds State Historic Site, part of the proceeds for this event go to "Friends of Angel Mounds". This event includes two days of national, regional, and local live music, worthy Evansville area non profits, FREE camping, a special family camping area, Saturday morning brunch provided by Lamasco Bar and Grill, food and art vendors, amazing artists and life size art installations; and, a special children's zone just for the kids. ALL included in the price of your ticket! Children 12 and under are free! The Saturday Morning Brunch at 10 am will be accompanied by some beautiful bluegrass music.

BEER will be provided by Lamasco Bar and Grill.
Other vendors include:
Food~
Vecchio's Italian Market
Cafe Arazu

Artists~
Erin Hochgesang - Body Painting and watercolors
Henna Obsessed ~Henna
Tia Martin~ Art, jewelry and handbags
Wade Miller~Handmade carved boxes and paintings

Art and Art Installations Installations by:
Bob Zasadny
Art Council Of Doom Members:
Melissa Erwin
Gary Logan Hobdy

Non profits:

Urban Seeds

Valley Watch


Tickets are on sale online at www.bluegrassandbluesintheburgh.com
Ticket prices are $60.00 for adults and $40.00 for students. (Students MUST BE prepared to show their ID with discounted tickets or prepare to pay the $20.00 difference.) Saturday arrival tickets are $30.00 for adults and $20.00 for students (Same rules apply for Saturday students tickets as well)

We will also be offering a LIMITED 20 VIP tickets for $150 for the weekend, that will include admittance to the musicians hospitality tent, where food and beverages will catered by Lamasco Bar and Grill. VIP ticketing will also include backstage passes, a full weekend pass to the venue, and access to the musicians hospitality tent for the weekend!

There will be a BBQ competition on Saturday April 21. This will be be for AMATEURS only! We will have a location for you to set up your grills, bring your best BBQ recipe, along with enough of your recipe for the crowd to sample. There is NO ENTRY FEE, but you must provide enough samples of what you are preparing for the crowd to judge. So make sure you are prepared! Prizes for the winners will be announced shortly!

We are still accepting applications for art vendors, green business vendors, and non profits. Non profits will not pay a fee for booth rental.

Friday Lineup and Music Schedule


6:00 pm - Boscoe France Band

7:30 pm - Rumpke Mountain Boys

9:30 pm - Biscuit Miller and The Mix

12:00 am - Late Night Fireside Jam with New Old Cavalry

Saturday Lineup and music schedule


10:00 am Saturday Morning Brunch with Pocket City Pushers

11:30 am - The Amazing Soul Crackers

2:00 pm - Flatland Harmony Experiment

4:30 pm - Delta Saints

7:00 pm - The Giving Tree Band

9:30 pm - Split Lip Rayfield

12:00 am - Late Night Fireside Jam with Front Porch Revival

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