Bluegrass Festival Poster 2018

Join us Sunday, August 19 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm for our Strasburg Bluegrass Festival! The featured bands this year are Dillweed and Colebrook Road. This free bluegrass concert is sure to get your hands a clappin’ and your toes a tappin’ and provide an afternoon filled with fun and fellowship for the whole family! Bring your family, friends, neighbors, or even your entire neighborhood- this is one concert you won’t want to miss! Please be sure to bring a chair or blanket to sit on and note that this event will be held rain (indoors) or shine (outdoors). 

Dillweed is a local bluegrass band who loves to play old time and traditional bluegrass music laced with a bit of folk and fun! Comprised of band members Eric Weit, Kimberly Reddinger Weit, and Boney Fingers and friends. Dillweed will be opening our Strasburg Bluegrass Festival at 2:00 pm. 

Award winning bluegrass band Colebrook Road will be headlining this event at 3:00 pm. This five piece ensemble is comprised of  lead singer, guitar player, and songwriter Jesse Eisenbise, mandolinist and winner of the 2014 Watermelon Park Fest mandolin contest Wade Yankey, upright bassist and tenor vocalist Jeff Campbell, banjoist, bass vocalist, dobro player, and winner of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival banjo contest Mark Rast, and fiddler, baritone vocalist, and winner of the 2015 Deer Creek Fiddler’s Convention bluegrass fiddle contest Joe McAnulty. Widely popular throughout the Mid Atlantic region, Colebrook Road is known for writing intricate and dynamic arrangements filled with both vocal and instrumental harmony that creates an interestingly modern, complex, and varied sound while still adhering to the larger bluegrass genre.  Colebrook Road is a standout string band. In addition to award-winning members from an array of backgrounds, the songs performed are almost exclusively original compositions with varying themes.

We hope to see you at the Strasburg Bluegrass Festival, Sunday, August 19, starting at 2:00 pm!

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