Mountain View Bluegrass Festival – 2020
Celebrate the end of Winter and the start of Spring by heading to the 18th Annual Bluegrass Festival held indoors at the Ozark Folk Center auditorium in Mountain View, Arkansas. Mark your calendar now for March 11th, 12th and 13th. Did you know that Mountain View is the Folk Music Capital of the World?
Look who’s going to be there:
The Redmond Keisler Band • The Family Sowell • Seldom Scene • The Kody Norris Show • Apple & Setser • No Time Flat • The Gravel Yard Bluegrass Band • High Fidelity • Volume Five • Russell Moore & IIIrd Time Out
This three day festival begins Thursday evening, 6 pm, with an all Gospel concert. Friday and Saturday concerts begin at noon featuring traditional bluegrass. There will be an intermissions in the afternoon and a break for dinner with the evening concert ending around 9:30 pm.
Parking is really easy, just park in the Folk Center parking lot. Hop on the free shuttle bus which takes you to the auditorium entrance and will return you to your car when you’re ready to leave.Don’t worry about hunger pangs during the concert because there’s a concession stand in the auditorium for soft drinks, goodies & great hotdogs! Feeling like catfish, then head out to Jo Jo’s Catfish Wharf on the White River. For other tastes there are a number of restaurants in town. For lunch, Oliver’s Bistro.
Get your ticket and your favorite seat by going to: http://www.mountainview-bluegrass.com/contact-and-ticket-info-new/
For a Peaceful Stay on Sixty Nine Acres with Your Own Fishing Lake
The best place to stay in Mountain View is the luxurious Country Oaks Bed and Breakfast. Situated one mile from the Court Square on sixty nine private acres of gardens, pastures and woodlands with a six and a half acre lake. The private lake is very popular before breakfast and near sundown for catch and release fishing (for guests only).
For accommodations and more information click here: http://www.CountryOaksBB.com and book online or call Jerry or Carole at 870-269-2704.
The 2015 Arkansas Folk Festival in Mountain View is the 53rd annual return of a popular folk and bluegrass music tradition, here in Arkansas, one featuring not just tons of great folk and bluegrass music but also frontier life demonstrations, handmade crafts, dancing, window decorating, and even a parade! Mountain View’s Arkansas Folk Festival is great fun – there’s even a free shuttle from downtown Mountain View to the Folk Center!
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The annual Arkansas Folk Festival in Mountain View takes place the third weekend of every April, here in Stone County, AR and has been since 1963. A home-grown event based around the performance of home-grown music and yet it attracts thousands of people from all walks of life to this small mountain community.
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