It’s come to my attention that a site on Breezy Hill and a cabin in the Main Camp are available for this festival. If anyone is interested in either of these please contact our office for more details, as there … Continue reading
Well, it is May 1st, which means the May Festival is just around the corner! We still have a few advance-reservable sites available. Call the office for more details (717) 642-8749. If you can’t secure a reservation, not to worry … Continue reading
Once again, Dr. Banjo himself, Pete Wernick will bring his acclaimed Jam Camp to Gettysburg for three days of instruction, camraderie,and fun, Mon-Thurs preceding the festival. Pete’s Jam Camp at the Gettysburg Festival is typically a sell out so secure … Continue reading
A wonderful opportunity to play the Opry has presented itself to Mountain Heart. As a result, and with the cooperation of IIIrd Tyme Out, we have adjusted our Friday schedule to afford Mountain Heart the time necessary to travel back … Continue reading
Please be advised that PennDOT is currently performing repairs to the bridge on Route 116 over Marsh Creek 2.5 miles east of the festival. The road is reduced to a single lane with traffic signals resulting in minor delays (5 … Continue reading
Only one more day to take advantage of Advance Price! Save up to $15.00 per ticket by ordering by Friday August 10th. Advance tickets are available on-line, over the phone, or in person at Granite Hill Camping Resort. From August … Continue reading
Rich & Cyndie will keep you up to date on each festival through our new feature: Bluegrass TV! Check back often for updates, artist interviews, music videos and much more!
The brand new Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival website has launched along with the new festival branding! After 33 years, we decided it was time for a major face lift. For those of you who have signed up for our email blasts … Continue reading
We’re thrilled to have Rhonda Vincent & The Rage back on the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival stage at the 2011 May & August Festivals.
This year’s May Festival includes Rhonda Vincent. Here is a video of her stirring song “Heartbreaker’s Alibi”. She teamed up with Dolly Parton on this tune.