Wayside Bluegrass Festival, 3 days of Music Festival in Stuart, VA
Making the Hills Ring Bluegrass Style July 18 – 21, 2018 at Wayside Park Bluegrass Festival in Stuart, VA
Give the gift of good old family fun at Wayside Bluegrass Festival! Tickets are perfect stocking stuffers, get them now.
Make your summer plans to include Wayside Bluegrass Festival located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Patrick County, Virginia. Wayside Park is a little in the country of Stuart, Virginia, but just about an hour from Winston Salem, NC, Roanoke, VA, Danville, VA, Galax, VA and only 45 minutes from Mt. Airy, NC. It’s a great day trip or plan to spend just a little time with us and visit Patrick County.
Our award winning bluegrass line-up for 2018 Wayside Bluegrass Festival features Bull Harmon & Bull’s Eye, Mickey Galyean and Cullen’s Bride, The Bluegrass Brothers, Deer Creek Boys, Big Country Bluegrass, The Lonesome River Band, and Jeff Brown & Still Lonesome. For our complete 2018 line up for Wayside Bluegrass Festival see Who’s Playin’, schedule is subject to change without notice.
Get your early bird discount, get your tickets online now! You can also just give Patty Hazelwood a call at 276-692-4919. Come for the day or the full 4 day bluegrass festival. We have RV and Rough on-site camping, it’s best to make reservations, so we have everything set up for you.
Wayside Bluegrass Festival is a great way to spend 4 days with family and friends. Don’t forget to pack your favorite guitar, banjo, fiddle or even spoons… lots of pickin’ going on at Wayside Park in Stuart, Virginia. You’ll meet people from all over the world who attend our bluegrass festival. Wayside Park has a wonderful view, a natural amphitheater, lots of trees, not a bad seat in the house. Join us for foot stompin’ bluegrass music that is the heart of our hills, July 18 – 21, 2018.
Patrick County has neat little places to shop in Stuart and Meadows of Dan, breathtaking views, hiking trails, river adventures, great food, and award winning wineries. It’s just a little piece of heaven off the Blue Ridge Parkway.