BLOOMIN’ BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL and CHILI COOK-OFF
Friday & Saturday October 20-21 2017
Farmers Branch Historical Park
Farmers Branch, Texas
Eight Years Running – A Free Festival with No Ticket Required!
Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder
The Earls of Leicester | The Del McCoury Band
Balsam Range (both days) | Sister Sadie
Texas & Tennessee featuring Steve Huber and John R. Bowman (both days)
Molly Tuttle | Snyder Family Band | The Purple Hulls (Friday)
(Artists appearing on Saturday unless otherwise noted.)
The Omni Park West is full, but you can reserve your room at our overflow hotel,
the nearby Doubletree by Hilton, right now!
Download the Omni Jamming Map here for jam times/locations within Omni.
Here’s the tentative performance schedule (always subject to change):
The band schedule is available for smartphone at BHFBands.com.
This is an outdoor, rain-or-shine music festival in the beautiful Farmers Branch Historical Park.
Located only 15 minutes from D/FW Airport. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs!
The City of Farmers Branch has introduced the Early Entry Pass for Bloomin’ Bluegrass 2017. The pass gets you in 30 minutes earlier than regular gate time – 4p on Friday and 11a on Saturday – so you can get the best seats. Only $5 and only 400 available. Get yours now and bring it with you! Gates open to the public at 4:30 on Friday and 11:30a on Saturday.
HAVE A GREAT TIME JAMMING!
The park has shady areas and great old buildings perfect for jamming. Enjoy log cabins, a gazebo, a beautiful old church building, and a general store with a front porch! If you want to take a break from the music on stage, join your old (and new) friends in a jam! The jamming is one of the greatest parts of our festival. Please come join in!
FAMILY-FRIENDLY FUN WITH FREE PARKING!
Bring the kids! The Farmers Branch Historical Park has 27 acres of lush grass for burning off energy.
And everyone can enjoy the great old buildings, historical exhibits, and free rose garden tours!
This event brought to you by the City of Farmers Branch, Texas
and the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation.