BLOOMIN’ BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
Friday & Saturday October 20-21 2023
Farmers Branch Historical Park
2540 Farmers Branch Lane, Farmers Branch Texas 75234
Artists scheduled to appear include:
Artists will appear on Saturday unless otherwise noted. The schedule is always subject to change.
Artists scheduled to appear on the Grassroots Stage include:
Bobby Giles & Texas Gales | Salt Creek
Gerald Jones & the Clone Mountain Boys
Jon Christopher Davis | Riley Gilbreath & Lone Star Blue
Kristyn Harris & Hailey Sandoz (Friday) | Justin Pickard (Friday)
E Flat Porch Band (Friday) | Harvest Moon Countrygrass
Children 12 and under get in free with a paid adult.
Get tickets for the raffle on Saturday night at the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation tent!
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, and a general store with a front porch! If you want to take a break from the show, join your old (and new) friends in a jam! The jamming is one of the best parts of our festival. Please 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!
So that everyone can have a clear view of the stage, only blankets and grass seating will be permitted in the area directly in front of the stage. Standard lawn chairs may be used behind the rope line that will designate the blanket and grass-seating area. Lawn chairs can be rented on-site during the Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival. The funds raised from chair rentals supports the Friends of the Farmers Branch Historical Park.
If you’re bringing your instruments and plan to jam, you can catch a golf cart ride from the ADA parking area at 12300 Ford Road to ease the load. The cart will take you right up to the Festival entrance. Park policy is that no items may be left in the park overnight.
This event brought to you by the City of Farmers Branch, Texas
and the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation.