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Friday – Sunday April 8 – 10, 2022

DoubleTree Dallas Hotel near the Galleria
4099 Valley View Lane, Dallas Texas 75244

artists scheduled to appear include

Appalachian Road Show (Friday) | The Special Consensus (Saturday)
Tennessee Bluegrass Band (Saturday) | Bobby Giles & Texas Gales (Fri & Sun)
Randy Collier & Grassland (Saturday) | Downtown String Band (Saturday)
East Mountain (Sat & Sun) | Riley Gilbreath & Lone Star Blue (Friday)

Make your hotel reservations today for our festival and jam weekend experience!  Check into the DoubleTree and stay all weekend!  Listen, jam, eat, and socialize with your old (and new) friends!

Bluegrass Heritage Festival tickets include all performances, workshops, and “jam with the band” experiences.  Your ticket also includes the Sunday morning GOSPEL SERVICE.  Click here to see an accurate view of the seating chart. 

Remember – even if you can’t get a ticket for the show, please plan to come stay at the hotel and join your bluegrass friends for jamming and fun!  And of course the Texas State Championship contests will be happening with no charge to attend!

Music is scheduled for 5-9:30p on Friday, 2-9p on Saturday, and 10:00-11:45a on Sunday morning.  We have several jam rooms so that festival attendees can jam all night long, and the DoubleTree has graciously agreed to let us jam in several areas around the hotel during the Festival! 

The Bluegrass Heritage Festival is about jamming!  We’ve made arrangements for “jam with the band” sessions where Festival attendees (wristband required) can participate in jam circles with some of the performing artists!  This is family-friendly fun you won’t want to miss!

Here’s the tentative schedule of artists scheduled to appear, activities, etc. (always subject to change):

[Schedule to be added soon]

Plan to arrive early on Friday for the Texas State Championships – banjo, mandolin, and guitar!  Watch for free or sign up and compete for cash prizes and a ticket to the National Championships in Winfield!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Our Host Hotel  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The DoubleTree Dallas Hotel near the Galleria has invitDoubletree Hotel Dallas near the Galleriaed us to fill the hotel with music and non-stop jamming!  Jamming rooms will be available and may be requested at check-in – so you can jam all night in your room!  The upper floors will be quiet floors for light sleepers.

DISCOUNTED ROOM RATES for the Championships and the Bluegrass Heritage Festival are now available at this link.  Our discounted rate is $94/night, which includes HOT BUFFET BREAKFAST FOR TWO each night.  The Foundation has partnered with the DoubleTree to make this weekend possible, and we need your help to make it workRooms booked through our links are the only ones that count toward our quota.  

You may also book by phone by calling (972) 385-9000 and asking for the BLUEGRASS rate.

Don’t miss the Sunday morning GOSPEL SING/SERVICE.

Bluegrass Heritage Festival Sponsors & Partners

Phil & Carolyn Elmore
Showtime Entertainment Transport – Mike & Renee Clark
The Voeller Law Firm
Julie & Mike Tucker
Doug & Sharon Hotalen, Supporters and Friends of the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation
Staff Force, Friend and Supporter of the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation
Liberty Chiropractic
Scott Owen, Supporter and Friend of the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation
James & Ruby Norton
Kim Roulias Realty
Robert & Trista Hough
The City of Farmers Branch Texas
Alan & Julie Tompkins, Supporters and Friends of the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  You Can Be A Sponsor  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Become A Sponsor of the Bluegrass Heritage FestivalOur events simply could not happen without support from our sponsors.  Ticket sales alone rarely cover the band and show costs.  If you’d like to help and get valuable exposure for your business, we’d love to have you!  Sponsorships begin at $500 for the festival and include two VIP Sponsor tickets, two nights at the DoubleTree during the festival, and sponsor recognition from the stage and in the program, and more.  Please e-mail us (use the Contact page) if you would like to help!  Thank you!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Frequently Asked Festival Questions  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

How Does Ticketing Work?  We’re using a new ticketing service,, so that you can select your own seats.  If you have difficulty, you can call their tech support line at 888-704-1309 and they will get back to you shortly.  If you are not satisfied, email us (use the Contact page).  We will take care of you.

Can I come and go at the Festival?  Of course. When you arrive at the hotel, check in with your ticket and get your wristband. The wristband will be your pass to get into the show and any/all workshops and “jam with the band” experiences. Parking is free, so come and go as you like.

Can kids come?  We always encourage young people to come and enjoy the music. Kids 15 and under will be admitted free for GENERAL ADMISSION seating with their parent or guardian.  All reserved seats are reserved for the ticket holder, so if you have reserved seats and want your kids to sit with you, they need reserved seat tickets as well. But your kids are welcome to sit with you in the general admission seating.

What about food and drinks?  The DoubleTree is a full-service hotel with an excellent restaurant and bar, and of course hotel guests may bring food into their rooms.  There are also dozens of restaurants within easy driving distance of the hotel.

Showroom Seating Policy.  Reserved seats are reserved for the reserved seat ticket holders at all times.  Your seat number will be shown on your reserved seat ticket, so please keep your reserved-seat festival ticket with you while you are in the showroom.  General admission seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.  General admission seats that are not occupied may be used by anyone with a wristband. 

A festival wristband is required for all seats.  Please keep your wristband with you and visible at all times.  Any personal items left in GA seats more than 15 minutes may be removed by staff or other patrons.  BHF is not responsible for lost or stolen personal items, including musical instruments.  Instruments will not be allowed in the showroom seating area because they may inconvenience other attendees seated in the area.

Is there something other than the Festival for my family to enjoy?  Absolutely!  If you have family members who want to do something other than bluegrass, let them enjoy one of the other area attractions.  There’s plenty to do around the hotel, including a visit to Galleria Dallas – only a few blocks away.  The Farmers Branch Historical Park is a couple of miles to the west of the hotel on Ford Road.  Other shopping malls include Grapevine Mills, a few miles west (near DFW Airport) and the Sam Moon center.  North Park Mall, with Neiman Marcus, is a few miles to the south. 

Attractions like the Farmers Branch Rose Garden, Dallas Zoo, John F. Kennedy Memorial, Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Frontiers of Flight Museum, Cavanaugh Flight Museum, George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Dallas World Aquarium, and Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens are all within easy driving distance of the hotel.

The Bluegrass Heritage Foundation is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers,
promoting bluegrass music in Texas. While it's free to get in the door to many of our events,
keeping the doors open isn't free. All contributions are greatly appreciated.

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