This year’s edition of the Temecula Valley Bluegrass Festival takes place on the 27th, 28th, and 29th of April and takes place at Tucalota Creek Ranch, more specifically at 39560 E Benton Rd, Temecula. Considered one of the best Bluegrass Festivals on the West Coast, the Temecula Valley Bluegrass Fest offers numerous concerts and jam sessions and exceptional bluegrass bands from all over the country are invited. Additionally, during the tree festival days, we will also find workshops, craft vendors, Wild West shows, and great food and beverages.
During the three festival days, we will be able to listen to a large number of amazing singers that will perform on two stages: the main stage and a single mic stage. On the first day of the festival the main stage will be taken by Drought Tolerant, Sligo Rags, The Bluegrass Ghosts, Wild Oats, and Damascus Road, and on the single mic stage, we will see John Rankin and Will Champlin. On the second day, on the main stage, we will have Desperado, Chris Cerna & Bluegrass Republic, Grasslands, Gone Tomorrow, Prairie Sky, Damascus Road, MohaviSoul, Salty Suits, and Jeff Scroggins and Colorado, while on the single mic stage we will have Keenwild, Isaiah Olsen, Dulaney & Co., Joe Gillaspie, Lady Rogo, Chi McClean, and Will Champlin. And finally, on the third day of the festival, the main stage will be taken by Sweet Tidings Gospel Band, Bluegrass Brethren Gospel Band, and Sweet Tidings Gospel Jam.
Awesome Concerts at This Year's Bluegrass Festival
Good music, as we all know, is more enjoyable when paired with delicious food and refreshing drinks and the Temecula Valley Bluegrass Festival organizers will provide exactly that. During the three days of fun, we will quench our thirst with beverages from Tower Garden by Juice Plus, and satisfy our hunger with delicious food from Mad Mike’s American Gourmet, Nana’s Tamales & More, and The Cali Food Truck.
Additionally, there will also be other vendors like Farm Fresh to You, Mike Carbone's Horse Shoe Art & Leather Horse Gear, Mama Pat's & Woody's Farms, and Sassy Mama's Mustard, and even something for the more spiritual of us, namely Seven Mystic Rings, who offer something called akashic records readings. Another important aspect when it comes to the Temecula Valley Bluegrass Festival is represented by the tickets and accommodation. In order to park your RV, you will have to pay 180$, for a dry RV site, or 280$, for a hookup RV site, or you can camp your tent for a small amount of money.
On the 27th, the Tucalota Creek Ranch will open its gates at 1:00 PM and the ticket for this day will cost 20$, on the 28th the gates will open at 10:00 AM and the ticket will cost 30$, and on the 29th, the gates will open at 9:00 AM and the ticket will cost only 15$.
If you want to buy a single ticket to encompass all three days of the festival, the three-day pass will cost you 60$. Don’t forget that this event is child-friendly, and all children that are 12 and under will have free admission and that all the profits from the tickets will be donated to local schools for music programs.
Another observation mentioned on the festival’s website, which we also think is pretty important if you want to have a good time and avoid any unpleasant situations, is the fact that you are not allowed to bring your own beverages, as you will find anything available for purchase on the festival grounds. Furthermore, you are not allowed to open fires in the camping area and you are allowed to bring your dogs as long as you keep them on a leash.
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If you wish to travel in style to the Temecula Valley Bluegrass Festival, the Aall in Limo & Party Bus team offer you great transport options that consist of three different types of limousines. Call us today at 858-336-1894 and book your limo!