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Bluegrass Returns to Blythe January 18 - 20, 2013

The Gibson BrothersThe Colorado River Fairgrounds in Blyth, California will once again be the scene of the Blythe Bluegrass Music Festival. The Annual Blythe Bluegrass Music Festival has been part of the excitement of the Palo Verde Valley for over a quarter of a century. It all started with volunteer organizers, and today that tradition still exists. There will be plenty of top name bluegrass talent again this year so you will want to start making your plans now. Don't miss the Gibson Brothers - They'll be there! They recently won the 23rd Annual International IBMA Entertainer of the year award.

The talent lineup, so far, includes the award winning The Gibson Brothers, Monroe Crossing, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, Pearce Family Bluegrass Band, Chris Stuart & Backcountry, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Silverado, The Burnett Family, Bost Family Traditions, Jeff Scroggins & Colorado, Bill Evans, and New Generation.

There is always plenty of jamming and more. Every year the patrons enjoy the many attractions that the Festival Provides. Attractions at the festival are sure to entertain and delight tens of thousands of fans. You can bring your RV and stay at the Fairgrounds or nearby RV Resorts or, you are always welcome stay at one of Blythe's 1000+ motel rooms. More than 13,500 folks attended the 3-day event last year, with many folks arriving the Monday before the weekend for jam sessions around the campgrounds every night throughout the week.

Blythe's Bluegrass event is typically the first major Bluegrass Festival of the season and one of the biggest Bluegrass events in the U.S.A. Get ready for two huge stages, jam-packed with musicians, all day long for 3 full days. BlueGrassers also enjoy the contests, quilt show, food, and merchandise booths.

Things are ramping up so get your reservations now. Visit http://BlytheBluegrass.com/ for tickets, reservations and more information.

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