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Bluegrass at the Pines Festival Supports the Arts

Cathedral of the PinesIn support of the arts, the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, NH, today announced the “Bluegrass at the Pines” festival on Sunday, July 13, from Noon to 8:00pm. “It’s time for New Hampshire to enjoy summer bluegrass,” says Don Upton, Chairman of the sponsoring organization. The one-day event, which overlooks majestic Mt. Monadnock in southwest New Hampshire, features great bluegrass music by several New England bluegrass bands that are well-known in the region. This is one of the very few day-long bluegrass festivals scheduled in New Hampshire in 2014, according to several bluegrass-related websites.

The Cathedral is an open-air national memorial dedicated to the memory of all Americans who serve the Nation. In the search of peace, it is open to the public as a place of spiritual, cultural, and environmental appreciation. “As part of our expanding menu of activities, ‘Bluegrass at the Pines’ is a logical extension of our mission statement,” says Upton.

Four bluegrass groups will be providing great entertainment – Hot Mustard, Southeast Expressway, Bump Road Band, and the Moonlight Ramblers – and will feature the best of bluegrass on the grounds of the 200-acre outdoor Cathedral of the Pines. According to Tom Doane, program chairman, “Each of these groups is well-known in the region for their unique sound and we look forward to hosting them. This will be a great time for everyone who comes!”

Food will be available for purchase throughout the day. Tickets are $25 for adults (pre-sale) and $30 at the door. Tickets for children under 12 are $15. Children under six are free. Tickets may be ordered via email by email at VISA and MasterCard accepted.

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