Ontario, CA -- Huck Finn Jubilee, California’s jam and bluegrass festival, will feature three days of music this Father’s Day weekend, showcasing some of the top names in the industry including The String Cheese Incident, The Del McCoury Band, Rhonda Vincent, Sam Bush, The Gibson Brothers and the legendary Dr. Ralph Stanley, who will make his final West Coast performance at Huck Finn as a part of his farewell tour.
A jammer’s campground, water playground, fishing, raft-building, living history displays and more make Huck Finn one of the best and biggest bluegrass festivals of its kind on the West Coast. RV and tent camping are available, as well as discounted hotel packages that include lodging and admission tickets. Order early online at www.huckfinn.com or call 888-718-4253.
It all takes place June 13-14 at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario.
The String Cheese Incident is a popular independent band that brings a mix of bluegrass, Latin fusion and psychedelic sounds to its highly attended performances. It joins traditional bluegrass headliners such as Dr. Ralph Stanley, The Del McCoury Band, Sam Bush, Rhonda Vincent, Dailey & Vincent and Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice. Other performers announced for this year’s festival include Keller Williams and The Travelin’ McCourys, who often perform at events together throughout the year.
Award-winning performers this Father’s Day Weekend include The String Cheese Incident, Dr. Ralph Stanley, The Del McCoury Band and Rhonda Vincent in Ontario, California
It was the touching history and tradition of Huck Finn Jubilee and its commitment to expanding bluegrass into new audiences in California that persuaded SCI to perform at this year’s event.
“Bluegrass has a way of inspiring imagination,” said band member Michael Kang. “It inspired a California family 37 years ago to dedicate their lives to putting on this annual event. It inspired us as a band to push the progressive limits of the traditional elements of the music, and we hope to continue the tradition this June by inspiring new audiences to love bluegrass and to grow from it as much as we do.”