Annual Bluegrass Music Festival to Feature New Performers
ONTARIO, Calif.– Organizers of the Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival, the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, has announced the entertainment line-up for 2015.
WHERE: Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario will be the site for this annual event
WHEN: June 12 -14, 2015
TICKETS: Tickets are on sale now and prices start at $49.00. Options to purchase VIP tickets, 3 day and single day passes or reservations for camping or RV sites and hotels are available online at www.huckfinn.com.
Each year the annual music festival attracts thousands of bluegrass and jamgrass fans to partake in a family friendly festival that celebrates traditional music, education, activities, and the evolution of bluegrass music.
Each year the festival continues to grow with this year’s event featuring the addition of The Spinney Brothers to Friday afternoon’s schedule. Their sophomore record for Mountain Fever became a #1 single and #1 CD on the Top 30 Charts.
Established in 1975 at the hands of a homegrown, Southern California family, the Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival is a three-day gathering of true bluegrass and jamgrass music lovers. It is a genuine embodiment of endless pickin’ parties, instrumental roots education, and bands performing to fans that believe in the core value that bluegrass is about more than just the music. It is a community- one that delivers the nostalgia of music-driven campgrounds, bare feet, laughter, dancing, instrument exploration, and the development of new friendships.
About the Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival
Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival, produced by the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, supports the cross-pollination and belief in the evolution of this music. This unique festival showcases an array of musicians spanning across local, regional, and national Grammy nominated and award-winning bands alike.
Huck Finn is dedicated in delivering exceptional headlining musicians as well as up and coming talent who will continue to fight for the deep-bedded roots of bluegrass while creating sounds for the future. Bluegrass tunes can largely be described as narratives on the everyday lives of the people whence the music came. The Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival is held annually on the second weekend of June. For more information visit www.huckfinn.com