2021 Festival Schedule

 Go to the 2020 Lineup page to find out more about our great lineup.

IN THE PAVILION     

Wednesday is free to the public! Admissiion is required and armbands must be worn Thursday - Sunday.

Wednesday, August 25 - 3:30 - 5:30 PM - Kevin Wright (Country) 

Wednesday, August 25 - 6:00 - 9:00 PM - The Mark Peterson Country Band 

Thursday, August 26 - 12:00 - 2:30 PM - Eric's Old Time Dance Band

Thursday, August 26 - 3:00 - 5:00 PM - Kevin Wright (Country)

ON THE MAIN STAGE     

Thursday, August 26

Time Band
5:00 PM Tim & Cindy and Friends
5:30 PM The Sons of Wisconsin
6:15 PM Shaffers Lost 40
7:00 PM Blue Groove Bluegrass
7:45 PM Firebox Bluegrass Band
8:35 PM Shaffers Lost 40
9:25 PM Blue Groove Bluegrass
10:15 PM Firebox Bluegrass Band
11:00 PM Show Concludes

Friday, August 27

Time Band
11:00 AM Blue Groove Bluegrass Band
11:45 AM Shaffers Lost 40

12:30 PM

Firebox Bluegrass Band
1:20 PM Sons of Wisconsin
2:00 PM BREAK
2:30 PM Philip Steinmetz and His Sunny Tennesseans 
3:20 PM High Fidelity
4:10 PM Fast Track
5:00 PM SUPPER BREAK
6:00 PM Philip Steinmetz and His Sunny Tennesseans 
6:50 Blue Groove Bluegrass
7:30 Firebox Bluegrass Band
8:20 PM High Fidelity
9:10 PM Fast Track
10:00 PM Appalachian Road Show
11:30 PM Show Concludes

Saturday, August 28

Time Band
11:00 AM   Sarah Mae and the Birkeland Boys
11:40 AM The Punches

12:20 PM

That Dalton Gang
1:00 PM High Plains Tradition
1:45 PM BREAK
2:00 PM Sarah Mae and the Birkeland Boys
2:50 PM High Fidelity
3:40 PM The Farm Hands
4:30 PM

Dale Gruber and Friends

4:45 PM Salute to Service Members and Veterans
5:00 PM SUPPER BREAK
6:00 PM The Punches
6:45 PM That Dalton Gang
7:30 PM

Appalachian Road Show

9:00 PM High Plains Tradition
9:50 PM The Farm Hands
10:40 PM High Fidelity
11:30 PM Show Concludes

Sunday, August 29

Time Band
10:00 AM Sarah Mae and the Birkeland Boys

10:45 AM

The Punches
11:30 AM That Dalton Gang
12:15 PM High Plains Tradition
1:00 PM Sarah Mae and the Birkeland Boys
1:45 PM The Punches
2:30 PM That Dalton Gang
3:15 PM High Plains Tradition
4:00 Show Concludes

WORKSHOPS

Workshops are help in the pavillion behind the food court. Please sign up for a seat at each session. You may still observe if you have not signed up.

Friday, August 27

Time Description Instructor Band
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Beginners Jam. Learn a New Song! Jam with your friends! Impress your neighbors! Liz and Jake  Ashworth Sons of Wisconsin
12:00 PM Songwriting Workshop Sarah Mae Birkeland  Sarah Mae and the Boys

1:00 PM

Harmony Workshop Band Fast Track
2:00 PM Bass Workshop Vickie Vaughn High Fidelity
3:00 PM Beginning Mandolin & Guitar Bill Shaffer & Lacie Philippi Shaffers Lost 40
4:00 PM Band Worskhop with Q&A Band Appalachian Road Show

Saturday, August 28

Time Description Instructor Band
10:00 AM Old Timey Banjo Workshop Philip Stenmetz Philip Steinmetz
11:00 AM Anyone Can Sing Harmony! Band High Plains Tradition
12:00 PM Duet Singing Jeremy and Corrina High Fidelity

1:00 PM

Mandolin Workshop Bruce Punches The Punches
2:00 PM Dobro Workshop Tim Graves The Farm Hands
3:00 PM Fiddle Workshop Jim Van Cleve Appalachian Road Show
4:00 PM Mandolin Workshop Derek Birkeland Sarah Mae and the Boys

We've Moved!

Come see us at our beautiful new festival site, less than 1 mile up the road from our previous location (see map).

 

 

Email: info@lakesbluegrassfestival.com

Phone: 844-620-GRAS (4727)

 

AUGUST 25-29, 2021
WED: 3:30 PM - 9 PM Country Music and Dance in the Pavilion (FREE TO PUBLIC!)

THUR: 12 - 5 PM Thu - Old Time Dance followed by Country Music in the Pavilion

THUR: 5 PM- 11 PM Main Stage

FRI & SAT: 11 AM- 11 PM Main Stage, 

Workshops 10a - 5p

SUN: 10 AM - 4 PM Sun Main Stage

 

Mark your calendars for the future Lakes Bluegrass Festival Dates. (It's aways the  weekend BEFORE Labor Day weekend)

  2021 August 25 - 29
  2022 August 24 - 28
  2023 August 23 - 27
  2024 August 21 - 25
  2025 August 20 - 23

This activity is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Five Wings Arts  Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.e

The Lakes Bluegrass Festival is funded in part by Sourcewell.

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