Calling all bluegrass fans! On Valentine’s Day, Grey Fox gave us a gift — its preliminary lineup for the 2020 festival.
From July 15 – 19, fans from 30+ states and a dozen countries across the globe will meet on the Walsh Farm in Oak Hill, NY — a hamlet in the Catskills — to enjoy this much anticipated, family-friendly event.
Kicking off the lineup this year is Jerry Douglas — GRAMMY, CMA, and IBMA award winning artist, most notably known for his resonator and lap steel guitar skills. For three days (July 16-18) Douglas will perform alongside his own ensemble and various bluegrass icons.
Other artists who will grace the stage this summer include The Del McCoury Band, The Infamous Stringdusters, Railroad Earth, Yonder Mountain String Band, Cape Breton favorites Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy, 2020 Grammy winner for best bluegrass album Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, and many more. The excitement doesn’t end here, though — additional headliners will be announced in the near future.
On top of the five-star lineup, entertainment can be found through road stories told by traditional bluegrass bands or by attending a gospel show on Sunday morning. Whether artists are performing on main stages, delivering intimate workshops, or moving listeners to get up and dance, Grey Fox is an experience not-to-be-missed for every generation.
Tickets for this much-loved event are on sale now; for performance dates, artist links and more festival information, visit www.GreyFoxBluegrass.com or call 888.946.8495 or 315.404.5738.
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