Written on May 9, 2011 – 4:02 am | by Jaxon Hallahan
One of the biggest music festivals in the region will return this year, showcasing four days of lively entertainment.
The Gettysburg Bluegrass Festivals, in its 62nd year, will engage guests with an array of activities, including musical performances on two stages, workshops, arts and crafts, food vendors and various jam sessions. Featured bluegrass artists will include Daily & Vincent, Steep Canyon Rangers and Darin & Brook Aldridge.
Camping accommodations will be available for attendees at Granite Hill for an additional fee, including more than 300 hook-up sites, 100 designated primitive sites as well as a large overflow area for dry camping. For camping reservations and prices call 717-642-8479.
For ticket information and a schedule of activities, visit .
IF YOU GO
WHEN: Times vary, Friday-Saturday
WHERE: Granite Hill Campground, 3340 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg
COST: Prices vary
INFO: or 800-642-8368
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