Clinch River Mandolin Festival & Competition

Clinch River Mandolin Festival Logo Grasstowne Featuring Alan Bibey The Scenic Clinch River Clinch River Mandolin Festival Banner
Venue
A. R. Matthews Park, St. Paul
Address
16622 East Riverside Drive
St. Paul, VA 24283
Region Heart Of Appalachia
Locality Wise
Date(s)/Time:
Saturday, September 27, 2014 (10:00 AM-10:00 PM)
Co-Coordinator's Cell: (276) 393-6599
Information/Registration clinchrivermandolinfestival.com
Online Registration

This event is brought to you by the folks who present the famed Clinch River Days Festival – the Town of St. Paul and the St. Paul Tomorrow organization so you know you’re in for a spectacular time!

Sit back, relax and enjoy the sweet sounds of the Mandolin. Whether you join the jam, take a lesson, enter the Competition or enjoy the foot-stomping, award-winning performance of Grammy nominated Grasstowne, come celebrate a full day of musical fun in the mountains on the banks of the scenic Clinch River. 

Stringed instrument workshops for beginners-intermediate-advanced players, Shaped Note Singing and jams throughout the day in addition to the Competition – judged by famed Alan Bibey. After the judging, the Grasstowne Concert begins! 

Food/craft vendors will be on site and a Wine & Beer Garden for adults from 2-10 pm.  Kids, the park has been completely renovated with a great playground and the Clinch River Skateboard Park is open.

Registration for the competition/workshops begins at 10am. Plan to spend the entire day enjoying world-class pickin’ and grinnin’ at the Clinch River Mandolin Festival. This is a rain or shine, family-friendly event for all ages! For activity/registration details and complete event schedule, visit the website at www.ClinchRiverMandolinFestival.com.

 


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Admission Fee: check website

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Last Updated: 8/14/2014 10:52 AM
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