Blythe Bluegrass Festival

Address: 591 Olive Lake Blvd
Blythe, CA 92225
Phone: 760-922-8166
Fax: 760-922-4010

The Annual Blythe Bluegrass Music Festival has been part of the excitement of the Palo Verde Valley for the last 19 years. It all started with volunteer organizers, and today that tradition still exists.

The Colorado River Boys were the original "host" band (pictured below, without one of the original members). Today, festival organizers and artists continue to reap the enjoyment and excitement that started nearly 20 years ago.

Next year marks the 20th annual festival! Each year, thousands flock to the Palo Verde Valley Fairgrounds to enjoy the festivities---not to mention the beautiful weather.

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  • 30th Annual Blythe Bluegrass Festival

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  • 29th Annual Blythe Bluegrass Festival 2016

    Friday, January 15, 2016:Colorado River Boys Stage: 10:00: Traditional Bluegrass11:00: David Parmley/Cardinal Tradition12:00: Band of Ruhks12:30: Bank of Ruhks1:00: Break1:30: Sideline2:30: Burning Heart3:30: Gibson BrothersBommer Stage: 10:00: Sideline11:00: Burning Heart B...

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  • Blythe Bluegrass Festival 2011

    Band Performance Schedule:Friday, January 14,2011:Race Track Stage:8:45 am - Opening Ceremonies/Welcome9:00 am - Silverado10:00 am - Chris Jones & The Night Drivers11:00 am - The Kid Fiddlers12:00 pm - Plow1:00 pm - Grasslands2:00 pm - Ralph Stanley II3:00 pm - Virtual S...

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