Blue Highway on the Road

 

Respected powerhouse band 25 years strong ... Nominated for a 2017 GRAMMY Award for Best Bluegrass Album ... the most radio airplay of any bluegrass artist in 2014 ... SOLD OUT shows accounting for half their concerts in 2015 ... 7 months with the #1 Album in the nation ... 28 IBMA Awards, 6 SPBGMA Awards, one Dove Award, and 3 GRAMMY Nominations as a band ... Voted the Favorite Bluegrass Artist of All Time by the readers of Bluegrass Today in April 2016.

 

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Many of our tour dates are being rescheduled.  We look forward to normalcy returning, and are excited to see each of you on the road!  Our warmest thanks and best wishes to all of you and your families ~ from all of us in the Blue Highway family!

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Sep24

1st Presbyterian Church of Kingsport--CURRENTLY BEING RESCHEDULED

1st Presbyterian Church, 100 W. Church Circle, Kingsport, TN

https://www.fpckpt.org/site/upcoming-events/blue-highway/ Doors Open @ 6:30 pm. Show Time @ 7:30 pm.

Tickets $30 for Adults, $25 for Seniors, $10 for Students.

Last concert sold out a week before the event, so please get your tickets early. If tickets remain on the day of show, tix will be sold at the Door via Cash or Check only.

Bluegrass by the River Benefit for Project Lifesaver and Pam Rice at 2 Witches Winery & Brewing Co.

2 Witches Winery & Brewing Co., 209 Trade Street, Danville, VA

The Fourth Annual Bluegrass by the River Concert will take place on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at the outdoor amphitheater at 2 Witches Winery & Brewing Company at 209 Trade St in Danville, VA - the birthplace of bluegrass legend Tony Rice.

The concert will showcase live, American contemporary bluegrass music.

Headlining the concert will be the Grammy nominated and IBMA-award-winning bluegrass band Blue Highway. The evening will also showcase Shelton & Williams featuring the renowned, award-winning Jeanette & Johnny Williams, and well-known artist Jay Shelton.

Proceeds will go to our Sheriff's Office's local chapter of Project Lifesaver, a non-profit organization that provides wristbands to quickly locate individuals with cognitive disorders who are prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering. A portion of proceeds will also be donated to Pam Rice, widow of Tony Rice.

TICKET SALES WILL BE LIMITED. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE EITHER ONLINE OR IN PERSON AT TWO WITCHES

We will be following the current CDC guidelines and VDH guidelines.

Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival

Guthrie, OK, 308-398 N 5th St, Guthrie, OK

Oklahoma’s International Bluegrass Festival has been bringing great bluegrass, traditional, western swing, Americana & other music to Guthrie, a historic town in the heart of Central Oklahoma, since 1996. Set in Cottonwood Flats where there’s plenty of room for camping and lots of jam sessions, the first full weekend of each October has brought superb entertainers from the US and around the world to Guthrie for a weekend of great music. In addition to camping, jamming and all the great stage performances, festival-goers can enjoy workshops, chow down at the food trucks, shop for a new instrument or event shirt or hat in the merchandise tent, or bid for a fine instrument or special memorabilia at the auction, where all proceeds go to youth scholarships.

Over the years OIBF audiences enjoyed Earl Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Vince Gill, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Tommy Emmanuel, Asleep at the Wheel, Willie Nelson, Suzy Boggus, California, Hot Club of Cowtown, Kathy Mattea, The Kruger Brothers, The Byron Berline Band and The Turnpike Troubadours. In addition to such diverse American entertainers OIBF brings outstanding international bluegrass bands from around the world and introduces them to very appreciative audiences! Bands from Japan, Austria, Italy, The Czech Republic, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, England and many other countries have been welcomed to Guthrie with open arms. Every year fans look forward to the musical diversity OIBF offers.

One of the main goals of OIBF since the festival’s inception is to provide youth music scholarships. Involving youth in music at OIBF includes workshops, instrument contests, youth band contests and a Kid’s Music Tent where youth performers and family bands are showcased for the hundreds of local school children who are brought to the event each year. OIBF also sends bands out to the local schools to do performances while they are here for the festival. Some of the young performers who started out as contestants are now grown and their bands are playing professionally at OIBF and other festivals. It’s a great weekend of fun for the whole family! Visit our Artists page for this years performers and please enjoy exploring our entire website for lots of information!

We’re delighted to introduce new visitors to the historic town of Guthrie where they can explore the antique shops, museums, restaurants, Scottish Rite Temple, charming B & B’s, motels and all the other things Guthrie has to offer!

Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival

Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival, 308-398 N 5th St, Guthrie, OK

Oklahoma’s International Bluegrass Festival has been bringing great bluegrass, traditional, western swing, Americana & other music to Guthrie, a historic town in the heart of Central Oklahoma, since 1996. Set in Cottonwood Flats where there’s plenty of room for camping and lots of jam sessions, the first full weekend of each October has brought superb entertainers from the US and around the world to Guthrie for a weekend of great music. In addition to camping, jamming and all the great stage performances, festival-goers can enjoy workshops, chow down at the food trucks, shop for a new instrument or event shirt or hat in the merchandise tent, or bid for a fine instrument or special memorabilia at the auction, where all proceeds go to youth scholarships.

Over the years OIBF audiences enjoyed Earl Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Vince Gill, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Tommy Emmanuel, Asleep at the Wheel, Willie Nelson, Suzy Boggus, California, Hot Club of Cowtown, Kathy Mattea, The Kruger Brothers, The Byron Berline Band and The Turnpike Troubadours. In addition to such diverse American entertainers OIBF brings outstanding international bluegrass bands from around the world and introduces them to very appreciative audiences! Bands from Japan, Austria, Italy, The Czech Republic, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, England and many other countries have been welcomed to Guthrie with open arms. Every year fans look forward to the musical diversity OIBF offers.

One of the main goals of OIBF since the festival’s inception is to provide youth music scholarships. Involving youth in music at OIBF includes workshops, instrument contests, youth band contests and a Kid’s Music Tent where youth performers and family bands are showcased for the hundreds of local school children who are brought to the event each year. OIBF also sends bands out to the local schools to do performances while they are here for the festival. Some of the young performers who started out as contestants are now grown and their bands are playing professionally at OIBF and other festivals. It’s a great weekend of fun for the whole family! Visit our Artists page for this years performers and please enjoy exploring our entire website for lots of information!

We’re delighted to introduce new visitors to the historic town of Guthrie where they can explore the antique shops, museums, restaurants, Scottish Rite Temple, charming B & B’s, motels and all the other things Guthrie has to offer!