Apr 232014


Muddy Roots Spring Weekender
The Goose On The Lake
John Hartford Memorial Festival
Hub City Music Festival
Red Wing Roots Music Festival

This series bring us CLOSE to my house AGAIN in Cross Plains Tennessee to the
Kilgore Station Bluegrass Festival.
Folks listen..this event is 10 BUCKS! Enough said! 10 bucks!
And you get the Grascals headlining this event and some REALLY awesome
bluegrass bands and family entertainment.
This is the second annual event of this festival.

1:00am Volunteer Bluegrass
11:50am Daniel Rothwell & Overall Creek with Thomas Maupin
12:40pm The Ridgetop Ramblers
1:30pm Jackie Kincaid & Steppin’Out
2:20pm SugarRidge
3:10pm Volunteer Bluegrass
4:00pm Daniel Rothwell & Overall Creek with Thomas Maupin
4:50pm Jackie Kincaid & Steppin’Out
5:40pm SugarRidge
6:30pm The Ridgetop Ramblers
7:30pm The Grascals

Cross Plains is Robertson County’s oldest settlement, originally called Kilgore Station
when it was established as a fort in 1779. Today the city of Cross Plains, Tennessee
welcomes visitors to Kilgore Park along the banks of Honey Run Creek and adjacent to the
campus of East Robertson High School. Click here to find it on the map.

In 2012, construction was completed on the Robert T. Randolph Stage at Kilgore Station.
Situated below a gently sloping grassy hillside and among mature hardwoods, the stage is
the perfect location for the inaugural Kilgore Station Bluegrass festival.

Directions: From I-65, take Exit 112 (TN-25), travel west app. 3.5 miles,
turn left on Kilgore Trace (at East Robertson High School sign). First left is entrance
to Kilgore Park.

From Springfield, TN, take TN-49 west to TN-25 which leads to Cross Plains.
Turn right on Kilgore Trace (at East Robertson High School sign). First left is
entrance to Kilgore Park.

The street address (for your GPS) is 150 Kilgore Trace, Cross Plains, TN 37049

Learn more about Cross Plains on the Cross Plains Community Chamber web site.

To reserve a camping spot or for more info call (615) 654-2555.
Rain or Shine!

Our event goes on rain or shine. We are fortunate to be able to move right next door
into the great facilities of East Robertson High School in case of poor weather.

There will be SO MUCH fun activities going on in this area THIS WEEKEND you must
MUST NOT MISS this event!

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Find Nashville Ghost Tour at ScaryNashville.com