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

My sixth festival in this series brings us to Mount Solon Virginia to the second annual
Red Wing Roots Music Festival held in Natural Chimneys Park on July 11th 12th and 13th 2014.
Quite an impressive lineup here at this festival!

FRIDAY
SHENANDOAH MOUNTAIN STAGE
1pm The Honey Dewdrops
3pm Furnace Mountain
5pm Caravan of Thieves
7pm Pokey LaFarge
9:15pm Trampled By Turtles

THE SOUTH STAGE
2pm Peyton Tochterman
4pm David Wax Museum
6pm The Hackensaw Boys
8pm The Duhks
10:45 Larry Keel & Natural Bridge

LOCAL ROOTS STAGE
1pm The Walking Roots Band
3pm Many Nights Ahead
5pm Shenandoah Alley
7pm The Travelin’ Hillbillies

VA FOLKLIFE & FAMILY STAGE
schedule coming soon

SATURDAY
SHENANDOAH MOUNTAIN STAGE
12pm 3 Penny Acre
2pm Eric Brace & Peter Cooper
4pm The Brothers Comatose
6pm Sarah Jarosz
8pm The Steel Wheels
9:30pm The Devil Makes Three

THE SOUTH STAGE
1pm Mandolin Orange
3pm The Stray Birds
5pm Miss Tess & The Talkbacks
7pm Tim O’Brien & Darrell Scott
10:45pm Yarn

LOCAL ROOTS STAGE
12pm Loves It
2pm Yankee Dixie
4pm After Jack
6pm The Judy Chops

VA FOLKLIFE & FAMILY STAGE
schedule coming soon

SUNDAY
SHENANDOAH MOUNTAIN STAGE
12pm Willie Watson
2pm The Revelers
4pm Peter Rowan’s Bluegrass Band
6:30pm Hayes Carll

THE SOUTH STAGE
11am Gospel Set w/ The Steel Wheels
1pm JP Harris & The Tough Choices
3pm Love Canon
5:15pm TRIBUTE SET

LOCAL ROOTS STAGE
12pm James Justin & Co
2pm Bourbon Barrel Congress
4pm Bryan Elijah Smith & The Wild Hearts

VA FOLKLIFE & FAMILY STAGE
schedule coming soon

Here is a TON of camping and lodging accommodations from their official website.

Stokesville Campground with Red Wing Shuttle Service

Stokesville Campground

464 Stokesville Rd, Mount Solon, VA

Located just a few miles down the road from Natural Chimneys Park, this beautiful
campground offers stunning views across the northeast valley to Massanutten Mountain
(25 miles away) and beyond. Shuttle buses are provided throughout the day. Camping fee
is $25 per person, and includes drinking water, portable showers, portable bathrooms,
free parking at this location (not at Natural Chimneys Park) and shuttle service to and
from the festival grounds. Designated campsites are first come first serve. There is
plenty of space for some solid field camping. NO PETS

Good for July 10 at 5pm through July 14 at 12pm

We will have a section reserved for dry RV/camper/trailers. No electric or sewer provided.
Contact us to register your RV/camper/trailer and reserve your space.
Local Campgrounds

Sherando Lake Recreation Area’s Family Campground provides an ideal camping destination.
Situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains, it’s known locally as the jewel of the mountains,
where visitors enjoy hiking, fishing, swimming and relaxing on the sandy beach. Click
for Sherando Lake campsite registration.

Todd Lake Recreation Area Visitors to Todd Lake Recreation Area enjoy a historic
campground complete with universally accessible beach. A volleyball court, horseshoe pits,
children’s playground and an onsite campground host make this location an ideal place to
spend a relaxing summer afternoon. Explore multiple trails from this location popular amongst
mountain biking, backpacking, and hiking enthusiasts. Not suitable for large RVs. Dump station
is available. Showers and drinking water available. Bath houses have hot showers and flush toilets.

Camping fee is $16.00 per site per night. Operated by North River Ranger District: 540-432-0187

North River Campground This open area campground was originally constructed as a CCC camp
. Evidence of the original sites and logging trails still remain today. North River Gorge
is a popular hiking, biking, and fishing area with a swinging bridge spanning the North River.
Close proximity to Wild Oak National Recreation Trail, Staunton Dam Day Use Area and Elkhorn
Lake provide multiple recreational options that are easily accessible within a few miles.
Campsites cannot be reserved in advance. First come, first serve. Sites are primitive,
but vault toilets are located on-site. No drinking water provided.

Camping fee is $5 per site, per night. Operated by North River Ranger District: 540-432-0187
Premium Camping at Natural Chimneys

SOLD OUT These spacious 50amp or 30amp RV Campsites include electric and water hookups
and are good for 4 nights. (Thursday 12pm – Monday 10am) It allows one RV/trailer/popup
plus two tents (or if no RV then four tents total) and parking for up to two additional
vehicles at the site. A picnic table and fire ring are provided at each site. 12 people
max per site. 3-day General Admission tickets are required for all camping guests! NO PETS
No Frill Field Tent Camping at Natural Chimneys

SOLD OUT You get a nice, flat plot to set up your tent(s), chairs and maybe a foosball
table…as long as it fits, go for it! The first round of 50 sites sold are 20’ x 20’ and
the second round of 80 sites are 15′ x 15′. The sites are nice but it’s not glamping,
no hook ups for electricity or water. No fires, and most importantly, no cars. 2 tent
and 6 person max per site. Good for 3 nights (Friday 11am – Monday 10am). Folks camping
here must park in the general admission parking lot and walk in with their stuff, so pack
smart! And since you will be parked in the GA parking lot, don’t forget to purchase a
parking permit for each vehicle (carpooling encouraged). NO PETS

Hotels

The closest hotels are located in Staunton and Harrisonburg, VA, each only 15 miles away.

Harrisonburg: Holiday Inn Harrisonburg

Click for other Harrisonburg Hotels and Inns

Staunton: The Stonewall Jackson Hotel

Bed & Breakfasts/Inns

There are numerous Inns and B&Bs in the area. Here’s a partial list:
Augusta County

Buckhorn Inn

2487 Hankey Mountain Hwy, Churchville 540-337-8660

Belle Hearth Bed & Breakfast

320 Wayne Ave, Waynesboro 540-943-1910

B&B at Penmerryl Farm

273 Penmerryl Dr, Greenville 540-337-0622/540-292-0897

Blueberry Hill Farm

956 Spottswood Rd, Steeles Tavern 540-377-2240

Cross House Garden Inn

1224 Keezletown Rd, Weyers Cave 540-234-8065

Frederick House

28 N. New St, Staunton 540-885-4220

Inn at Old Virginia

1329 Commerce Rd., Staunton 540-248-4650

Iris Inn B&B of Waynesboro

191 Chinquapin Dr, Waynesboro 540-943-1991

Montclair Bed & Breakfast

320 N. New St, Staunton 540-885-8832

Olde Staunton Inn

260 N. Lewis St, Staunton 540-886-0193

Shenandoah Mountain Inn

434 Shen. Mtn. Dr, West Augusta 540-939-4164

Speckled Trout Bed and Breakfast

607 Oak Ave, Waynesboro 540-946-4899

Staunton Choral Gardens

216 W. Frederick St, Staunton 540-885-6556

Sugar Tree Inn

Hwy 56, Steeles Tavern 800-377-2197

Tree Streets Inn

421 Walnut Ave, Waynesboro 540-949-4484
Rockingham County

By The Side Of The Road B&B

491 Garbers Church Rd, Harrisonburg 540-801-0430

High Laurel Inn

51 Horsehead Rd, Grottoes 540-249-3936

Joshua Wilton House

412 S. Main St, Harrisonburg 540-434-4464

Old Massanutten Lodge

3448 Caverns Dr, Keezletown 540-269-8800

Shenandoah Valley Farm Inn

882 Bloomer Springs Rd., McGaheysville 540-289-5402

Stonewall Jackson Inn

547 E. Market St, Harrisonburg 540-433-8233

I’m also going to provide you with a link to buy tickets to this festival
as I have all the others. You can get tickets HERE.

The first annual Red Wing Roots Festival was started in 2013 by the roots music
band Steel Wheels.
There are four active stages at this festival and you can always log
onto their official website for more information.

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