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‘Blankets and Bluegrass’ at the Hall House

You must submit the RSVP form to be officially signed up to attend.

Grace and Gabe Bemus

Grace and Gabe Bemus

Montgomery & Co.

Montgomery & Co.

Submitted

What: Blankets and Bluegrass

Where: Josephus W. Hall House, 226 S. Jackson St.

When: 6-8 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 7

Get ready for a mid-summer evening of great musical entertainment on the Hall House lawn, presented by Historic Salisbury Foundation. Located in the heart of West Square, the treasured Hall House will be the place to meet friends and neighbors for a family friendly concert of Bluegrass music. Bring along your blankets or lawn chairs and food to munch on, sit back, relax and let some of the best Bluegrass musicians around entertain you.

If you have ever stopped by the Montgomery General Store in Historic Gold Hill on a Friday night, you may be familiar with Vivian Hopkins and Montgomery & Co. Helping to keep traditional music alive in our area, Vivian, president of the NC Bluegrass Association, will play with her band and will also introduce an impressive lineup of musicians, young and not so young!
Tap your feet to the sounds of Jonah Riddle and Carolina Express from Burnsville. Pack your favorite drink to sip while you listen to Carrie and Eric Webster, owners of Carolina Folkworks in Salisbury. Some of their students will also be showcased during the concert including local favorites, the Bemus Kids.

Interested in historic preservation? Arrive a little early and take a peek inside the Hall House where docents will be ready to greet you and answer questions.

New Sarum beers will be available for purchase along with assorted wine but feel free to bring your own drinks to this BYOB event.

This is a free event, but donations are welcome. Suggested donation: $10. Once you have submitted the RSVP Form for Blankets and Bluegrass you are officially signed up to attend. Your name will be on a list at the check in table on the day of the event.

RSVP at www.historicsalisbury.org or https://app.hatchbuck.com/OnlineForm/61924841898

 

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