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Blankets & Bluegrass on the Hall House lawn

The event is free, but do RSVP

Sunday, Aug. 20; 6-8 p.m. on the lawn at the Hall House, 226 S. Jackson St.

A mid-summer evening of musical entertainment on the Hall House lawn, presented by Historic Salisbury Foundation. Bring your blankets or chairs and food to munch on, sit back, relax and listen to some of the best Bluegrass musicians in North Carolina.

Tap your feet to the sounds of the Trailblazers and TenderGrass. The Trailblazers recently brought home first place in the Band Competition at MerleFest, and they have opened for Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thundery and Blue Highway.

Following the Trailblazers, sit back and enjoy a drink while you listen to TenderGrass, an energetic, talented group of young musicians including local favorites, the Bemus Kids.

The event is free, but RSVP at https://app.hatchbuck.com/OnlineForm/71385054206

In addition, the Trailblazers will be the featured group on Saturday, Aug. 19 at 8 p.m. at the Muddy Creek Music Hall, 5455 Bethania Road, Winston-Salem. Band members are Alex Edwards, Jonah Horton, Daniel Thrailkill and Will Thrailkill. Ticket info at 336-923-8623.

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