Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival 2013 Lineup Revealed [Concert Preview]

Posted By on January 3, 2013

The 2nd Annual Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival returns to Manteo this fall with three more days of the world’s top bluegrass musicians live in concert.

Returning headliner Rhonda Vincent will play two nights at the 2nd Annual Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival.

Returning headliner Rhonda Vincent will play two nights at the 2nd Annual Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival.

Last year’s headliner, bluegrass queen Rhonda Vincent is coming back to Festival Park to play two nights on Saturday and Sunday this time with her band The Rage, joining other returning performers from the inaugural festival, including Drymill Road, Cumberland River, Banjo Island, Nu-Blu, and Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver.

New additions to the lineup this year include Grammy nominated Friday headliners The Grascals, along with Russell Moore & Iiird Tyme Out, Loraine Jordan & Carolina Road, The Moore Brothers, and The James King Band, among a total of more than 20 musicians set to take the stage over the weekend.

The Grascals will be live in concert at the 2nd Annual Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival.

The Grascals will be live in concert at the 2nd Annual Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival.

The 2nd Annual Outer Bluegrass Festival is happening Oct. 4-6, 2013 at Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo, NC.

The concert starts at 11am on Friday and Saturday and at noon on Sunday, and the festival will kick off with a special screening of the classic bluegrass-fueled film O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000), starring George Clooney, on Thursday, Oct. 3 at 5pm at The Pioneer Theatre in Manteo.

Tickets are $35 each day or $75 for all three days, and can be purchased online here.

Click here to view our photo gallery from the 2012 Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival!

Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival 2013 -poster

_______________________________

Like us on Facebook

Posted by Matt Artz

This article has 0 comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *