Watch the greatest finger-pluckers at the Convention Center, and use EcoShuttle as transportation before you pluck your hair out!  Check out for lineup information

The RiverCity Bluegrass Festival made its debut in January, 2005 at the Oregon Convention Center. The event was structured to offer approximately 70% bluegrass music and 30% acoustic Americana, such as folk music, Texas swing, Gospel and Country music. Since that weekend we have established a tradition of great performers at each and every festival.
2008 will not be any exception to that standard. Already booked are The Del McCoury Band Marty Stuart, The Seldom Scene, Rhonda Vincent is returning this year (yeah!), Dry Branch Fire Squad, and more.

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  6. […]There’s no money in bluegrass,” says Chris Palmer, festival producer and one of its founders. Which isn’t to say there is no longer bluegrass at the festival. There’s plenty of it, but there’s more than just bluegrass — and there always has been. Del McCoury has played there in the past, and the grass doesn’t get any bluer. But Emmylou Harris has played, too[…]

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