What to Expect
Pickin' In The Pasture is held on a working sheep farm. The gentle rolling pastures become the festival grounds. The creature comforts are well provided at Pickin' In The Pasture. There are plenty of relatively level camping sites on well laid out roadways for RVs as well as tents. Porta-johns are well distributed throughout the grounds. Water and solar showers are available. There are several rain or shine audience tents in the stage area. A shuttle service transports fans between the stage and their campsites. The gate will open by noon on Wednesday for free camping to those purchasing 4-day weekend tickets. There will be a service and bluegrass gospel music on Sunday morning. Tired campers are welcome to stay over Sunday night after the festival.
A wide variety of good reasonably priced foods are served on site. In the past food items have included chicken barbeque, prime rib, lamb, hot dogs, hamburgers, Italian Sausage, smoked pulled pork, Jamaican jerk chicken, pizza, ice cream, a breakfast menu, etc. Coolers are allowed in the stage area but inappropriate behavior is not.
Pickin' In The Pasture's reputation as a great place to jam continues to spread. Every year we are amazed at the caliber of musicians in the campground. There is plenty of opportunity to jam for all levels of players from friendly beginner circles to hot late night sessions that will stimulate even seasoned professionals.
Take advantage of the free masters workshops where you can interact with some of the top bluegrass musicians in the country. The emphasis is on instruction rather than a mini-concert, so come prepared with some questions that you would like to have covered by the artists.
For more information or to receive a festival flyers to distribute, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you at Pickin' In The Pasture this August 24,25,26,and 27 2017 in Lodi NY. Don't forget to tell your friends!
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