Milan Blue Grass Festival

. August 1, 2014.

Established in 1979, the Milan Bluegrass Festival  brings nationally renowned artists, community members and bluegrass lovers from all over Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Canada to the KC Campgrounds for a weekend of great music and good times. “It’s one of the best bluegrass festivals in the area. I say it’s the finest of them all,” said Mark Gaynier, campground owner and Festival promoter. When asked if the festival had any special features, Gaynier simply replied, “live bluegrass music, that’s what they come for.” International Bluegrass Music Association Award-winners Rhonda Vincent and Russell Moore will bring their bands to headline a weekend of boots, roots and harmony.

Noon-11pm. Day pass $20-$35; Weekend pass $75 adv/ $85 at gate; Camping $12 per day. KC Campgrounds, 14048 Sherman Rd., Milan. 734-439-1076.
kccampgroundmilan.com—MW

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