Did you attend the 2014 festival?
We'd love to hear what you thought and get your ideas for future festivals.
We'll keep this survey here for only a few weeks, so please let us know your thoughts!
The Blueberry Youth Bluegrass "Boot Camp" Workshop
A special workshop for youth age 10 to 17. If you play fiddle, acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo, dobro, or stand-up bass, we'd like to introduce you to Bluegrass Music in our fun festival environment!
We'll have about 2 hours of demos and instruction by some great bluegrass musicians on Saturday afternoon (August 2) at 1 pm, in the workshop tents behind the pavilion.
C'mon out and bring your instruments. It's gonna be a pickin' good time!
Bring your lawn chairs so you can catch all the great shows before and after your workshop!
Special Thanks To Our Sponsors!
The Blueberry Bluegrass & Country Music Festival would not be possible without our sponsors generous support!
Here's a great big THANK YOU to all the volunteers that put their heart & soul into the 2014 festival.
The festival would not have been such a success without all of you and your hard work.
We always need volunteers. If you're interested in volunteering for the 2015 festival, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014 Custom Blueberry/Martin
HD-28 "V" Guitar Raffle
The winner of the 2014
Blueberry Bluegrass - Myhre's Music - Martin Guitar raffle is Lorna Arndt.
Purchasing a weekend festival pass is about the best value you can get for your entertainment dollar. Even if you missed the early bird sale, a full priced 2014 weekend pass gets you 30 top notch music shows for only about $4.50 EACH! That's right, four dollars and fifty cents a show!
In addition to the shows, you also get access to the musical workshops put on by the performers themselves!
Where else can you get that kind of value for your hard earned money?
Blueberry Bluegrass ... the best bang for 'yer buck!
Member's Statement recognizing the Blueberry Bluegrass & Country Music Society Festival from MLA Ken Lemke as he addressed the Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Marty Stuart's "Storm Song"
Marty Stuart wrote a song about the storm that blew through on Saturday afternoon of the 2009 festival and performed it for us all on that Sunday. He gave us his handwritten lyrics to that song, and we'd like to share them with you. (click on it to make it larger)
We also have a recording of Marty's performance
for you to enjoy & reminisce.