6th Annual Mabon Celebration w/ Adam Aijala & Ben Kaufmann - 9/22

On Saturday, September 22nd we are excited to welcome back two of our favorite performers for an intimate night of music, family, and seasonal celebration.

Adam & Ben of the Yonder Mountain String Band will once again lead us in Mabon revelry as we celebrate the changing of the season.

If you been before, you know just how unique and special this night can be with the two playing instruments ranging from bass and guitar to bazookie and banjo. If you haven’t been before, there’s no time like the present to come experience the intimacy of a Wildflower Performance by two of the best musicians that modern acoustic music has to offer.

We will once again be offering camping to those attending the shows for $10, and will have the now infamous “mabon feast” which will vary in price from $5-$8. (Dinner available before the show. No advance tickets required)

Tickets and information about the show can be found here: Mabon Tickets

Camping can be purchased here: Mabon Camping

We look forward to one last night in the campground with you in 2012…



Do we know what’s for dinner yet??? :cheers

For those that haven’t seen it yet…

Mabon Feast

New Belgium seasonal beers, wine, and hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks will be served all day beginning at 2pm. We’ll be serving a simple menu of autumnal culinary delights including:

Rustic Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with your choice of Marbled Blue Cheese, Sharp Cheddar, or Swiss (with optional Smoked Bacon or Prosciutto)
Fresh Cut French Fries
Celtic Knot Rolls
Choice of Homemade Soups served with Celtic knot rolls: Turkey, Mushroom with Wild Rice; Curry Split Pea (vegan)
New Belgium Beers including Shift, Sunshine Wheat, and Fat Tire
Red & White Wines
Yerba Matte, Alegro Coffee, Tea and Hot Chocolate

All food and drink is cash-only. An ATM is located conveniently on the Planet Bluegrass grounds (in front of the bath house).

I loved this show!!! Please, please, please make it available for download!!

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