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BroomWeed BlueGrass Festival

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Event# (620) 273-8469

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Beginning Friday evening with a special edition of K-177 BlueGrass Pickin', we'll make music until the wee small hours. Then, on Saturday, throughout the afternoon, we'll introduce one BlueGrass band after another, until 7:30 PM, when our Australian friend, NICK CHARLES takes the stage for an evening of AMAZING fingerpickin' style guitar music.
Hey, it's just another excuse for some good food, and good music in the shadow of the historic Chase County CourtHouse in beautiful downtown Cottonwood Falls, Kansas!

BroomWeed BlueGrass Festival

Address : Emma Chase Music Hall, Cottonwood Falls, KS Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : (620) 273-8469   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : gratuity to musicians

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