Jam session to replace festival
A Camping Jam with local performers July 31 and Aug. 1 will take the place the county lake’s annual bluegrass festival.
Bands previously scheduled to appear at the festival canceled after two other bluegrass festivals in the region announced that they would not be staged this year because of COVID-19.
Anyone who wants to perform is welcome to camp and sing or play instruments during the two days, lake coordinator Isaac Hett told county commissioners at a meeting Monday.
No admission will be charged and the weekend will not be called “bluegrass festival” in advertising.