NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED BLUEGRASS ACTS SET STAGE TO PERFORM THIS WEEKEND AT THE WOBO 88.7 BLUEGRASS BASH
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Sarah Gleason
Batavia, OH (May 30, 2019)- Over a dozen acts are lined up to play at the Clermont County Fairgrounds Friday, May 31- Saturday, June 1 for the second annual Bluegrass Bash. Bring your favorite lawn chair, relax and enjoy a full 2-day schedule complete with national award-winning musicians including Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, Gary Strong & Hard Times, Flatt Lonesome, and many more.
Tickets are on sale now. Advance price for One Night Admission is $25 and Weekend Passes are $45 each. Tickets purchased at the gate are One Night for $35 and $60 for a Weekend Pass. Kids 12 and under are free. Food and Drinks will be available at the venue.
“We brought in some of the best bands in the country, no doubt about it,” noted WOBO’s President, Gary Strong. “It’s just a who’s who of the best bluegrass out there today… it’s hard to beat this kind of lineup but we strive to get better and better every year.”
Concert goers can book area hotels at www.visitclermontohio.com. Camping is available at the Clermont County Fairgrounds. Campers are encouraged to bring personal instruments for the nightly post-show campsite jam sessions.
“WOBO has booked several outstanding national acts for the Bluegrass Bash this weekend. It is exciting to see the enthusiasm and passion for this growing music festival. If you enjoy Bluegrass, this is a must for your summer bucket list,” commented Jeff Blom, President of the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
To purchase tickets or to learn more about the Bluegrass Bash or WOBO 88.7 FM, visit www.wobofm.com.
About WOBO 88.7 FM
Celebrating more than 40 years of bringing quality, variety programming to the Cincinnati area and now worldwide. WOBO is an all-volunteer public radio station that depends on the support of their listeners. Located in Clermont County, just east of Cincinnati, Ohio, the station went on the air as WCNE in the early 1970’s and was operated by students of the Clermont Northeastern School District. In 1996 WOBO moved its operations to a new 2,000+ square foot facility on Half Acre Road where the transmitter is located. The WOBO-FM story has been featured on NBC television, local television stations, ABC radio news, Ohio Magazine, and the Associated Press. Visit www.wobofm.com for more information.
About the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Whether planning a trip, navigating the county, attending a sporting event or other activity, the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau is your most reliable source for visitor and travel information. Clermont County is a vibrant and growing region known for its beauty, historic attractions, and exceptional outdoor recreational activities. We welcome you to explore Clermont County and what it has to offer. To learn more, visit our website at www.visitclermontohio.com.
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