The 2021 festival at our new OUTDOOR venue was a big success—thanks to all who came out to support the festival and the bands!
We're hard at work planning for 2022 and hope to see you on July 29 - 31 with early camping allowed Thursday the 28th. Please check back often for updates!
With plans to host two stages areas, a beer and wine garden, and food and vendor spaces near the stages, the festival also will accommodate four RV parking zones and lots of grassy tent sites for out of town festival-goers or for locals who want to be part of the whole experience.
Bluegrass from the Forest 2022 will return to the Olympic Peninsula for its 17th year at the new outdoor festival format at the South Mason Youth Soccer Park in Shelton. Camping, jamming, workshops, and great bands are hallmarks of this annual event!
New Outdoor Venue - Same great music, new activities!
The event has relocated to an outdoor venue, the South Mason Youth Soccer Park – less than three miles from the former location. July is the ideal time in the Northwest to take this festival into the forest! The larger area will allow for expanded camping, additional food and music vendors and a beer and wine garden near the stage. We are also pleased to have food vendors on site as well as dinners FRI/SAT evenings that you can pre-reserve to enjoy with the main stage bands!
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There is a lot going on at the Bluegrass From the Forest festival. In addition to band performances, the festival offers a host of activities, including Master Workshops, Band Scramble Showcase (anyone can participate), Chick Rose’s Youth School of Bluegrass, Mandolin Tasting, Slow Jam, vendors and much more. There will be all night jamming in the campground (midnight hot dogs included). One thing’s for sure, there is plenty to keep you occupied at any time throughout the weekend! Visit our Things To Do page to see a full list of activities.
We're looking for businesses and philanthropists who want to sponsor our festival! It will pay some of our many expenses and also help keep our ticket price very reasonable. Please contact Duane Wilson at email@example.com and he'll give you the specifics.
Want to volunteer at the festival? Please contact John Pyles details (360) 509-1071
Get In Touch
Booking information, contest entry and rules, scheduling etc. contact:
Greg Linder – festival coordinator
Phone: (360) 898-4581
Business questions, vendor inquiries, lodging, etc.
Duane Wilson – Kristmas Town Kiwanis
phone: (360) 426-1782
Volunteer inquiries: John Pyles (360) 509-1071