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Bluegrass Weekend

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20th Annual Ocean Lakes Bluegrass Weekend**
August 24 & 25, 2018

Bluegrass music at Ocean Lakes! Enjoy 2 days of award-winning bands in air-conditioned comfort beside the beautiful Atlantic ocean in Myrtle Beach, SC.** 

Featuring: FRIDAY – Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Alan Bibey & Grasstowne, Breaking Grass and the Churchmen.  SATURDAY – Lonesome River Band, Bradley Walker with Lonesome River Band, Bluegrass Brothers and Sideline. See details below about the 3rd Annual Alan Bibey Mandolin Camp at Ocean Lakes starting before Bluegrass Weekend.

LRB is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year and released its latest album, Mayhayley’s House, in June 2017.

Act Now!  Purchase tickets for Ocean Lakes’ Premier Bluegrass Weekend today.

VIP Wristband Deadline: July 1, 2018
What does a VIP get? They get in earlier! Doors open 15 minutes earlier for our VIP Wristband guests.

Advance adult tickets are $50** [plus your site fee**], children (7-12 years old) are $20, under 7 are free. Day of the show adult tickets will be $55. Tickets can be purchased online at link below or by calling our ticket hotline at 843-828-4856. Please note: the tickets are non-refundable.

See more information and the show schedule here.

* Subject to change to accommodate band scheduling and band needs.
** Exclusively for Ocean Lakes’ guests (camping, rental or annual lease sites)

Purchase Concert Tickets Now

Alan Bibey Workshop logo3rd Annual Mandolin Camp

22nd – 6 PM – Meet and Greet
23rd – Day classes and evening concert
24th – Day Classes (Bluegrass Weekend Concert starts at 4 PM.)
Includes nice lodging in OLP rental, concert Thursday night, discount on Bluegrass Weekend tickets and golf car rental.
Instructors: Alan Bibey, Emory Lester, and two more great mandolinists.
Click here to read more about it.

 

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