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Lamar County Bluegrass Festival kicks off tomorrow

The 9th Annual Lamar County Bluegrass Festival starts March 12. By Bailey Maloney The 9th Annual Lamar County Bluegrass Festival starts March 12. By Bailey Maloney
LAMAR COUNTY, MS (WDAM) - The Lamar County Bluegrass Festival starts at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 12. The festivities will begin with a "pot luck" supper and a free performance by the Meyerband.

Friday and Saturday attendees will see performances by these bands: Special Consensus, Little Roy and Lizzy Show, Flatt Lonesome, and Volume Five. 

Friday and Saturday shows both start at 1:00 p.m. and concessions will be sold on site.

"This is a family friendly event and everyone can come out and enjoy good Bluegrass Music," said Lamar County Parks and Recreation Director Heath Sellers.   

Tickets will be sold at the door for $25 on Friday and Saturday. Two day passes can also be bought for $40. 

The festival is located at the Lamar County Community Shelter at 99 Central Industrial Row Purvis, MS 39475. 

For more information you can contact Victor Benintende at 601-436-1170 or by email at vbenintende@lamarcounty.com

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