The 2018 Balsam Range Art of Music Festival is shaping up to be an exciting event! Make plans now to join us Thursday, Nov 29 for an evening of fun! We are kicking of the AOM with two different shows to choose from.
So excited y'all! We will soon bring our latest project with Atlanta Pops Orchestra Ensemble, “Mountain Overture,” to the stage at MerleFest, one of the country’s premier music festivals, in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
We are playing a few brand new (to us) festivals, and are tickled to be returning to some of our favorites, too.
We sure are proud of how this project turned out! Special thanks to our label, Mountain Home, as well as the Nashville Recording Orchestra for lending their talents to this record! It is available here on our website for just $10 (holiday shipping guaranteed if ordered by 12/18!)or you can get a digital download
It's a wrap!
We set our sights to outdo the first festival, and by golly, we may have succeeded! Near sell out crowd Friday, and sell out on Saturday! The Stuart Auditorium was packed with almost 2,000 friends. If only for a few hours, everyone came together for the music. From the hilarity of Mike Snider, to the awe inspiring talents of Bryan Sutton, Noam Pikelny, Shawn Lane, Aubrey Haynie and Barry Bales. From the brilliance of Darrell Scott, to the warm holiday collaborative sounds of Balsam Range with The Atlanta Pops Orchestra Ensemble, (to mention a few), the evening concerts transpired into a magical event. On Saturday afternoon, folks were buzzing all over the Terrace Hotel going in and out of workshops, learning from their musical idols, laughing with the boys of Balsam Range, and mingling and jamming together. The weekend was such a great time of fellowship, if you didn't join us this year, consider it for 2018.
Planning for 2018 starts now! Save the date: November 30-December 1
We are so glad to announce that tickets are now available for the 2nd annual Balsam Range Art of Music Festival December 1st and and 2nd at Stuart Auditorium on the grounds of the beautiful Lake Junaluska. Come see us in our home county!
We have an awesome lineup scheduled again this year. Artists that we admire ourselves, and want to bring to our home including:
Balsam Range and The Atlanta Pops Mini-Orchestra (back by popular demand)
Bryan Sutton with Noam Pikelny, Shawn Lane, Aubrey Haynie, and Barry Bales. These great players will also be conducting Master Class Workshops!
Now that is a festival! Tickets will not last long. Go now and get your seat HERE-
OR for an inclusive Ticket/Meal/Hotel package look HERE
Visit our website for more info and concert schedule/Workshop info and more!
We can't wait to see you in Haywood County!!
We've been waiting for this for a long time, but it's here! This weekend, December 2 and 3, we will present the Balsam Range Art Of Music Festival. We are so proud to be able to produce an event like this in Haywood County, NC. We know that people are coming from all over the country to spend some time in our home area. The weather report looks great, and the musical lineup is really something special. Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives, The Lonesome River Band, John Driskell Hopkins, and even the Atlanta Pops Orchestra. Balsam Range will be playing both nights, including a set with the Atlanta Pops on Friday night. We even have some special guests playing some Christmas music with the orchestra. Our pals from our recording studio will be there as well. Plus some special guests sprinkled in for good measure!
There will be workshops of all kinds, and fun audience participation events as well.
There are a few tickets left, but will be gone soon! We sure hope you can come see our home and hear some great music!
Check out the festival page right off of this website. It has all the details!
Now this is exciting! A Balsam Range Festival! We have wanted to do this for several years and now it’s becoming a reality. We are blessed to live in one of the prettiest spots in America. Now we can invite all of you to our home for a weekend of great music and more right here in Haywood County, North Carolina. We are proud to announce the first annual Balsam Range Art Of Music Festival!
The festival will be December 2nd and 3rd at the beautiful Lake Junaluska Assembly and Conference Center here in Haywood. The concerts will take place at Stuart Auditorium, an amazing indoor facility with an outdoor feel! There are hotels and restaurants on site, so weather will not be an issue. Stuart Auditorium is literally just a few feet from the main hotel.
We already have some of our favorite artists confirmed for the concerts!
On Friday we have Balsam Range, The Lonesome River Band, John Driskell Hopkins (from Zac Brown Band) and The Atlanta Pops Orchestra. Balsam Range will also be performing with the orchestra!
On Saturday we have Balsam Range and one our favorite bands of any genre, Marty Stuart and the Fabulous Superlatives! They can truly do it all! Great Country, Bluegrass, Gospel, and more.
There will be numerous workshops on Saturday, and there are great things to do all around us in Haywood County. Skiing, golf, the Blue Ridge Parkway, are just a few of the many attractions.
We are so thrilled to invite you to our home for this incredible gathering. Tickets are available now!! Just click on the festival link here on the website and get yours before they’re gone!
In addition to the original Bob Evans Restaurant and food tent on site, the Bob Evans Farm Festival offers traditional fare including bean soup and corn bread, kettle corn, pies, apple dumplings, ice cream and Ohio-made cheeses and trail bologna, as well as other treats. Vendors include both concession and food items for sale.
The Bob Evans Farm Festival truly is a family affair with crafts, demonstrations and activities that are fun for guests of all ages. Enjoy performances from lumberjacks and chainsaw carvers, meet furry friends from the Columbus Zoo, and farm demonstrations including herding by Alan Miller's Border Collies and cow milking with the Laurel Valley Creamery.
Join us in the Kids' Farmyard Fun area for face painting, a hay bale maze, game tent, kiddie train rides, corn pile and more!.
Those looking to compete can test their strength at the Pedal Tractor Pull or various contests throughout the festival.