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RockyGrass Begins to Roll Out Its 2018 Lineup

Robbie Fulks is among the early acts announced for the 2018 RockyGrass Festival.EXPAND
Robbie Fulks is among the early acts announced for the 2018 RockyGrass Festival.
Andy Goodwin
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RockyGrass, the annual bluegrass festival that has helped turn Colorado into a hotbed of progressive bluegrass acts for nearly five decades, announced its initial 2018 lineup today, Friday, December 15.

The David Grisman Quintet, Old & In the Gray, Hot Rize and Robbie Fulks are a handful of the acts topping the list.

The other acts announced thus far include:

Sam Bush Bluegrass Band
Steep Canyon Rangers
Alison Brown, Becky Buller, Sierra Hull, Missy Raines & Molly Tuttle
Peter Rowan
Balsam Range
Jeff Austin Band
Richie & Rosie
The Cleverlys
Jeff Scroggins & Colorado
Grant Gordy Quartet
The Po’ Ramblin' Boys
Bill & the Belles
Meadow Mountain

The 46th annual RockyGrass festival will take place in Lyons July 27 to 29, 2018.

Secure your tickets and camping spots online or by calling 800-624-2422.

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