Complete Schedule For 5th Annual NCBS Bluegrass On Broadway Festival
Here is the complete schedule for the FREE 5th Annual Northern California Bluegrass Society Bluegrass On Broadway Festival in Redwood City this weekend:
FRIDAY, January 27
An Evening of Bluegrass Dining In Downtown Redwood City, 7:00-9:00pm, (Reservations recommended):
27strings – Little India (Indian), 917 Main Street, (650) 361-8737
Just Picked String Band – Sweet Basil (Thai) 911 Main Street, (650) 257-7594
SATURDAY, January 28
Northern California Bluegrass Awards Show & Concert
Tapestry Church Main Hall, 1305 Middlefield Road, 10:00am-5:00pm
10:00am — The Abbott Brothers
11:00 — Windy Hill
Noon — Snap Jackson & The Knock On Wood Players
1:00pm — Bean Creek
2:00 — Dark Hollow
3:00-5:00 – Northern California Bluegrass Awards (with special guest performers)
5:00-ish to whenever – Award Winners Jam (ALL jammers are welcome), Little India, 917 Main Street. Jam Hosts: Lisa Burns, Alex Sharps, Yoseff Tucker, Sullivan Tuttle, and Marty Varner.
SUNDAY, January 29
NCBS International Bluegrass Music Museum Film Festival
Community Room, Redwood City Main Library, 1044 Middlefield Road, Noon-5:00pm (Host: IBMM Trustee Carl Pagter):
Bill Monroe – The Father Of Bluegrass Music (Larry Nager, TN)
Fanning The Fire – Bluegrass For A New Generation (Alan Tompkins, Bluegrass Heritage Foundation, TX)
Bluegrass – A Documentary (Frank Grabowski, Mountain View High School, CA)
American Folk Dancing – A Week With Evo Bluestein (Chip Curry, Chrysalis Films, CA)
Strawberry Music Festival 30th Anniversary (Alec Oyung, CA)
I Hear What You See – The Old Time World Of Kenny Hall (Chris Simon, Sageland Media, UT)
The 2007 Legends Concert (International Bluegrass Music Museum, KY).
6:30pm — Sunday Evening Concert – Bluegrass Gospel & African-American Spirituals:
Woodside Road United Methodist Church, 2000 Woodside Road.
Healing Stream Gospel Bluegrass Band
Woodside Road Players
The Northern California Bluegrass Society’s Bluegrass On Broadway receives principal financial support from the Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission, Redwood City Public Library, One World Montessori School, Wickersham & Murphy, and the Tapestry Church.