All You Need To Know To Go To The Sunday October 1 Mountain Music Festival In San Jose

Here is All You Need To Know To Go to the 2nd Annual Mountain Music Festival on Sunday, October 1:

The Festival: The Emma Prusch Farm Park Foundation & The City Of San Jose present this FREE benefit for the park. The Northern California Bluegrass Society welcomes the only bluegrass festival held in San Jose. The family-friendly event will run 10:00am-5:00pm. with food and crafts booths, and fun farm activities and tours.

Venue: Emma Prusch Farm Park is a beautiful city park dedicated to farm life in the old pre-urban Santa Clara Valley. It is close to the intersection of freeways 101, 280 and 680 in San Jose.

Cost: FREE admission & parking.

Performance Schedule:

SUNDAY, October 1

10:00am —  The Banjo Twins
11:00 — The Wildcat Mountain Ramblers
Noon — Santa Clara Valley Fiddlers Association
1:00pm — Radio Rail
2:00 — Sidesaddle & Co
3:00 — The Goat Hill Girls
4:00 — Bean Creek

Emma Prusch Farm Park, San Jose

Directions:

The park is located at 647 South King Road (at Story Road) in southern central San Jose, northeast of the 101/280/680 interchange and easily accessible from the freeways using marked exits for those streets. Free onsite parking is available.

Weather: Perfect! Sunny. High 80, Low 54.

Bring: Folding chairs or blankets and money for food and drink. The music area is shaded, but you may want a hat for wandering around the grounds.

Bluegrass Fun: This is the second year for the new bluegrass version of this decades-old event. Last year, many music fans checked it out and had a good time. This year, we expect all of your bluegrass friends to come! See you there!

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