The 19th Annual Brookdale Bluegrass Spring Fling, welcomed by the Northern California Bluegrass Society and presented by Brookdale Bluegrass, will happen on Friday & Saturday, March 18 & 19, 2016. Here is All You Need To Know:
Music performances and jams are held at Scopazzi’s Restaurant, 13300 Big Basin Way, in the small, charming mountain community of Boulder Creek, 12 miles north of Santa Cruz and about a mile north of the Brookdale Lodge on Highway 9 in the San Lorenzo Valley of the Santa Cruz Mountains. The festival will return to its namesake home at the Brookdale as soon as renovations at that historic hotel are complete.
Plenty of tickets will be available at the door. Online Tickets are also available for your convenience. FRI: $15, SAT: $25, BOTH: $40.
FRIDAY, March 18
7:00pm — The Wildcat Mountain Ramblers
8:30 — The Hunter Austin Project
10:00 — The David Holodiloff Band
SATURDAY, March 19
1:00pm — Alison Steele Band
2:30 — Bean Creek
4:00 — Toby Gray & Hiway Buddha
5:00 — Dinner Break
6:00 — Rick Ednie’s Bluegrass Round-Up
7:30 — Brookdale Bluegrass Band
9:00 — The True Life Troubadours
10:30 — The Town Howlers
The Hunter Austin Project
(Bands will perform one-hour sets.)
Food & Drink:
There is a wide variety of food and drink available within easy walking distance in downtown Boulder Creek, but you won’t have to go that far, as Scopazzi’s offers great meals and a full bar onsite.
There are many small motels and inns in the area. Nearby campgrounds are available at public and private parks in the San Lorenzo Valley.
Great — a nice, sunny weekend! FRI — High 69, Low 50. SAT — High 65, Low 51.
And remember — All of your friends will be there!