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The Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff

Featuring Banjo Champ Gary “Biscuit” Davis, Flatpicking Champ Roy Curry, and The Travelin’ McCourys

**TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Call 270.692.0021 to reserve yours! 

Schedule of Events – January 25 – 26, 2013:

All-Inclusive Tickets – $49
Ticket includes Friday show, Saturday Dinner Show, and Quilt Show admissions.

Friday -

Bluegrass Show featuring Gary “Biscuit” Davis and Roy Curry – General admission bleacher seating is $ 10; FREE for kids 11 and under
Doors open at 6 pm 

Saturday - 

Singer-Song Writer Contest begins at 2 pm.
Evening Entertainment -
Doors open at 6 pm for dinner ticket holders; Dinner begins at 6:30 pm.
Doors open at 7:10 pm for General Admission ticket holders.

Saturday Ticket Options:

Workshops and seminars only – $20

Bluegrass Show featuring an open jam session with Gary “Biscuit” Davis and Roy Curry, and music from The Travelin’ McCourys – General admission bleacher seating is $25 (Does NOT include dinner); Added value – Free admission to the Friday night general admission show

Dinner Show featuring a delicious dinner, an open jam session with Gary “Biscuit” Davis and Roy Curry, and music from The Travelin’ McCourys!
Purchase an All-Inclusive Ticket for $49
Ticket includes Friday show, Saturday Dinner Show, and Quilt Show admissions.

 

Heart of Kentucky Quilt Show

Saturday, January 26, 2013 - 

$5 General Admission – Enter a quilt for judging or just come see the show and admire the incredible quilts on display.

Come early on Friday, January 25 and enjoy the following activities:

Marion County Quilt Trail – this trail features more than 60 quilt barns! Explore the scenic countryside of Marion County on this unique quilt trail.

Marion County Heritage Center – enjoy the center’s various exhibits, including a special month-long exhibit featuring local quilts, on display in January.

Main Street Quilt Displays – Lebanon’s downtown Main Street merchants will decorate their storefront windows in January with beautiful and unique quilts. View them all and collect a stamp on your Quilt Passport to be entered into a special drawing.

 

Make a weekend out of it!  Call 270.692.0021 or click to book your Bluegrass in the Bluegrass Getaway!
$210.70: 1-night Stay at Hampton Inn (Double Occupancy) with breakfast, 2 All-Inclusive KBMK Tickets, and 2 Lebanon souvenirs
$304.40: 2-night Stay

 

Extend your stay!

Come in a few days early or stay a few extra days to enjoy Lebanon’s many attractions!

Bourbon Related:

  • Tour Maker’s Mark Distillery, $7 per person. This is the only operating distillery in America to be designated a National Historic Landmark. Tours run Monday through Saturday from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. The distillery is closed on Sundays in January and February. Visitors 21 and older can dip their own bottle in Maker’s Mark’s signature red wax!
  • Get a tour from the master distiller at Limestone Branch Distillery, where it’s legal to make (and taste) moonshine! This ‘shine comes in all sorts of flavors, and the process is a unique one. Come see it for yourself as moonshine is distilled in a 150′gallon hand hammered copper pot still! Tours run Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, and on Sundays from 1 pm to 5 pm.
  • Bourbon is only as good as the barrels it’s aged in! Come see how these important barrels are made by hand, “fired” to precision, and checked for accuracy at the Kentucky Cooperage. Tours run Monday through Friday at 9:30 am and 1:00 pm. No open-toed shoes or cameras allowed.
  • Speaking of spirits, our new winery hasn’t officially opened yet, but you can still stop by and get a tasting at their temporary location. Try some of WhiteMoon Winery’s tasty spirits, and come back soon to try their new blends which will be stored in used bourbon barrels, giving them a very unique and delicious flavor.

 

The Spirits of Lebanon:

  • Explore the Loretto Motherhouse, built in 1812. Visit the art studio and newly opened Heritage Center where visitors can learn the history of the site, which contains a Slave Memorial and an AIDS Garden.
  • The first Catholic Church west of the Allegheny Mountains, Holy Cross Church was built in 1792. Step back in time as you visit this historic religious site.
  • The fallen from the Battle of Perryville and other veterans are interned at the Lebanon National Cemetery. Pay your respects to our fallen heroes, then take a drive through Lebanon on the Historic Homes Tour or Civil War Trail.

For a list of all the other attractions and things to do in Lebanon, visit the What To Do page to plan your trip.

 

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