Festival golf cart taxis:

Image result for golf cart iconMarianne Vogie will be  managing the TAXI service calls and volunteer scheduling.  Sandra Carnes cannot attend the festival this fall.
Need a TAXI, CALL: 260-302-1555
DAYS: Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Sun.
HOURS: 1/2 hour BEFORE any stage show UNTIL the shows are over and the stage is cleared.
VOLUNTEERS (individuals with a valid driver’s license) are ALWAYS welcome to drive a “Taxi” for a 2 hour shift. Sign-up sheets will be posted at the gazebo which is just north of the merchants building and across from Marianne's white Sunnybrook 5th wheel. Marianne asks anyone calling for a TAXI to stand outside your RV/site, so driver can easily spot you. THANKS!

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A single membership is just $10 and $15 for two at the same address. The membership and newsletters would start now allowing the holder to purchase weekend tickets to the Memorial and Labor day festivals at a $5 discount! Register and pay prior to May 23 to get a discount for a weekend ticket!

Find the membership form here or click on the "Become a member" icon

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 Next NIBGA Jam  at the SWCC Oct. 15, 2017 Image result for bluegrass jam icon
 
2017 some of the Labor Day weekend Bands
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We are looking for 2-4 musicians to provide a few gospel selections for our Worship In The Park church service on Sunday morning August 27. Can you give any referrals?
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@MuncieThreeTrailsMusicSeries is proud to present a FREE concert by bluegrass supergroup The Earls of Leicester featuring Jerry Douglas @EarlsofL on Friday, August 4th, 7 PM at @Canancommons in downtown Muncie, I(N. Please join us for this great show. https://www.facebook.com/events/1854104618172573/

The Earls of Leicester with Jerry Douglas at Canan CommonsAugust 4, 2017, 7:00pmMuncie Three Trails Music SeriesThe @[292246147616224:274:Earls of Leicester] will perform a FREE outdoor concert as part of the 2017 @[357062854398079:274:Muncie Three Trails Music Series]. The concert will take place at 7:00 PM on Friday, August 4th at @[399799963364311:274:Canan Commons] (500 S. Walnut St.) in the heart of @[25187888621:274:Downtown Muncie], IN. Indianapolis based @[195406290515120:274:Flatland Harmony Experiment] will open.

The Earls of Leicester have discovered a kind of magic that, when harnessed, allows moments once relegated to memories to roar back to life. Old sounds rattle loose chains of space and time that have kept us from forgotten joys and who we once were. Suddenly, as we listen to and watch the Earls pick, saw, and croon, instead of contemplating once upon a time, we are living it. “Many audience members have come up to me after a show and said, ‘I thought that sound was gone,’” says Dobro master Jerry Douglas, the group’s founder. “And that’s just how it struck me when the band rehearsed the first time. I hadn’t heard that sound since Flatt and Scruggs––experienced that meeting in the air of those notes in that particular way. It’s an emotional experience.”

The Earls are made up of some of the finest artists in bluegrass today: Jerry Douglas - dobro (and producer); Shawn Camp - lead vocals and guitar; Charlie Cushman – banjo; Johnny Warren – fiddle; Barry Bales – bass and vocals; and Jeff White - mandolin and high harmonies. The band released its eponymous debut in 2014 to immediate acclaim, winning the 2015 Grammy for Bluegrass Album of the Year as well as numerous plaudits at the International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, including Entertainer of the Year, Instrumental Group of the Year, Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and Dobro Player of the Year. Rattle & Roar followed in 2016. To capture the feel of a live show, the album was recorded in one room, with all of the band members in a line, no separation between them. “This is about as live as a record can be. I hope listeners can hear the fun that’s going on,” Camp says. “They’re listening to everything go down, right then, at that moment.” And once again, the Earls won multiple awards at IBMA including repeating both as Entertainer of the Year and Dobro Player of the Year, while also carrying away trophies for Banjo Player of the Year and Bass Player of the Year.

The Muncie Three Trails Music Series is unique in the state of Indiana as the only annual music series featuring current recording artists of national stature and critical acclaim in FREE public concerts. Other 2017 series artists are @[18176150372:274:Bettye LaVette], @[78127513720:274:Flor de Toloache - Mariachi Femenino], and
@[113401413659:274:Pokey LaFarge]. Full information about the series and all 2017 artists can be found at www.munciemusicseries.com
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The Earls of Leicester with Jerry Douglas at Canan Commons

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