Heartland Bluegrass Music Association of Florida
Bluegrass music is one of America's only original forms of music. As such it is worthy of preservation, promotion, and participation by a dedicated group of people. We believe that this music engenders a sense of belonging, encourages musicians and spectators alike to come together and share their love and appreciation for this aspect of Americana. To many of us, it is a “family,” because regardless of where we go to hear or play bluegrass music, we are warmly welcomed and embraced by other bluegrassers.
Our Mission: "To preserve, encourage and promote traditional Bluegrass music and its evolving variants, and to provide a venue and a matrix within which we bring together those persons desiring to preserve, encourage and promote said music."
Winter 2019 Update
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We have had a shortage of shows due to Covid, but be back monthly starting in October,
and looking forward to great bands and great turnouts for our events. We will be in the rear section for the "season." look ahead and see what's on the schedule for the upcoming months. You might want to save this to make sure you have dates and bands correct.
Each event, except the New Year's weekend one, falls on the 4th weekend of the month. While in the rear section, the Country Kitchen concession stand will open on Saturdays from 11 AM-3 PM.
For camping info, call 863 494 1820
Bands and Show Dates , Fall/Winter 2020-2021
Planning your bluegrass event calendar for the summer season? Here's Heartland's show schedule for the next few months!
First weekend back!
Heartland Jam Band
Justin Mason and Blue Night
Looking forward to seeing all of our seasonal and year-round friends in the bluegrass section in the rear of the park for great bluegrass on the 4th weekend of the month throughout the season, October-April! We move to the rec hall in the front section from May through September.
We are anticipating an exceptional year, with great entertainment, lots of jamming,
and our Saturday mornings will be a great asset with slow jam and instrument workshops being once again available. Be sure to bring your own chairs for the events in the back section of the park. Seating is provided for shows in the rec hall.
Bluegrass people are the best, and it is all of you that make Heartland so successful. Thank you, Heartland Members!
For more information: (941) 467-2051