Bluegrass Evanston is a charitable organization
for public benefit that will produce an annual regional bluegrass festival to raise money for its educational initiative:  Providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged children living in impoverished areas around the world and in our own community and, advancing a culture of caring, awareness and empathy about global issues within our schools and community.

The Beer, Brats and Bluegrass festival is a free one day outdoor concert featuring four bands of varying musical styles from traditional and progressive bluegrass to Newgrass and will include artists, food and beverage booths. 

The festival will also host a kid’s fest, "Pop, Dogs and Songs" from noon until 3pm prior to the main event. The kid's fest will introduce youngsters to bluegrass music and will incorporate fun games such as hula hooping, and activities such as shoebox banjo making.

The artists booths will be comprised of fine artists displaying and selling their original artwork.  The artists selected will range from jewelry makers, fiber artists, potters and painters.  And, of course, there will be food and beverage booths serving throughout the day.

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This bluegrass festival in Evanston will serve to enhance economic development and cultural tourism, while providing the residents of Evanston, Bridger Valley and the Wasatch front with great musical entertainment, fine arts and a sense of community.  It also strives to pass on a love of bluegrass music to the next generation.

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