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Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on July 13, 2011

Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival Releases Official Line-Up for the 5 Day Festival and the Addition of DSACK to List of Non-Profit Organizations that will Receive Donations from Concert to be held July 27th-31st



PRESTONSBURG, KY(Monday, July 11, 2011)

The Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival released the official line-up for the 5 day event, adding Chris Knight to the already impressive roster of artists.  The Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky will join the list of local non-profit organizations receiving five percent of all tickets sales that will be evenly distributed amongst the charities.  The Pikeville College Booth Scholar Program will also receive a percentage of the profits from the Miller/Coors Beer

Garden sales.  An inflatable waterslide and obstacle course will be available for the kids at the event to be held July 27-31, 2011 at the Prestonsburg Equine Center at Stonecrest.




Below is the official artist line-up for the 2011 Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival:



Cecil Butcher

Chris Meade Band

Big Cedar Ramblers

Roger Dale

Wolf Creek Grass

Custom Made Bluegrass

Fast Lane

Appalachian Rain



Republik Steele

Black Powder express

Big Cedar Ramblers

Bluegrass Riot

East Kentucky Tyme

Custom Made Bluegrass

Appalachian Rain

Tyler Stephens

Josh Martin Band



Host Storme Warren

Cecil Butcher

Bluegrass Riot

Tyler Stephens

Dave Carrol & New River Line

Appalachian Rain

Cumberland River Band

Tommy Webb Band

Don Rigsby

Melvin Goins & Windy Mountain

Joe Diffie & New Found Road



Republik Steele

Black Powder Express

Karen Waldrup

Josh Slone and Coaltown

Danny Paisley & Southern Grass

Bluegrass Mountaineers

Coaltown Dixie

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road

The Roys

Chris Knight

J.D. Crowe


Sunday Mornin Service

Blue Moon Rising

Custom Made Bluegrass

Marty Raybon


Sunday Evening

CJ The DJ and East Kentucky Rain

Black Powder Express

Custom Made Bluegrass

Vince Combs & Shade Tree Grass

Blue Moon Rising

Dale Ann Bradley

Marty Raybon & Full Circle

Dailey & Vincent


Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky

DSACK is a non-profit volunteer organization comprised of families and professionals who are interested in bettering the lives of people with Down syndrome, and helping them to realize their life aspirations. DSACK’s ultimate goal is to provide support, resources, and opportunities for individuals with Down syndrome and their

families.  DSACK celebrates that ALL people are beautiful, capable, and loved!


Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival

The Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival is a five-day music festival that will be held July 27th-31st at the Prestonburg Equine Center at Stonecrest in Prestonburg, KY.  In its’ inception year, The Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival will captivate the audience with an artist lineup that includes J.D. Crowe, Joe Diffie, Dailey & Vincent and many more famous names from the country/bluegrass industry.  This festival will prove to be your family’s new tradition with delicious food, corn hole and horse shoe tournaments. The Blue Moon Mountain Bluegrass Festival’s all-star roster of pickers and grinners will have music echoing through the hills of Eastern Kentucky.  For more information please visit the Website:


Sponsors include Miller, Coors, Blue Moon, Pikeville RV, Coca-Cola, City of Prestonsburg, The Pikeville College Booth Scholars Program, Heritage House Inn, Law Offices of Moak & Nunnery PSC, Blue Highways TV, Shirt Gallery, Bud Light and Inter Mountain Cable. 


Local charities receiving donations from the festival include Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky, The Jordan Light Foundation, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Highlands Center for Autism, The Pikeville College Booth Scholars Program.

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