It’s the gift for music lovers that you’ll want to keep for yourself—and on Black Friday you won’t have to leave home to take advantage of the best discount you’ll see all year! Starting November 25 on Black Friday, weekend passes to the 17th annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival will be on sale for $55 plus taxes and handling fees, (total cost $60.75), for four days only.
The $55 weekend wristband offer ends at 11:59 p.m. on Cyber Monday, November 28. Early bird ticket prices will increase to $62.50 beginning Tuesday, November 29 for the rest of the holiday season.
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, scheduled for September 15-17, 2017, draws around 50,000 people and is considered one of the most authentic roots music experiences in the world—partially due to it’s location in the heart of Bristol where the legendary 1927 Bristol Sessions Recordings were made. Visitors travel from as far away as Australia, Japan, and New Zealand to celebrate Bristol’s music roots—and its branches; Bristol Rhythm showcases more than 130 artists on 20 stages from a variety of genres including folk-rock, blues, old-time, celtic, bluegrass, and classic and alternative country. Past performers at the festival include a rich variety of acts including the late Dr. Ralph Stanley, Emmylou Harris, The Avett Brothers, The Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Indigo Girls, Steve Earle & The Dukes, The Drive-By Truckers, Patty Loveless, Moon Taxi, Steep Canyon Rangers, just to name a few.
Bristol Rhythm has achieved a number of prestigious awards since its inception in 2001. Just this year the festival earned the Bronze Pinnacle from the International Festivals and Events Association and was also recently named Event of the Year by the Southeast Tourism Society. Bristol Rhythm was also listed among RollingStone Magazine’s top country tours and festivals of the year in 2016.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.BirthplaceOfCountryMusic.org or in person at The Museum Store inside the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, located at 520 Birthplace of Country Music Way in Historic Downtown Bristol, Virginia/Tennessee.