Lots of Camping
Pleasant Vendor's Areas
This year the stage and seating area will be rotated ninety degrees, eliminating the glare that was evident last year and vastly improving viewing. The arena is covered and comfortable with all facilities conveniently located nearby.
Seminole Wind does not seek to blow away the crowd with a great abundance of bands. Rather, quality is the watchword. Four strong national bands and two quality Florida bands come together to present pleasing bluegrass music, bringing great picking, strong vocals, and lively humor. Special Consensus has been touring for over thirty years with banjo great Greg Cahill at its head. Their combination of fine classic covers with innovative instrumentals gives a balanced and enjoyable program. Michael Cleveland is generally acknowledged as the master of traditional bluegrass fiddle as he re-creates the sounds of a number of great fiddlers with his own energy and interpretation. He has been named IBMA fiddler of the year nine times, dominating the first decade of the 21st century. Little Roy Lewis and Lizzy Long bring a comprehensive show built on the Lewis tradition of gospel singing and minstrel humor. Their chemistry is both amusing and musically satisfying. Don Rigsby has played with a number of fine bands, including his own, and is acknowledged as one of the great interpreters of traditional bluegrass music. Highway 41 South and Keith Bass & the Florida Bluegrass Express are both familiar to Florida audiences and are both entertaining and musical.
Greg Cahill of Special Consensus
Little Roy Lewis
Hwy 41 South
Keith Bass & the Florida Bluegrass Express
Mike & Mary Robinson
Emcee & Gospel Jam & Sing
How to Get to Seminole Wind
The Seminole Wind Bluegrass Festival promises to provide a well-rounded and enjoyable time. Come early to relax in the country setting and try to spend a little time getting to know the local people. See you there!
Keith & Darlene Bass
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