Off I-90, Exit 37 near Sturgis, SD

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Join us at the Rush No More Resort & Campground, located off I-90, Exit 37, near Sturgis, SD. Shows are held RAIN OR SHINE in a lovely outdoor concert area with a large building available for concerts in case of rain.

Show Times – Friday 6:30 pm; Saturday 1:30 & 6:30 pm; Sunday 10 am.
Price (at the gate) – Single Show $20; All Day Saturday $45; Weekend $55; Kids under 12 Free
Advance tickets available online at www.blackhillsbluegrass.com
The young family band BLUESTEMS from Elgin, ND will host a kids workshop: Introduction to
Bluegrass Music at the festival on Saturday morning from 11 am to 1:00 pm. All kids are invited to come
and learn about the instruments used and learn a bit about playing the music. Kids who already play one
of the instruments will have a chance to form a little band with the other players and learn a song to play
on the main stage. Please bring your own instrument if you have one. Kids with no experience will be
able to see an instrument up close and maybe become interested in learning to play. There will be some
instruments available for hands on if you do not have your own instrument. Kids are free when
accompanied by and adult with wristband.
Other workshops will be offered for Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Bass and Vocal Harmony, hosted by
the festival bands. Workshops are free to those with a wristband for any of the Festival Concerts.
Dates for the 41st Annual Black Hills Bluegrass Festival are June 24, 25, 26, 2022. There will be 3 full
concerts featuring the bands: CEDAR HILL from Missouri; LORI KING & JUNCTION 63 from Iowa;
BLUESTEMS from North Dakota. Players from the bands will also host workshops on their individual
instruments on Saturday morning. Sunday Morning Gospel music show will feature the Cedar Hill Band
and High Plains Tradition.
Tickets are available for: Single Show, All Day Saturday, or Weekend. Kids under age 12 are Free.
Admission to the Sunday Gospel Music Show is by Free Will Offering. Food will be available from the
Campground Kitchen throughout the festival. Breakfast will be available Saturday & Sunday.
No Dogs or Coolers are allowed in the Concert Area. Concerts will be held RAIN OR SHINE.


The festival is a family-friendly event and a great way to get together with your friends and family. There is a covered pavilion and a couple of indoor areas available for jamming.

  • Betty Kinney-Kaiser
  • Karrie Perkins

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