Thank you for an amazing 2018!

Bluegrass is family, and we want to thank each and every one of you who were able to join us this year for our 2018 Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival.  It was a special weekend, made all the more special by the family and friends that joined us, and made it all possible.

Those of you who could not make it this year, know that you were missed, and we hope to see you this coming year.  It’s not the same without you, and we look forward to welcoming you home in 2019!

As you may know, 2019 marks 40 years of Bluegrass Music at Thomas Point Beach, and it is with much excitement that we formally announce our2019 Bluegrass Festival and invite you to our annual Bluegrass Family Reunion!

With that, we are excited to announce our first performer for our 2019 Main Stage Lineup!  We are honored to have the one and only Rhonda Vincent, a long time friend of the festival, and absolutely amazing artist, grace our stage for TWO DAYS (with a full set of workshops) on such an important year for us.

For more information and further announcements, please join us on FacebookInstagram, and online at

In closing, we would like to invite all of you to participate in a very short survey to better help us plan and continue to provide you with the world-class Bluegrass Festival you have come to know and love.

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Now that we have had a chance to recover from an amazing Labor Day Weekend, we are busy preparing for our final event of the season: Green Woods Roots & Culture Revival on September 28th, 29th and 30th.  Established in 2014 as a Reggae music festival on the slopes of the Mt. Arbram Ski Resort, Green Woods celebrates the Roots and Culture of Maine, the Mid-Coast, and Roots and Reggae Music.  Featuring a fantastic and eclectic line-up, from  The Dub Treatment, to The Mallett Brothers Band, this family-friendly 3-day event is sure to have something for everyone.

For more information and tickets, visit