Tickets will be sold through the Brewgrass Website via
etix and the Brewgrass Facebook Page.
Online tickets for the 2013 Brewgrass Festival will be
going on sale Saturday June 15, 2013 at 10:00am.
Each year in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, we gather over 40 American breweries to showcase more than 120 different beers. We add a great lineup of national and regional bluegrass musicians that, in the past, has included such notables as Cadillac Sky, Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Infamous String Dusters, Dry Branch Fire Squad, J.D. Crowe, The Osborne Brothers, Norman Blake, Tony Trischka, Jim Lauderdale, Valerie Smith, Tony Furtado, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Sons Of Ralph. We also feature a variety of area food vendors and plenty of water.
Put all these things together and you have the ingredients for the perfect beer day.
You can find all the information you need to attend the festival right here, including:
- Purchasing Tickets
- Checking out the musical or brewers line-up
- Buying festival merchandise
- Getting directions to the festival or finding an area hotel room
By purchasing tickets to the Brewgrass Festival you agree to be bound by the Terms of Sale listed below.
- Children - This is an event for adults. But if you have to bring the kids, they are welcomed for the price of a designated driver ticket. Kids under 7 get in free.
- All sales are final. No refunds.
- Event is held rain or shine.
- No re-entry allowed.
Rules & Regulations
- Backpacks are allowed
- Handheld Umbrella are allowed
- Chairs are allowed
- No one under 18 without parent.
- No coolers.
- No pets.
- No frisbees, footballs or any other flying objects.
- No Tents
- No ATM on site – please bring plenty of cash.
- Please DO NOT park in the neighborhood. Park in a downtown lot and walk to Martin Luther King Park. It’s easy. Here’s a map of nearby garages.
- Absolutely no re-entry allowed.
- Festival organizers, at their discretion, reserve the right to deny access to the event or to expel from the event anyone who jeopardizes the safety of festival attendees, event staff or themselves.