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River and Roots 2017
River and Roots 2017 benefits the Shenandoah River
Back again this year…Fiddle Camp!
Fiddle Music Camp – River and Roots 2017 – Ever wanted to try fiddle? This all ages camp is a fun and relaxing time to learn a few tunes, whether you are a beginner or advanced. Something for everyone! Come on out and fiddle by the river. Malia Furtado, David Van Deventer and Stacey Sinclair will be teaching this year at River and Roots Festivals Fiddle Music Camp on Tuesday 6/20/17 thru Friday from 1 pm thru 3 pm each day, Friday will be 1-2 pm. This camp is for all ages and all levels. Students should come with a working fiddle and a way to record (most smart phones have a record app). Tuition is $100 for all 4 days and does not include the early arrival festival ticket (some day parking will be available for day trippers)
Space is limited sign up now. More info and tickets.
Join the fun
Fiddle Music Camp – River and Roots (pic from 2016) – Tuition is $100 for all 4 days and does not include the early arrival festival ticket (some day parking will be available for day trippers) .
Space is limited, Sign up now.
River and Roots Festival at Watermelon Park Campground
We are so excited about the 4th annual River and Roots Festival at Watermelon Park Campground this year! Here is some of what is happening..
Feed the Festival Farmers Market
Local Farmers Market – Stock up for the Festival Friday afternoon at our on-site Farmers Market! We will be having four of the best local farmers selling you meats and vegetables for grilling. Do your weekend festival food shopping here folks, for the highest quality meats and veggies. Learn about your local farmers and be a part of the solution.
2016 River and Roots award raised $4000 to support the Friends of the Shenandoah
River and Roots Festival is proud to announce the we were able to raise $4000 this year for the Friends of the Shenandoah . Thanks to Jason Dengler at Wildwood Landscape and Tony Furioso for sponsoring the Recycling, Jon Lohman and the Virginia Folklife Program for sponsoring the Harris Brothers, and Chip Schutte for sponsoring the Guitar Week teacher All-Stars. And thanks to the Piedmont Environmental Council, and The Downstream Project.