Deep Summer Bluegrass Festival 2015

Deep Summer Bluegrass FestivalWe hope you have plans to attend the Deep Summer Bluegrass Festival August 26-29 at Melody Ranch. All events are inside the air conditioned Chrystal Opry House. A potluck supper will kick-off the Festival on August 26th at 6 pm. The potluck supper is free to campers but if you aren’t camping you can still join in the fun for $5. Please make reservations by calling 903-546-6893. Jamming will follow the supper.

The Deep Summer Bluegrass Festival is an opportunity for anyone who enjoys country, gospel and bluegrass music to come together for four days of camping, jammin’ and enjoying performances by some of the most talented musicians in the country.

The gospel section of the Deep Summer Bluegrass Festival begins on Thursday evening beginning at 6 pm. We have Tanner Young & Friends, Dueling Hearts, Phil Ferguson and Texas True, and Copper Canyon for that evening

Friday’s events begin at 1 pm with Pearl and the Polka dots, Janet Schaffer and The Upper Grassmen, Dueling Hearts, and Mark Phillips & IIIrd Generation Bluegrass Band.  The evening performance will begin at 6:00 pm.

Saturday’s musical events begin at 1:00 pm with Tin Top Road, Southbound Mule, Blue Valley III, and Mark Phillips & IIIrd Generation Bluegrass Band.  The evening performances will begin at 6:00 p

The Chrystal Opry house is located at 1977 White Mound Road, Sherman, Texas which is 1.5 miles west of Tom Bean or 6 miles east of Howe on FM 902 and a half mile south on White Mound Road.  No alcohol is permitted and there is no smoking inside the building. Seating is provided.

Food is available at the snack bar inside the Opry House during the shows. They serve hamburgers, hot dogs, chopped brisket sandwiches, and during the dinner hour on Friday and Saturday evening, they will serve an enchilada, beans, and rice plate.

Individuals or bands interested in performing at the Chrystal Opry House should contact Bill Hayes at 903-546-6893 or

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