How to get cheapest tickets for Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2019

 The award-winning annual Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion is back. What started as an event of paying homage to raw American Country music has now gained worldwide popularity and host to 2009's Best Destination Event award. So, gear yourself for the three-day adventure with 19 lofty stages and saga of 120+ terrific bands. The festival starts on September 20th and runs through the 22nd

Ticket prices for Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion'19

The three-day non-profit music festival  cost you around $110 for a 3-day pass, with that price going up to $125 at the door.

🎟️Visit Vendini to purchase three-day Passes

A Friday ticket costs you around $50, while Saturday and Sunday passes cost $75 and $45, respectively. Children aged twelve or below can enjoy free entry and open music at the twin-city venue. There's also Children's day on Saturday at Anderson Street Park that is completely free.

🎟️ Visit Vendini to purchase Friday Pass

🎟️ Visit Vendini to purchase Saturday Pass

🎟️ Visit Vendini to purchase Sunday Pass

ALL TICKETS PURCHASED AFTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 WILL NOT BE MAILED. PLEASE BRING YOUR TICKET RECEIPT TO THE GATE AT THE FESTIVAL TO EXCHANGE FOR A WRISTBAND.

 

Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion'19 Lineup 

The twin cities of Bristol at Virginia and Tennessee are going to play host to some of the nation's most sought-after bands and charming songsters. For the full schedule of time, visit the Birthplaceofcountrymusic.org

Friday Lineup at Bristol, Virginia includes:

Acoustic Syndicate, The Lil Smokies, Sam Bush, Darin and Brooke Aldridge, Sister Sadie, The Gibson Brothers, Western Centuries, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys, Tameca Jones, The Dip, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Wayne Graham, The Reeves Brothers, Zephaniah OHora, Beth Snapp, The Fritz, Juice, The New Respects, The Boys, Time Sawyer, Bill & The Belles, Circus No. 9, Virginia Ground, The Broadcast and Scythian. 

Friday Lineup for Bristol, Tennessee includes:

Annie Robinette, The Worthless Son in Laws, Loose Leaves, Fritz & Co., Kelsey Rae, Zephaniah OHora, JP Harris, Western Centuries, Ragged Sally, Jason "Hoss" Hicks, Danni Nicholls, Corklickers, Curse of Lono, Indighost, The Honey Badgers, The Farmer & Adele, Sammy Guns, Joy Blair, Cotton Hill, Virginia West, Jake Quillin Band, My New Favorites, L.A. Edwards, Brother Oliver, A Great Disaster, Andrew Scotchie and River Rats. 

 

Saturday Lineup at Bristol, Virginia includes:

Belle Plaine, Dillon Carmichael, Jason Eady, Jim Lauderdale, Wynonna & The Big Noise, Juice, The New Respects, Dustbowl Revival, Daniel Norgren, Lucy Dacus, CAAMP, Yarn, Travers Brothership, The Broadcast, Town Mountain, The Lil Smokies, Acoustic Syndicate, The Happy Fits, Michigan Rattlers, Cordovas, Birdtalker, Matt Maeson, Scythian, Green Grass Cloggers & Possum Creek Playboys, Loose Leaves, Beth Snapp,The Dirty Grass Players, Missy Raines, Hogslop String Band, Brother Oliver, JP Harrison, C2 and the Brothers Reed, The Happy Fits, Annie Robinette, Mike Farris, Lauren Morrow, Radio Bristol's Farm and Fun Time Show and The Broadcast. 

Saturday Lineup at Bristol, Tennessee includes:

The Old Chevrolette Set, Andrew Scotchie and the River Rats, If Birds Could Fly, The Reeves Brothers, Jason "Hoss" Hicks, Jason Eady, Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys, Bob Livingston, The Sisterhood Band, Jamie Lin Wilson, Tameca Jones, Joy Blair, Cotton Hill, Empty Bottle Stringband, My One and Only, Chatham Rabbits, Momma Molasses, A Great Disaster, Sammy Guns, The Worthless Son in Laws, The Old Chevrolette Set, Brother Oliver, L.A. Edwards, Time Sawyer, Daniel Norgren, Pierce Edens, Martha Spencer & Frank Rische, Chatham Rabbits, Boppin' Bailey George & Jukebox Jessica Stiles, The Boys, Ben Gilmer, Ragged Sally, Nicholas Jamerson, Victor Lawson & Boogie Chillen, Justin Fedor, JP Parsons, Indighost, Jake Quillin Band, The Honey Badgers, Vaden Landers, The Whiskey Sticks, The Farmer & Adele, Breaking Tradition and Fritz & Co. as well. 

 

 Sunday Lineup for Bristol, Virginia includes:

Scythian, Jim Lauderdale, Folk Soul Revival, Missy Raines, Volume Five, Carolina Blue, Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out, Bob Livingston, Lauren Morrow, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Michigan Rattlers, Mike Farris, Lost Dog Street Band, The Black Lillies, Bella Raye, Dillon Carmichael, The Sisterhood Band, Amythyst Kiah, Annabelle's Curse, C2 and the Brothers Reed, Carson Peters & Iron Mountain, US Navy Country Current Bluegrass Band, Belle Plaine, Town Mountain, The Vegabonds, High Fidelity, Circus No. 9 and Volume Five.

 

 Sunday Lineup for Bristol, Tennessee includes:

A Great Disaster, Justin Fedor, 49 Winchester, US Navy Country Current Bluegrass Band, Jamie Lin Wilson, The Reeves Brothers, Chris Jamison, Fanny & The Paper Straws, Kelsey Rae, The Resonant Rogues, Jake Quillin Band, My New Favorites and Ian Feathers Band. 


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