(NORMAN) - The best of Indiana bluegrass - including popular groups such as the Not Too Bad Bluegrass Band and Lost River Risin' - will be showcased when the Norman Station Conservation Club stages its annual outdoor Fall Bluegrass Festival Friday and Saturday.
Thirteen bluegrass and gospel bands will perform from 4-9 p.m. Friday and noon to 9 p.m. Saturday.
Campsites are available on the club's 3.5-acre lake. Call Ron Sage at (812) 869-0850 for a reservation.
The club is 4.5 miles north of U.S. 50 from the Leesville/Fort Ritner turn-off (Norman Road or Jackson County Road 1250 West). Go one-tenth of a mile east on County Road 450 North, or go three-quarter mile south of Ind. 58 at Norman Station stop sign, then one-tenth mile east on County Road 450 North. Watch for signs.
4 p.m.: Norman Station
4:50 p.m.: Kenny Creasy & Friends
5:40 p.m.: Shane & Tiffany Spriggs & Friends
6:30 p.m.: Hamilton Creek
7:20 p.m.: Not Too Bad Bluegrass Band
8:10 p.m.: Lost River Risin'
Noon: Lonely Hearts
12:50 p.m.: Mount Liberty Way
l:40 p.m.: Leatherwood Valley
2:30 p.m.: Dillard Creek
3:20 p.m.: Kyper Creek
4:10 p.m.: Hickory Wind
5 p.m.: Best Durn Ryde
5:50 p.m.: James White & Deer Creek
6:40 p.m.: Sure Shot Turkey Dusters
7:30 p.m.: Blue Mafia
8:10 p.m.: Blossom Creek
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