Discount Bristol Rhythm '19 Weekend Passes on Sale Black Friday - Birthplace of Country Music

Discount Bristol Rhythm ’19 Weekend Passes on Sale Black Friday

Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2019
Weekend Passes On Sale Black Friday

Annual Music Festival’s Deepest Discount of the Year

Bristol, Va.-Tenn. (November 2, 2018) – Every September in Historic Downtown Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia, a celebration of the twin cities’ music history fills the streets for a long weekend of great music. The event is Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, a music festival that honors the legendary 1927 Bristol Sessions and their lasting influence on the soundtrack of our lives.

Bristol Rhythm has hosted an astounding lineup of musicians from across genres over the years, including Old Crow Medicine Show, Emmylou Harris, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Dr. Ralph Stanley, The Indigo Girls, the Drive-By Truckers, and Buddy Guy. It’s the most anticipated music festival in the region for good reason, in addition to being located in the heart of the birthplace of country music.

Just in time for the holidays, early bird weekend passes to next year’s festival will go on sale on Black Friday, November 23, 2018 for $75, the lowest price you’ll see all year. The sale ends Monday, November 26 at midnight. Everyone is urged to take advantage of this discount and save! Deeply discounted weekend passes are available exclusively online at BristolRhythm.com and at The Museum Store inside the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, located at 101 Country Music Way, Bristol, Virginia.

Dates for the 19th annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival are scheduled for September 20-22, 2019 in Historic Downtown Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee. Click here for ticket link.

 

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