Southwest Virginia Mini Stage

Join us throughout the weekend in Cumberland Park for special music at the gazebo between sets. 

Schedule Includes:
Friday, Sept. 20:
5:15 p.m. Nobody’s Business
7:00 p.m. Five Mile Mountain Road

Saturday, Sept. 21:
1:00 p.m. Crooked Road Ramblers
3:00 p.m. Twin Creeks Stringband
5:00 p.m.  Bailey George and Jukebox Jess
7:00 p.m.  Martha Spencer, Jamie Collins & Abby, The Spoon Lady

Sunday, Sept. 22:
1:00 p.m. New Macedon Rangers
3:00 p.m. Empty Bottle String Band

In partnership with Floyd Country Store

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About the Bands

Nobodys Business
Nobody’s Business is a band from Southwest Virginia that plays traditional first generation bluegrass, old time stringband and classic era country.

Five Mile Mountain Road
Five Mile Mountain Road brings you old-time music with a fresh approach. From the old-time sounds of Charlie Poole and the fiddle music of Clark Kessinger, to first-generation Blue Grass music and original arrangements of western swing, to ragtime and jazz, Five Mile Mountain Road presents an authentic old-time experience reminiscent of the music once heard at dance halls and theaters in days gone by.

The Crooked Road Ramblers
The Crooked Road Ramblers are an old-time band from Southwest Virginia, steeped in the traditional music of the Blue Ridge. You can find them providing a mixture of instrumental dance music, old ballads and traditional country and bluegrass at notable venues across the region like the Carter Family Fold, Houstonfest, the Albert Hash Memorial Festival, Floyd Country Store and the Wayne Henderson Festival They have won 1st place in the old-time band category at the Ashe County, Alleghany County, Laurel Bloomery, Fries & Union Grove Fiddlers Conventions in addition to being named the old time instrumental group of the year at the 2014 Blue Ridge Acoustic Uprising.

Twin Creeks Stringband
Old-time dance music & bluegrass songs with a old time beat. The Twin Creeks Stringband is a direct spin off of the legendary Dry Hill Draggers band out of Franklin County. They have a particular, driving old-time beat which is irresistable to dancers. They are popular performers around Southwest Virginia.

Martha Spencer, Abby The Spoon Lady
Bio coming soon.

New Macedon Rangers
Bio coming soon.

The Empty Bottle String Band
Bio coming soon.