Road Trippin’ Takes Viewers Along the Blue Ridge Music Trails of North Carolina

Summer is the time to hit the road to great music along the Blue Ridge Music Trails of North Carolina.  Recently fourteen partners joined in a two-week promotion of the music at their venues on Road Trippin’, a production of WLOS TV in Asheville.

Take a look at these videos and you’ll find a reason to grab your car keys and head out on your own road trip along the Blue Ridge Music Trails of Northa Carolina. 

 

Wilkes Heritage Museum - Home of the Blue Ridge Music Hall of Fame

 

Bluff Mountain Festival - Great bluegrass music, local arts, food & beautiful setting at this mountain festival.

Bryson City, Music in the Mountains - A free concert series at the historic depot held the 1st Saturday from June - Oct.

Concerts on the Creek in Downtown Sylva - Summer long outdoor series each Friday night.

Earl Scruggs Center - This center celebrates the life & story of this legendary 5-string banjo master.

Historic Downtown Lenoir - Music is everywhere from the downtown streets of the main city Lenoir to Happy Valley!

Cherokee Homestead Exhibit - Site of the Cherokee Heritage Festival & open air exhibit depicting life ca. 1650-1750. 

Backstreet Park Concert Series in Ashe County - Experience the best in traditional music all summer long!

Waynesville Street Dances - These street dances feature live mountain music, demos and instruction by local cloggers.

The Orchard at Altapass - 106 year old apple orchard and award winning Appalachian Culture Center.

Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center - Home to an artisan gallery, summer concert series, festivals and programs.

Mountain Dance and Folk Festival and Shindig on the Green - Home of nation's longest running folk festival and free concert series.

High Country of Western North Carolina - Celebrate traditional mountain music from Grandfather Mountain to Friday night jam at Crossnore in Avery County.

Yadkin Cultural Arts Center - Venue for artists of all types and a place where audinces will be exposed to the best.