Rescue Junction

Rescue Junction is an award-winning Canadian bluegrass band based in Ontario that has been travelling and singing together since 2009. Originally comprised of brother and sister, Kyle & Kaitlyn Gerber on mandolin and guitar respectively, the band has grown to include Roger Martin on banjo, Dallas Roth on upright bass and Nick Huber on dobro.

Rescue Junction is playing on Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 6:45pm.

GET YOUR TICKETS here: https://mudcreekbluegrassfestival.com

Granite Hill

Granite Hill is based out of Southwestern Ontario and includes members with many years of experience in bluegrass and other musical genres. They entertain with a mixture of contemporary and traditional bluegrass material, including harmony vocals, dynamic instrumentals, and even a few numbers imported from country or folk.

Granite Hill are playing on Thursday at 6pm, Saturday at 11:45am, and Sunday at 2pm

The Highbanks Bluegrass Band is playing on Saturday at 3 pm and 7:45 pm!

HighBanks is one of the most entertaining bluegrass bands you’ll find anywhere. The band draws from a wide variety of material including traditional bluegrass music, pop and show tunes, country, originals and more. Their outstanding instrumental talent and tight vocal harmonies bring new life to many of the standards that bluegrass fans are familiar with as well as creating innovative arrangements for originals and songs drawn from other genres. This is a group you don’t want to miss!

Fundraiser Success!

The Fundraiser Concert for the Mud Creek Bluegrass Festival on October 21 at Ye Olde Towne Hall -160 Main St Ailsa Craig was a great success!

Fundraiser for Mud Creek Bluegrass Festival

October 21, 2023, 7PM -9 PM
Doors Open at 6:30

Ye Olde Towne Hall -160 Main St Ailsa Craig ON

$10/person 

 Pay at the door.

Refreshments available

Featuring Granite Hill Bluegrass

The band’s repertoire includes newer & traditional material, harmony vocals, and instrumentals.

Proudly Sponsored by Middlesex County – Department of Economic Development and Tourism