Upcoming Festivals! Summer Highlights! Music Video

 Hey Folks,

We have had the most amazing summer this year! Read on to hear more about our highlights. And like us on Facebook to see all our pics and news from the road. The fun isn't over yet folks! We're looking forward to these upcoming festivals below for this fall. Go to our tour page to see our full schedule. We are really psyched to be playing at these awesome festivals this year! Hope to see you around! 

Sept 15th Bristol VA/TN Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion

Nov 10,11th Brooksville, FL Riverhawk

Nov 28th-Dec 16 All over Germany Bluegrass Jamboree

Summer Highlights

June-Pagosa Springs Bluegrass Festival

We love Pagosa! Between the hot springs, the wonderful people, food, and scenery... you can't go wrong. We spent a few days teaching Kate Hamre's "Bluegrass Camps for Kids" before the festival (awesome, talented children!). Then went on to have a great time all weekend pickin' and getting to see some of our fav bands and friends The Deadly Gentlemen, Eli and Cahalen, and Finders and Youngberg. Definitely a highlight!


ROMP was an awesome festival in Owensboro KY put on by the Internationl Bluegrass Music Museum. They put on a super great festival with Vince Gill, The Punch Brothers, Old Crow, and a great new band find for me (Angela) was Pokey La Farge, plus many many others. We didn't get any pictures from the festy because it was over 100 degrees every day we were there. We barely survived... ok maybe a little dramatic... but seriously it was freakin hot.

July- Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival

We had a really great time at Grey Fox. It was our first time to the new festival site, and it was awesome. A whole musicians camp area, and three great stages of music... we were running around the whole time trying to catch all of the great acts. Angela, Nora Jane and Jason even sat in with Anne and Pete Sibley on Sunday morning. What a treat. We gave out tons of fun meters! You should check out Della Mae, and Tornado Rider!

July- La Roche Bluegrass Festival

OMG! We went to France! I've never had so much fresh bread and cheese in my life! And guess what! The people in La Roche were very sweet! We had the best time, and even got to pick some tunes with some great gypsy swing players. I also found out that Bluegrass music is more popular percentage wise in the Czech Republic than it is in the USA. Over 300 Bluegrass bands there. Whoa!

August- Mountain Stage

We got to make our 3rd appearance on the awesome NPR radio show "Mountain Stage" but this time it was in Fairbanks Alaska and featured tons of great Alaskan bands. It was such a treat to share the stage with Steve Brown and the Bailers, Pat and Robin, and Susan Grace with her inspirational Alaskan songs that brought a tear to my eye. A touching evening of passionate muscians and music and audience members in Alaska.

August-Kantishna Music Festival in Denal National Park

To top off the whole summer... we got to drive all the way to the end of the road in Denali National Park and see hours of breaktaking mountain scenes, and animals like this bear! Click here to see more pics on Facebook. Once again, MANY awesome bands... some favs to check out were Tim Easton and Sweet Ginger Heat.

Unfortunately our River Rafting trip was cancelled due to wild fire threats. We are soo sorry we didn't get to do the trip... and we are excited to try again for next year. Our hearts go out to all the people who have been affected by wild fires this year. There's a lot of you. : (


Also check out our newest music video for the song Midnight in Montana! We made it ourselves while travelling through Montana last fall. Hope you like it!! Click here to watch it!

Thanks for keeping up with Bearfoot! Hope to see you soon!!

Love, Bearfoot


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