Here is All You Need To Know To Go To The Brookdale Bluegrass Costanoa Winterfest 2014:
Cabin Fever Festival Fun: The annual (since 1998) winter Brookdale Bluegrass gathering offers the chance to enjoy the fun of a summer festival amidst the seasonal rains in Northern California. Indoor performances and jams will help chase away the December bluegrass blues! The weekend event is welcomed by the Northern California Bluegrass Society.
Tickets: Plenty will be available Online in advance for $30 and at the door for $35.
Lodging: A wide variety of accommodations in available at Costanoa Lodge & Campground, including lodge rooms, tent cabins, regular cabins, RV camping, and tent camping.
FRIDAY, December 12
Open Jams (free admission)
SATURDAY, December 13
11:00am — BanjerDan’s Banjo Workshop
Noon — Lunch Break
1:00pm — Rainy Day Ramblers
2:00 — Bluegrass Roundup
3:00 — Peg Leg Reza & Blue Shoes
4:00 — Dinner Break and Ukekele Jam With Peg Leg Reza
6:00 — Sugar By The Pound
7:00 — Brookdale Bluegrass Band With Scott Gates
8:00 — Scott Gates & Eric Antrim
9:00 – The Naked Bootleggers
10:00 — Saturday Night Jamming
From The San Francisco Bay Area: Go west on Highway 92 to Half Moon Bay, then left (south) on Highway 1 for 25 miles. From Santa Cruz: Go north on Highway 1 for 25 miles.
Costanoa Lodge is south of the town of Pescadero, halfway between Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz, off the east side of Highway 1. The address is 2001 Rossi Road, Pescadero, CA 94060.
Weather: This is an indoor festival. Outside: Partly Cloudy. FRIDAY NIGHT: Low 44. SATURDAY: High 60, Low 44.
Services: Costanoa offers a nice restaurant and bar and a camp store for your convenience. The nearby town of Pescadero has several restaurants and stores, plus a gas station. The Highway 1 Brewing Co. is a few miles up Highway 1 from Costanoa.
And remember — All of your friends will be there!