. For those who purchased tickets to this year's event, we have three options available:
1. Transfer your tickets to 2021.
2. Donate all, or a portion, of your ticket purchase. ROMP Festival is produced by the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum, a non-profit organization dedicated to music education and the preservation of bluegrass music. All donations are tax deductible.
3. Receive a full refund.
Although music will not play from the ROMP stage at Yellow Creek Park the last weekend of June, the show will go on, virtually. We are planning a week-long celebration via social media beginning June 22nd featuring video and image highlights from past festivals dating back to the first ROMP in 2004.
Closed until further notice.
The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum reopened to the public June 17th and has since welcomed visitors from Kentucky, Nebraska, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, and South Dakota. The Hall of Fame is celebrating July 4th with live music hosted by executive director, Chris Joslin. The live music presentation is included with paid admission to the museum and will occur within the exhibit space at the Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame is open July 4th from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, and the music presentations will occur at 11:30, 1:00, and 3:00.
Joslin, commented, “Before we closed to the public in mid-March due to COVID-19, we routinely hosted large groups from the travel industry, schools, private tour groups, and church groups, and almost always included a live music component. I want those who visit the Hall of Fame to experience the music by actively participating.”
The 30-minute live music presentation is equal parts entertainment, instrument demonstration, sing-a-long, and education. With paid admission, visitors have the option to register upon arrival at the Hall of Fame for a reserved spot for one of the live music presentations.
Bluegrass Anonymous, Louisville’s Bluegrass Music Association, is dedicated to promoting and supporting bluegrass music, preserving its tradition, and nurturing its growth by providing inclusive opportunities for pickin’, singin’, and listenin’.
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Bluegrass Anonymous is a Louisville, KY based music association dedicated to promoting and supporting bluegrass music, preserving it's tradition, and nurturing it's growth by providing opportunities for pickin', singin' and listenin'. Our organization received non-profit 501c3 status from the IRS in 2006.
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