April 5, 2014

Bluegrass fest will serenade Reding Farm

— The Washita River Bottom Bluegrass Jubilee is just around the corner offering three days of fiddles and vittles for music fans big and little.

The jubilee will begin on the evening of May 9 and jam out until Sunday afternoon on May 11. Presented by Red Silo Productions, the event will take place at the Reding Farm in Chickasha, famous for having the largest corn maize in Oklahoma.

There is an impressive lineup of bluegrass bands: The Flying Horse Band, Mountain Smoke, Red Dirt Rangers, Southbound Mule, Tyrannosaurus Chicken, The Byron Berline Band and Klondike 5 String Band.

There will be more than ten food vendors selling a variety of fair style foods. To wash it down, there will be Oklahoma wineries offering wine tastings as well as beer vendors selling beer for consumption at the festival. In addition, there will be several vendors selling arts, crafts and jewelry.  

Tickets are $17 per day or $44 for a weekend pass. Campsite rental Friday or Saturday night is $22 and includes firewood for the evening. Campsites are limited and available for reservation only. First come, first serve.

Tickets can be purchased and campsites can be reserved online at Tickets can also be purchased at the gate during the jubilee.

The event is free for children 10 and under. Tokens for the children's rides will be available at an additional cost. Rides include the cow train, corn cannon, hayride and more.

There will be limited seating, so it is recommended that attendees bring their own lawn chairs. No drinks, food or ice coolers are allowed within the concert area.

Vendors can still sign up by contacting Reding Farms at 405.222.0624 or emailing

The Washita River Bottom Bluegrass Jubilee is sponsored by First National Bank and Trust Co., Tener's, Steagall Oil, Livingston Machinery Company, Chickasha Chamber of Commerce, Standridge Equipment, Apache Farmers Cooperative, Teague's Body Shop, Friendly Travel, Oklahoma Gazette, Chickasha Antique Auto Club and LaForge Properties.

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