The Jenny Brook Sugar House Stage is a place to gather as soon as the Main Stage Show shuts down.
Artists from the Main Stage join in and jam with the audience. You never know who will show up at the Sugar House!
Have you ever dreamed of playing music with some of your favorite performers? If so, then Jenny Brook is the place to be!
Great place to make memories!!!
In 2021 the Artists’ Stage will be gathering performers to talk about their instrument, singing techniques, etc., or to perform for you.
Make sure to check out at least one of the showcases during the festival. You’ll enjoy a unique performance that’s available nowhere else but at the Jenny Brook Family Bluegrass Festival!
The Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival is very family-focused, with a great Kids Zone. All activities are free! The schedule has not been confirmed for 2021 but as usual, there will be numerous activities to keep our younger Jenny Brookers busy. After a long day, they can make plans to enjoy the movie theater!
No, unfortunately, all of the classes are held at the same time on
Saturday from 2 until 4:30 pm. But all of the teachers have additional
availability and we recommend you ask the teacher about other
options, such as a private lesson at another time.
The classes will be held at various locations throughout the festival, usually at the instructor’s own campsite. Your teacher will instruct you as to where to go for your class at your Meet & Greet.
You need to bring an instrument, a chair, preferably a folding (armless) chair, and $35.
No registration is required. Your instructor will collect the fee at the festival.
All classes require at least 3 students at a minimum and a maximum of 9 students per class. The maximum class size ensures that every student gets a small group learning environment, and the minimum ensures that you will be learning with someone else.
Yes, you are welcome to make an audio recording of your class,
provided you agree not to post it on the internet or share it widely.
Video recording is not allowed without explicit permission from your
teacher. Some teachers may even record the class for you and send you
a copy later.