GRAY – Breakin’ Strings, one of Maine’s young bluegrass bands, will perform at the Stonehedge Bluegrass Festival scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 15-17.

The 100-acre, 200-year-old historic farm dedicated to preserving the old way makes for an ideal setting for the music traditions handed down for generations.

Among the performers will be Breakin Strings, Gospel Jam, The Robinsons, White Mountain Bluegrass, Seth Sawyer, Carolina Sonshine, Katadin Valley Boys, Steep Canyon Rangers, Valerie Smith, Liberty Pike, Randy Waller and the Country Gentlemen, Jerks of Grass, The Grassholes and Muddy Marsh.

Admission is $60 for a three-day pass, $15 for Friday, $25 for Saturday ($15 after 5 p.m.) and $15 Sunday. A three-day pass includes camping in the rough.

Children must be accompanied by a parent. Teens 13-17 admitted for half price; children 12 and under, free. Dogs on a leash or at campsite are welcome for an additional fee. Stonehedge is at 342 West Gray Road.

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