Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

From SFBC:

A crowd equal in size to the population of San Francisco will squeeze into the park this weekend for a free dose of a wide spectrum of music, definitely not only bluegrass (though the greats of that genre will all be present). If you’re riding your bicycle, and want to benefit from the SFBC’s free, attended valet parking, plan to arrive at our corral by midday. We have limited space available to us, and we have filled up in past years very quickly. If you don’t make it into the corral, please be respectful of trees and habitat restoration spaces in the park when locking up your bicycle. To volunteer as a bike valet email LisaRuth.

See the artists lineup at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass website.

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