A weekend of Mountain Music at Historic Annamede
in Lewis County West Virginia
LCBF 2019 Featured
Silas Powell and The Powell Family Band
Friday @ 6pm
Bobby Maynard & Breakdown
Friday @ 7pm & Saturday @ 6pm
Jakob's Ferry Stragglers
Friday & Saturday @ 9pm
Six Time Entertainers of the Year
Friday @ 10pm
Saturday @ 10:15pm
Saturday @ 7pm
The Jubilee All-Star Band
On average, 130 American's will die from an opioid overdose each day. In 2017, about 15 percent of all drug overdose deaths involved the methamphetamine category, and 50 percent of those deaths also involved an opioid. West Virginia, in particular, has suffered from this narcotic epidemic; seeing a 500 percent increase in overdoses over a four year period. It is the mission of the Lewis County Bluegrass Festival to combat this crisis while simultaneously bringing a culturally and economically enriching authentic bluegrass festival to the heart of West Virginia. The Lewis County Bluegrass Festival is a non-profit charity music festival, which donates proceeds to local agencies and organizations leading the fight against the opioid epidemic. Through the help of sponsors and attendees, the LCBF will build a lasting tradition in Lewis County, WV.
Read more about the lasting effects of the West Virginia opioid epidemic here.
Allows for festival entrance for one day (either Friday or Saturday), no re-admittance.
Ticket permits reentry for duration of the festival.
Children 12 and under free admission with accompanying ticketed adult.
Camping - Tent
Tent campsites are 20' x 20' giving campers room for a vehicle and 4 person tent.
Camping - RV
RV campsites are 20' x 40' to accommodate most RV's. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for special accommodations.
We have received some inquiries about group purchases. If you have an interest in group pricing please send us an email at email@example.com.
We would like to thank our incredibly generous sponsors and partners
Located near Walkersville, WV, Annamede was built in 1901, and is a 2 1/2 story, 17 room red brick mansion in the Classical Revival style. The front facade features a massive, two-story portico supported by large fluted Corinthian order columns. It also has a one-story front porch that extends 3/4 of the way around each side. Also on the property are a contributing carriage house, smoke house, caretaker's cottage, stone grotto and goldfish pond, and three farm outbuildings.
Annamede was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.