The second weekend of September means one thing: It's time for the Annual Mountain Music Festival at Vogel State Park in the shadow of the Appalachian Trail's Blood Mountain.
Tell your friends, family, boss, and besties who are getting married that "something came up" or that your dog ate your Google Calendar. Ditch them all and come to Vogel for dee-light-full bluegrass music on 9-12-15.
Along with gospel music to feed your soul and enough arts and crafts to keep you-know-who happy, Vogel Volunteers will sell delicious food to help raise money for the most idyllic park anywhere.
The Annual Mountain Music Festival at Vogel State Park is wonderful. You could bring somebody who hates life, people and music and they'd be dancing and smiling before sundown. Yup. It's that good.
This, friends, is where I first heard the Skillet Lickers! Talk about memories.
Come make your own and enjoy the best mountain music ever at Vogel State Park on Saturday, September 12, 2015.
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