Spirit of Grey Fox 2020: Virtual Music Festival
Spirit of Grey Fox 2020: A Virtual Music Festival
Due to the current health pandemic sweeping the entire world, Grey Fox Music Festival had to cancel their annual get-together in the Catskills of New York. This would have been the 35th Grey Fox Festival. Music typically stretches across 6 stages featuring the best artists in the bluegrass and newgrass music scene. The 2020 lineup included Billy Strings, The Travelin’ McCourys, Larry Keel, Steep Canyon Rangers, I’m With Her, Earls of Leicester, Tim O’Brien, Sierra Hull, and Molly Tuttle.
While music festivals across the country (and the world) are being totally canceled for 2020, many have moved the music to the online realm. Grey Fox is excited to introduce their fans to the newly created Spirit of Grey Fox for this year.
Watch the Grey Fox Virtual Festival
You can stream 4-days of The Spirit of Grey Fox on Nugs.tv from Thursday, July 16th through Sunday, July 20th, 2020. You can also watch on the Grey Fox Facebook page or YouTube channel—where you can join the chat with your stories, pictures and memories, and watch “with” your Grey Fox friends.
The virtual experience will feature sets by artists on the 2020 Lineup, as well as sets from the past. Spirit of Grey Fox 2020 is hosted by four great musicians and friends of the festival: Jerry Douglas, Ron Thomason, Sierra Hull, and Joe Newberry.
Show Your Support
The Spirit of Grey Fox will be streamed on Nugs.TV for free. Viewers with financial means can donate to the IBMA Trust Fund and support those in the music industry who have taken a huge hit with this health pandemic. The shut down of festivals, concerts, and tours has been devastating to thousands of industry employees, performers, and venues.
Feeling extra generous? You can also donate to keep Grey Fox Music Festival going strong! Donate to Grey Fox
Don’t forget to support your favorite musicians directly. Purchasing their merchandise, buying their albums, and supporting their social media pages are all ways you can help them during this difficult time for the industry.
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