The Ramble Festival Announces Inaugural Festival
Darlington, MD – The Ramble Festival has announced its inaugural lineup, featuring the best in
jam, grass and brass performing on three stages at beautiful Camp Ramblewood on Oct. 7-9,
2022. The festival is inspired by the unifying power and love of live music and aims to foster a
community of like-minded music lovers.
The inaugural lineup features slamgrass pioneers Leftover Salmon, Keller Williams’ Grateful
Grass feat. The Hillbenders, bluegrass maestros The Travelin’ McCourys, Big Something, the
Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Pink Talking Fish, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band and many
“The Ramble Festival is born out of the idea that sharing the unique experience of live music
with others is a powerful and unifying force that brings people from all walks of life together
and builds community,” say festival co-founders Brandon “Brick” Lohr and Jason “J” Hubert.
“We believe that live music is one of the most compelling catalysts to building meaningful
connections with others, and that’s exactly what we are doing at The Ramble. Oh, and the
lineup is killer too.”
Additional artists include (in alphabetical order): Abby Bryant & The Echoes, AJ Lee & Blue
Summit, Annie Sellick & Pat Bergeson Duo, Arkansauce, Armchair Boogie, Bella’s Bartok, Caleb
Stine, Charm City Junction, Country Current, Dirty Grass Players, Dogs in a Pile, Empire Strikes
Brass, High and Mighty Brass Band, Kendall Street Company, Muskrat Flats, Neighbor, Travers
Brothership, and a mystery brass band.
Tickets are now on sale at ramblefestival.com. On-site camping is included with festival tickets,
and RV passes and cabins are available as well. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own
instruments for jams at campsites and in the cabins. Everyone’s a VIP at the Ramble Festival, so
tickets also include late-night shows.
Camp Ramblewood is nestled on more than 200 pristine acres in Harford County, Maryland,
conveniently located within driving distance of Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.
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