Music at the Homestead is held on the 2nd Sundays of February through April. These concerts featuring talented musicians from the region are sponsored by ValleyStar Credit Union. Tickets are $8 for adults and no admission is charged for ages 15 and under.
Music on the Lawn is held the second Sunday of September at 2:30 p.m. Mark your calendar, and and plan to bring your chair, a picnic, and a beverage of your choice. Tickets are $8 for adults, and no admission is charged for ages 15 and under.
Reynolds Homestead concerts at Fairy Stone State Park are held in the months of May, July and August. There is no admission fee for the concerts. The park charges a minimal entrance fee per car.

American Music Series

The Reynolds Homestead American Music Series offers music programs throughout the year including the Fairy Stone Park Concerts, Music on the Lawn, Music at the Homestead, along with other special music events including a Victorian Christmas Concert in December and the Bushels and Barrels festival in June.

Another great year of traditional American music concerts awaits music lovers!
 Beginning with our traditional Gospel Celebration in February through our Jazz on the Lawn in September, 2018 looks to be a great year of music at the Reynolds Homestead and Fairy Stone State Park. Mark your calendars so you won’t miss a beat!
February 11 – Gospel Celebration
Join us for the 29th Annual Gospel Concert Celebrating Black History Month, featuring area gospel choirs and musicians hosted by Bishop Burgie Penn.  3:00 p.m.  FREE
March 11 – ShadowGrass
Don’t miss the chance to hear this up-and-coming bluegrass band with talented young musicians from southwest Virginia and western North Carolina.  2:30 p.m.  $8 adults; under 16 FREE

ShadowGrass

 

April 8 – Family Music Traditions
Celebrating the great musical families in our region, Ron Pendleton hosts this concert featuring performers raised in musical families who will share their music and stories of how music has been passed down in their families through the generations. Special guest families:  the Shelors, the Pendletons and the Blackards. The musical legacy of these families came from family members who recorded old time country music at The Bristol Sessions of 1927…those sessions are arguably considered the Big Bang of country music in America.   2:30 p.m.  $8 adults; under 16 FREE

 

May 26 – The F.A.R.M. T.E.A.M. at Fairy Stone State Park
Come down to Fairy Stone State Park’s Shelter #2 and enjoy a variety of music by the Free Alliance of Recalcitrant Musicians Totally Eclectic About Music.  7:00 p.m. FREE, but park admission rates apply

The F.A.R.M. T.E.A.M.

 

July 7 – Jason Harris & Friends at Fairy Stone State Park
Put your dancing shoes on and enjoy an evening of foot-tapping bluegrass at Shelter # 2.  7:00 p.m. FREE, but park admission rates apply

Jason Harris & Friends

 

August 11 – Simple Gifts of the Blue Ridge at Fairy Stone State Park
These musicians from Blacksburg, VA perform delightful folk and Americana music.  7:00 p.m. FREE, but park admission rates apply

Simple Gifts of the Blue Ridge

 

September 9 – Jazz on the Lawn with Five Brothers at the Reynolds Homestead
Sit back, relax and enjoy an afternoon of jazz on the lawn of the historic Reynolds Homestead with David Oakes, Tom Steele and friends.  2:30 p.m.  $8 adults, under 16 FREE

 

ges 15 and under.