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Welcome to Floyd County Virginia
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Floyd County is one of the most picturesque destinations along the Blue Ridge Parkway with over 40 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway within its borders, more than any other county in Virginia.

Included within Floyd's rustic boundries is fully operational Mabry Mill, one of the most celebratedly photographed locations on the eastern seaboard. 

While still providing a haven for the determined homesteader, Floyd County shares its still active agrarian based rural community roots with a burgeoning music and arts colony as its population expands . Jason Rutledge and
                                    his team of draft horses

For the traveler with the "eye" of a photographer, the appreciation of an artist or especially for anyone who is a lover of nature and who has a preference for a natural, unspoiled environment, Floyd County provides all of this in abundance.The Blue Ridge
                                      Mountains at first light
Floyd County's citizens provide the typical hospitality inherent in the friendly, unhurried nature of the people of this unique Southwest Virginia community.A
                                      Floyd County artisan at work at an
                                      outdoor craft show

With the Blue Ridge Parkway creating Floyd County's eastern border,vacationers from all 50 states and from around the world come to this very special place in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Floyd County is an easily accessible destination.
Historic Farmer's
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                                              Floyd CountyAs the Blue Ridge Parkway forms its eastern border and Interstate 81 is only 10 miles from its western border, any drive to Floyd County
is a drive through naturally beautiful landscapes and
along history's footpaths.

State Routes 8 and 221 intersect in the center of the town of Floyd (county seat ) at Floyd County's one and only permanent traffic light.


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Floyd Farmers Market- Open May ~ November

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Floyd Farmer's Market, Locust Street, downtown Floyd
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Virginia Tech
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Region's Junior Appalachian Musicians to Perform in Raleigh


-- Junior Appalachian Musicians, Inc. (JAM), a nonprofit organization based in Independence, VA, will be showcasing more than fifty bluegrass and old time youth musicians at the upcoming International Bluegrass Music Associationís Wide Open Bluegrass festival in Raleigh, North Carolina. JAM is celebrating its fifth year coordinating programming for the free street fest, which drew more than 200,000 people last year.


Wide Open Bluegrass will be held Friday and Saturday, September 28-29, 2018 in downtown Raleigh. Fifteen different acts will fill the JAM Stage located on Martin Street, beginning at noon on Friday and 11 a.m. on Saturday. The live music will run all day on the hour until 8 p.m.


As the parent organization for more than forty after school Junior Appalachian Musicians programs in the four-state region of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, one of JAMís benefits to its affiliate programs is to provide major performance opportunities to young musicians who are currently enrolled or got started in a JAM program.


The organizationís director, Brett Morris Martin, testifies that JAM is a brilliant way to provide kids with education about their unique cultural music and dance that they may not otherwise have access to. The program also creates a strong foundation for a lifelong love of music and the arts, as well as lasting connections to their home communities. ďMany students and families in more rural areas also appreciate the performance and travel opportunities that come with JAM,Ē said Martin.


The JAM Stage at Wide Open Bluegrass will be highlighting current students from the programs located throughout the JAM region. The lineup of JAM student pickers includes Blackberry JAM (Caldwell County, NC), Sweet Potato Pie Kids (Pickens, SC), Henderson JAM Kids (Smyth County, VA), Ashe JAM Band (Ashe Co, NC), Junior Appalachian Musicians Band (students from Alleghany and Ashe, NC, as well as Galax and Floyd, VA), Possum on a Whale (Haywood County, NC), Karlie Keepfer & Smokey Holler (Alleghany County, NC), and Jonah Graves (Cherokee County, NC). Some of the top youth bands in bluegrass and Appalachian music with experience in the program will also be featured on the JAM Stage, such as Cane Mill Road, ShadowGrass, the Burnett Sisters, the Carolina Pinecones, Ella & Mary, Eliza Meyer, and One Fret Over. A special performance by Carl Johnson, a renowned African-American bluegrass banjo player and singer, joined by a few JAM Allstars, is also included in the lineup.


The full schedule is available online at or at This project is made possible through the JAM Board of Directors, the North Carolina Arts Council, and many private donors.


Mipso + Sam Lewis

7 p.m., Saturday, September 8 | $20 advance, $25 day of show, 

$10 kids ages 3 to 12

Blue Ridge Music Center amphitheater


With a fresh album to share, Americana band Mipso returns in concert this Saturday for the last outdoor amphitheater performance of the season. Carroll County High School graduate Sam Lewis opens the show.


Chapel Hill's indie Americana quartet Mipso, comprised of Jacob Sharp (mandolin, vocals), Wood Robinson (bass, vocals), Joseph Terrell (guitar, vocals), and Libby Rodenbough (fiddle, vocals), is known for expanding the traditional vocabularies of old-time and bluegrass music by blending classic four-part harmonies, traditional Appalachian country, folk, jazz, and pop music. The concert comes on the heels of the group's new album, Edges Run, released in April. Mipso expanded its sonic character and geographical ties with its latest release, which was recorded in Oregon, rather than the North Carolina Triangle.



Sam Lewis

Sam Lewis is a country soul-singer and songwriter who grew up in a family that was often on the move. As a child, he changed schools 20 times, living in towns from the coasts of Florida, the Carolinas, and California, to the hills of Carroll County in southwest Virginia. He eventually landed in Nashville to pursue his music career. There is a mesmerizing quality to Lewis's vocals, a somewhat haunting effect that holds the listener rapt. His songs marry social commentary with infectious grooves and soulful vocals, masterfully incorporating his experiences and the perceptions of those around him. He has collaborated with songwriters ranging from John Prine and Kacey Musgraves to The Wood Brothers, and has been dubbed "a modern Townes Van Zandt" by Chris Stapleton.




Indoor Fall Performances

As the weather cools, the concerts move indoors at the Blue Ridge Music Center. The final concerts of the season are:


5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 6; $20, $10 children ages 3-12

Hailed as one of the bearers of traditional Southern mountain music, Riley Baugus joined Willie Nelson for his Country Music album and tour, and played on Robert Plant and Alison Krauss's Grammy-winning album, Raising Sand.



5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 20; $20, $10 children 3-12

This young bluegrass quartet on the rise is known for its heartfelt, energetic, and down-home performances.





Join us for the Bailey Blues & Bluegrass Lunchtime Concert Series


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We're partnering with 

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter for the Bailey Blues and Bluegrass Fall Lunchtime Series from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesdays, September 19 through October 24, at Bailey Park in downtown Winston-Salem. You can bring your own lunch and your pooch on a leash to these free concerts. Local food trucks will be offering eats, and street and parking garages are available within walking distance to the venue at 445 N. Patterson Avenue. The lineup: 


September 19:Sunrise Shadow

Acoustic bluegrass & Americana 

Emily Stewart

September 26: Emily Stewart & Kasey Horton

Original tunes and familiar favorites rooted in the folk, country and blues traditions of the deep South


October 3: Wyndy Trail Travelers

Newgrass to Afro-Cuban, traditional bluegrass to jam band as well jazz, funk, rock, folk and reggae


October 10: Tom, Kirk and Marianne

Appalachian string band

October 17: Lonesome Prairie Dogs

Mountain string band trio who play and sing traditional songs and tunes from the South

October 24: Mike Bennett and Bruce Burgess

Blues, bluegrass, and folk rock tunes



Music Down the Road


September 7-9 | Free

Greensboro, N.C.

                                                          Carolina Folk
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Don't miss the launch of the North Carolina Folk Festival! The three-day event features performances and demonstrations by the finest musicians, dancers, and craftspeople. The weekend is packed with music from the likes of Amythyst Kiah, Cabin Creek Boys, Connie B. Steadman, Jarekus Singleton, Rhiannon Giddens, The Fitzgeralds, and Viento de Aqua on multiple stages. A mix of open air and tented sites will provide a variety of performance venues ranging from intimate stages to amphitheater size. In addition to the performance stages, the festival hosts a dance pavilion dedicated to nonstop participatory dancing, Family Activities Area, the North Carolina Arts Marketplace, and food courts. Learn more


                                                          Vines Sisters

Glorifying Vines Sisters

Glorifying Vines Sisters

8 p.m., Friday, Sept. 7 |

$10 advance, $12 door

The Music Maker Relief Foundation presents the Glorifying Vines Sisters, a thriving musical institution based in Eastern North Carolina. They've been tearing up the road for decades and tearing up every church or venue they visit. Four sisters - Dorothy, Alice, Mattie, and Audrey - along with Johnny Ray Daniels (who also plays guitar) form the vocal core of the group, with other family members or close associates rounding out the band. Get tickets


10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 15 | Free

Come hear stories about the late Kyle Creed, who was noted as one of the world's best clawhammer banjo players and a fine fiddler in the Round Peak style. Creed was also a famous banjo maker and his instruments are found all over the world. You are invited to bring your Kyle Creed banjo to be documented in a database. Learn more


8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 15 | Free

Bring your lawn chairs and spend a laid back day listening to music, watching the kids play by the river or ride a pony, taste some of the locals' finest food, or take a ride on the New River Trail. If fishing is your thing, register for the annual Bass Brawl. Learn more

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