Jerusalem Ridge Tickets
2012 Jerusalem Ridge Bluegrass Celebration
There is a 5% discount if you order tickets early and you'll get through the gate faster!.
Per Person Prices:
4-day pass $ 95.00
3-day pass $ 80.00
Under 12 Free, 13-17 Half Price
Daily Per Person Prices:
Thursday, Friday or Saturday $ 30.00
Sunday $ 25.00
For advance sales with personal check or credit card call 1-270-274-9181 or use PayPal.
Be here when the music starts!
- Thursday - 10:00 a.m.
- Friday and Saturday - 9:00 a.m.
- Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Tent Camping FREE !
RVs & Trailers Dry Camping FREE once again. If you already pre-paid for camping in the rough, also known as dry camping, please call us for refund information at 270-274-9181)
-Water Available upon arrival to fill up.
-No individual hookups available.
-No electric hookups available.
-Truck to empty holding tanks
on ground daily. $15.00
-Quiet generators only.Built-in factory installed RV generators with standard mufflers, and stand alone whisper generators are fine.
-Camping spots are first come first serve.
-County Campground is 9 miles from festival site with free shuttle service and hookups. Call 1-270-274-4466
If you are interested in purchasing tickets in advance please call: 1-270-274-9181, M - F, 9 am to 5pm, CST.
Jerusalem Ridge Bluegrass Celebration
P.O. Box 429
Rosine, KY 42370
The festival is held on Jerusalem Ridge, just outside of Rosine, KY., on highway 62.
- Bring Lawn Chairs and Blankets
- Shuttles available to Antique District and Restaurants
- Campground facilities with hookups is available at nearby Ohio County Park, Hartford, KY (9 miles) Call 270-298-4466 for rates and availability. Shuttles busses to and from the festival site available.
- Lots of Food & Craft Concessions, First Aid, On-Site Security.
- Great bluegrass music in a fun, family atmosphere!
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Don't miss this chance to support The Jerusalem Ridge Bluegrass Music Foundation and also to hear the most authentic bluegrass music played on a stage in the shadow of the Monroe family cabin, less that 100 yards from the very spot that bluegrass music was born, Jerusalem Ridge, "Where the Spirit Touches the Soul!"