Buy tickets here: http://wyebrookfarmfest.com/. Pre tickets $35, at door tickets $40. Kids 12 years of age and under enter festival for free.
We are very excited to bring the Grand Ole Opry to Chester County with the innagural Wyebrook Farm Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, April 26th featuring Opry Member, Jesse McReynolds!  We will close our Market and Café that day for this one time ticketed event.  Tickets will be available for $35 in advance or $40 the day of the show (children under 12 are free).  We will have several food stands set up for the day in addition to our normal outdoor café setup.  There will be a stage set up in front of the pond and the seating will be in the lawn below the market and house.  Bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the music.  The festival will be BYOB as usual at Wyebrook!  Tickets can be purchased at the website http://wyebrookfarmfest.com/.  We are having physical tickets printed now and they should be available in the market soon.
Schedule for Bluegrass Festival
Schedule for Bluegrass Festival: 12pm – Gates Open! 1pm – East Side Dave Kline and Mountain Folk 2pm – Travis Wetzel Trio 3pm – Frog Holler Bluegrass Band 4pm – Jesse McReynolds (Bluegrass Set) 6pm – Jesse McReynolds (Grateful Dead Set)
On April 26th, Wyebrook Farm & the Songwriters Conspiracy is honored to present the great Jesse McReynolds at Wyebrook farm. Jesse McReynolds is celebrating his 50th anniversary on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN.  He, as well as his brother Jim, are members of the Country Hall of Fame. He is also widely know for pioneering a technique called flat picking on the mandolin. Celebrating 65 years in music, Jesse has earned the title the “Ironman of Bluegrass!” The Travis Wetzel trio (from Norristown, PA.  Known as the mad fiddler, he currently resides in Nashville and plays and records with the best musicians there.  He was also recently called the greatest to ever set foot on the stage at the Grand Ole Opry). Dave Kline and Mountain Folk (Dave is a lifetime musician as well as local celebrity hosting radio shows, writing for bluegrass magazines, as well as being a writer for the Reading Eagle.  This band is his most recent incarnation). Frog Holler Bluegrass Band (a local band from the Reading area playing for over 15 years, and is morphing into a bluegrass band for this occasion). The Mountain Folk Band Based in Pennsylvania and performing since 1989 as a five-piece bluegrass band, a duo, or any other configuration, the band’s repertoire includes original material, sing-a-long material, traditional material and music from Appalachian to Alpine music styles.