BIG HORN MOUNTAIN
Americana, Folk, Old-Timey,
& Traditional Music
July 20, 21 & 22,
(Rules subject to change)
raffle gives folks a chance to win a great prize and all proceeds
go to Johnson County Arts & Humanities Council and will be used
the benefit of Bluegrass Camps for Kids. Your participation will help
ensure future camps to foster acoustic music education among our youth.
Tickets are 1
$10, or 7 for $20.
do not have to be present to win!
We are very happy to
announce Hansen Music of Billings, Montana has donated a beautiful Martin
00LX1AE acoustic-electric guitar. This
Grand Concert, slope shoulder model is constructed with a Sitka spruce top and
mahogany patterned high-pressure laminate back and sides, which offers a
greater tolerance from fluctuating temperatures so you can take your guitar
anywhere without worry. The high performance tapered neck is constructed from a
rust-colored birch laminate. A faux tortoise pickguard and Richlite fingerboard
and bridge complete this model. The 00LX1AE is complete with Fishman® Sonitone
electronics, with a retail value of $779.00.
Hansen Music’s support of the Big Horn Mountain Festival and Bighorn Bluegrass
Camp has been extremely generous, invaluable, and most appreciated. They
sell outstanding instruments, musical equipment, and accessories. We are
excited to be able to make this wonderful acoustic guitar available for a lucky
winner this year. Check out their website
and be sure to visit their store when in Billings.
Hill Music Company of Casper, Wyoming has
donated a Yamaha F325D Guitar. The natural Yamaha F325D is
an attractive, entry-level acoustic guitar, featuring a laminated spruce top
with laminated sapele back and sides, a nato neck with a rosewood fretboard,
rosewood bridge, a black pickguard, and die-cast chrome tuners. Be sure to stop at Hill Music Company in
Casper for all your music needs. Check out their website and be sure to visit their store when in Casper.
You can get your raffle tickets at the Festival Merchandise and
Hospitality Booth where the instrument will be on display. Tickets are 1
for $5, 3 for $10, or 7 for $20.
The drawings will be held
on Sunday just before the last show. You do not have to be present to win
an instrument; just make sure your name and phone number are on the back of
your tickets and legible so we can call you and make arrangements to get the
instrument to you.