Red Hill in Brookneal, Virginia was the last home of Patrick Henry. The beautiful grounds have preserved the history while the Red Hill Museum educates visitors. View the artifacts and learn of a time before while enjoying the Bluegrass, Barbecue & Brew Festival, Saturday, November 3rd.
Each November bluegrass lovers come together for the Bluegrass, Barbecue & Brew Festival. The proceeds from this event continue the support needed to operate and maintain the Red Hill Museum.
November 3rd fans of bluegrass from all around will gather to meet and hear Breaking Grass for another appearance on the hill. Performing for the first time at Red Hill will be Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers and closing out the day, another favorite to the venue, Nothin’ Fancy. Gates open at 11 a.m. with the music starting at 11:45 a.m. Food and craft vendors will encompass the stage area. Virginia craft beer, wine, and cider also available.
Come out November 3rd and experience Patrick Henry’s Red Hill and bluegrass entertainment from Breaking Grass, Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers, and Nothin’ Fancy.