Bluegrass fans agree that the music genre is more than just banjos and fiddles. They also agree about its storied history, its prominence in American culture and its general importance. What many disagree about is its path into the future.
In my opinion, one of the great attractions of the annual Huck Finn Jubilee is the availability of camping grounds. There are plenty of options for car, tent, and RV camping offering comfortable and convenient access to everything the festival has to offer. Located at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario, Huck Finn Jubilee provides campers with an ideal setting from which to enjoy the multi-day music festival, with green grass, towering trees, two stocked lakes and even a water play park to enjoy throughout the day.
Music festivals are not anything new. Hundreds are held every year around the world and hundreds of thousands of people flock to them faithfully to enjoy the music, the company of friends, food, drink, and the overall adventure of it all. These festivals have become an integral part of bluegrass music, having gained popularity in the ‘60s and continuing through today.
The String Cheese Incident, a popular band that dabbles in progressive bluegrass/country/jam/every music genre under the sun, was a welcome addition to the traditional bluegrass lineup—which included the legendary The Del McCoury Band—at this year’s Huck Finn Jubilee.