All Tuesday shows are first come first served for seating so please plan on arriving early! There will be food & drinks available for purchase. Kids under 13 yrs old are free and can enjoy free bouncy houses, along with s’mores packs for an extra charge. No outside food or alcohol may be brought in.
Gates/Bar/Grill – 5:00pm
Opening Act (Luke Lindville) – 5:30pm
Headliner, The Wildmans – 6:30pm
The I Bar Ranch is a rain or shine venue! The venue is a converted hay barn with stage, lighting & sound. While the sides are open to provide fresh air and scenery, there are curtains that can be closed for inclement weather. Please prepare with extra layers!
Watch for the new addition to the Ranch, our new Mechanical Bull!
We welcome all age of humans at the I Bar Ranch, please leave your 4 legged friends back at home!
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL, no refunds or exchanges.
Onsite camping available after each show, $15.00/adult (you must have aconcert ticket too)
About The Wildmans:
The Wildmans come from the hills of Floyd, Virginia, in the heart of the Appalachian mountain music tradition. From campsite jamming at festivals and fiddler’s conventions and a college level music education comes the foundation for musical exploration that sets this group apart, taking the audience on a musical journey that reflects the growth and passion of these talented musicians.
The band features award winning players:
Eli Wildman, first place winner in mandolin at the Galax Old Fiddler’s Convention, 2018 and 2019, first place winner at the Mount Airy Fiddler’s 2017, 2018, 2019
Aila Wildman, first place winner in Old Time Fiddle and Best All Around Performer at the 83rd annual Galax Old Fiddlers convention in 2018
Victor Furtado, winner of the 2019 Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo, and first place Old Time Banjo at Galax 2015, 2016 and 2019
The group has appeared on stages large and small, performing in festivals such as Red Wing Roots, Chantilly Farm’s Bluegrass and BBQ festival, Grey Fox Bluegrass, Floyd Fest, and The Steep Canyon Rangers’ Mountain Song Festival. They also regularly represent young talent along the Crooked Road in regional fiddler’s conventions. Having shared the stage with talents such as Bela Fleck, The Steep Canyon Rangers, The Steel Wheels, Danny Knicely, Sammy Shelor, Sierra Hull, Billy Strings, and more., these young musicians are making their way in the American stringband scene.