The Athens State University Foundation and the Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention Steering Committee are pleased to announce the 2022 Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Concert Series line up, sponsored by WYTM Country. This six-part series, leading up to the 2022 Fiddlers Convention next October, will allow bluegrass lovers to enjoy the sounds of old-time music throughout the year.
2022 Fiddlers Concert Series Line Up:
- November 4, 2021 – Delmore Brothers Tribute featuring Chris Jones & Paul Kramer
- January 20, 2022 – Kenny & Amanda Smith
- March 17, 2022 – Appalachian Road Show
- May 19, 2022 – Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers
- July 14, 2022 – The Quebe Sisters
- September 29, 2022 – Mile Twelve
All six concerts will be held at Athens State University in McCandless Hall at 7:00 PM. Tickets for each show will cost $15.00 for adults and $5.00 for kids under 18.
Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase their choice of two Fiddlers Concert Series Season Passes – an open seating pass or a reserved seating pass. Open seating season passes will be $80 and include one ticket to each of the six concerts in the 2022 Fiddlers Concert Series and one weekend pass to the 2022 Fiddlers Convention. Seating for concerts will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
If guests would prefer to choose and reserve their seats for the concerts, they can purchase a reserved seating pass for $100. With this option, guests will choose which seats in McCandless Hall they would prefer to sit in, and these seats will be reserved for them for each concert in the series. The reserved seating pass also includes one ticket to all six concerts in the 2022 Fiddlers Concert Series and one weekend pass to the 2022 Fiddlers Convention.
Season passes can be purchased here. Tickets for each individual concert in the series can be purchased online through Eventbrite or www.TVOTFC.org.
This project is supported through funding provided by the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area.
This program has been made possible by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment of the Arts, a federal agency.