Rain doesn't deter Fiddlers and Fiddleheads Festival fans
Jennifer Sprouse, NET News service
May 3, 2013 at 2:13 PM
UNICOI — A light rain fell on the grounds of Farmhouse Gallery & Gardens Saturday, but that didn’t seem to slow down the caravan of cars entering through the covered bridge drive, eager to listen to some bluegrass music.
The 18th Annual Fiddlers and Fiddleheads Festival got under way around 10 a.m., but by noon visitors were sprawled out in different areas, peering at the selection of old cars that were lined up outside as the musicians were busy pickin’ away underneath tents, inside on the stage area and on the porches.
Mayor Johnny Lynch of the town of Unicoi was hanging around one of the groups playing outside on his land Saturday and said despite the weather, they had a pretty good turnout.
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