BLUEGRASS MUSIC & CRAFT FESTIVAL

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2nd Annual Bluegrass Music Art & Craft Festival
Live Music at Vinoklet Winery - Bluegrass Music Festival

3rd Annual

Bluegrass Music

& Craft Festival

June 18, 2022

Craft Show 11:00 to 7:00

Music 12:00 to 11:00

Vinoklet Winery & Restaurant

is located in Colerain off of

Old Colerain Ave

11069 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, OH 4525

VinokletWinery@Fuse.Net

  • $5 Admission per person

  • Live Music - Info below

  • Bring a lawn chair or blankets and enjoy the show from the hillside in front of the stage.

  • Food Booths - Food available for sale outside in the Gazebo.

  • Restaurant - Inside dining in the restaurant by reservation, Grilled to Perfection [Grilled to Perfection Menu Detail Link]

  • Beer & Wine - Available at booths outside & inside

  • Art & Craft Vendors

  • Free Parking

  • Family Friendly

  • Sorry, no camping

  • Sorry, no pets or outside food or drink, please

  • Please scroll down to learn more about the Amazing Line-up of musicians we have scheduled for this year's festival.

Bluegrass Music at Vinoklet Winery June 1 2019

Vinoklet's Annual Bluegrass Music Art & Craft Festival is sure to grow as our other events have continued to grow, and we are very excited to continue this new tradition this June with some amazing Bluegrass musicians (see below).


*** The Music ***

Vernon McIntyre's Appalachian Grass

Scott Brothers

Hamiltons Bluegrass

Riegel Family Band

Joy River

Blue Note

Reso Brothers

Pat and Polly Giblin

MC - Mike Schlicher

Bluegrass Music Art & Craft Festival

*** More About the Music ***

Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass is a driving, five piece bluegrass band established in Cincinnati, Ohio, during the 1960’s. Vernon’s years of playing both banjo and guitar with the greats of bluegrass have honed his skills as an entertainer and make him uniquely qualified to define the traditional bluegrass sound of the Appalachian Grass.

Vernon McIntyr's Appalachian Grass at Vinoklet Winery & Restaurant

VERNON McINTYRE’S APPALACHIAN GRASS With Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass on stage

you’re sure to get old-fashioned entertainment at its best!








Vernon McIntyre began his professional career at the age of 15 playing banjo with Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys. He has since played with Walt Hensley, Jimmy Martin, Jim McCall, James Monroe, Mac Wiseman, and Scott Stoneman. Vernon was also a founding member of the Bluegrass Pardners of Wheeling Jamboree fame and his banjo work with the Easterners is well remembered. Through the years, Vernon has made several appearances on the Grand Ole Opry stage. He appeared playing banjo with both Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys and with Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys. When Appalachian Grass was invited to perform at the Opry with Vernon as band leader, singer and guitarist, Vernon became one of the few who have been on that stage as a banjoist, a singer, and a guitarist.


Vernon has recorded many projects with Appalachian Grass that feature both his unique banjo style and his vocals and guitar work. Vernon’s matchless rhythm guitar is the bedrock for wife Kitty’s two fiddle instrumental recordings. During the 1970s, Vernon was a staff musician at Jewel Recording Studio and has contributed banjo and/or rhythm guitar tracks to innumerable recording sessions for entertainers such as Mac Wiseman, Jimmy Skinner, Charlie Moore, Rusty York, Lonnie Mack, Sid Campbell, JD Jarvis, Hylo Brown, and Bobby Grove.


Over the years, Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass has played concerts, festivals, fairs, colleges, radio, television, and exclusive nightclubs across the United States and Canada. In 1998, Appalachian Grass won the CAMMY award for Best Bluegrass Band in the Cincinnati – Tri-State Area. The band’s exploits even include the grand opening dedication of a historic cemetery! As emcee, lead singer, and rhythm guitar player, Vernon McIntyre infuses the band with the warmth and spontaneity of a small family gathering even when playing for thousands of fans. He combines bluegrass history and stories with showmanship and humor to deliver top-notch entertainment.