The East Tennessee Bluegrass Association (ETNBA) and Ijams Nature Center are partnering together to bring folks together in a safe way to create music in a beautiful space. Starting April 18, ETNBA will offer community jamming for all acoustic bluegrass instruments (sorry no harmonicas or spoons welcome at this time) every third Sunday from 3pm-6pm through October.
All skill levels welcome. Pre-signup is requested to get an idea for numbers. Jam sessions will happen at Mead’s Quarry from 3-6pm---feel free to bring your own chair if you would like. Masks will be required when in the jam group.
For more information and to sign up go to www.ETNBA.org or follow ETNBA on Facebook or Instagram.