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Banjos, bandanas, & a Monkee—the scene at Hardly Strictly...

Banjos, bandanas, & a Monkee—the scene at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Emmylou Harris, Michael Nesmith, Mandolin Orange, and a record-breaking crowd made for a memorable fest.

The weather was gorgeous and the crowd broke records at the 19th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, which seemed to include a lot more roots and bluegrass this year! Photographer Estefany Gonzalez was on the scene Sunday, October 6 to capture the performances, energy, and crowd. Check out her great photos of the previous weekend’s Rolling Loud hip-hop festival here.  

Emmylou Harris performs at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass on Sunday, Oct. 6. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Emmylou Harris. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Emmylou Harris. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
The crowd at HSB. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
HSB attendees. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Jackie Green. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Jackie Greene. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Jackie Greene. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Kurt Vile and the Violators. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Kurt Vile and the Violators. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
The crowd at HSB. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
The crowd at HSB. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Dancing at HSB. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Mandolin Orange. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Mandolin Orange. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Mandolin Orange. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
The crowd at HSB. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Wood & Wire. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Michael Nesmith and the First National Band. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Michael Nesmith. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
Michael Nesmith. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez
The crowd at HSB. Photo by Estefany Gonzalez

 

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