Posted August 15, 2022
Join us November 5th, 2022 for Bela Fleck My Bluegrass Heart! This free concert is presented by the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival to celebrate its 50th year and by Foo Foo Fest.
November 5, 2022 - 7:30 pm
Hunter Amphitheater in Pensacola’s Community Maritime Park
Gates open at 6:30.
Béla Fleck My Bluegrass Heart
featuring Stuart Duncan, Jacob Jolliff, Justin Moses, Mark Schatz, & Bryan Sutton
Over the last four decades, Béla Fleck has made a point of boldly going where no banjo player has gone before, a musical journey that has earned him 16 Grammys in nine different fields, including Country, Pop, Jazz, Instrumental, Classical and World Music. But his roots are in bluegrass, and that’s where he returns with his first bluegrass tour in 24 years, My Bluegrass Heart.
Grammy award-winning album My Bluegrass Heart is the third chapter of a trilogy which began with the 1988 album, Drive, and continued in 1991 with The Bluegrass Sessions. Fleck’s band will spotlight a multi-generational gamut of the best of bluegrass players, all sporting a myriad of Grammy Awards and nominations, as well as gigantic piles of IBMA awards for their instruments: fiddler Stuart Duncan, mandolinist Jacob Jolliff, multi-instrumentalist Justin Moses, bassist/multi-instrumentalist Mark Schatz, and guitarist Bryan Sutton.
Discover more at belafleck.com.
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Mick Whitcomb wins 2022 Best of Show. See the complete list of Art Show winners.
WUWF's Sandra Averhart interviews Lara Sophie Benjamin, the 2022 GGAF Invited International Artist.
Join us November 5th, 2022 for Bela Fleck My Bluegrass Heart! This free concert is presented by the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival to celebrate its 50th year and Foo Foo Fest. Hunter Amphitheater in Pensacola’s Maritime Park.
Sunshine Artist magazine has announced the release of its annual 200 Best. The Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival is ranked #9 in Fine Art and Design Festivals. Artists were able to cast their votes from February through April for the 200 Best shows list. They could list up to 10 shows they attended in 2021.
Angel Dungca won best in show for the High School category. See the complete list of winners.
Best of Show goes to Aaron Hequembourg for his Mixed Media works. Find his booth at Renoir 2. See the complete list of award winners…
Images and logos are available on the Media Resorces page.