Special Thanks to Our 2016 High Mountain Hay Fever Bluegrass Festival Sponsors, Staff and Volunteers
Producing an event of this magnitude is a colossal undertaking, especially for a non-profit, all-volunteer organization.
We are privileged to live in a community where volunteering and simply chipping in to help seem a part of our very fabric.
As an organization, our goals are to provide a high quality bluegrass music event and to generate funds from each year's festival to support local non-profit initiatives that benefit the entire community. Thanks for helping us attain these goals!
Cliff Lanes Family Entertainment Center l Ranchers Roost Café
Ezulwini Foundation l Moosehaven Meadows l Equus Aeire | A Painted View Ranch l Rancho Bendito | Valley Ace Home Center
Producers Children's Workshop
Jack, Sheryl & Hailey Barnes
Ed & Mary Stroupe | Tchoupitoulas Refuge
AJ Grant & Kate Fay | Becky & Steve Andrews | Antler Liquor, Motel & Store | Brookwood Gallery | Camp Run-A-Muck | Tom & Ruth Conaghan | Steve & Sue Gilsdorf | Chuck & Judy Keyes | Babe Kochendorfer | Lucille DiDomenico & Steve Spencer | Outdoor Buddies | Powell & Murphy, PC | RMC Distributing | Seifert Ranch and Equipment | Watson Land | Wild Cat Ranch
Barnes Family Heritage | Mary Battershill | Nags Head West | Eberling Mobile Home & RV Park | Jeanne & Kent Houston | Laura & Jim Johnson | Lazy J Ranch | Bob Lee & Polly Miller | New West Investment Mgt | Barbara Sutton, MD | Dianne Whalen
Custer County Medical Center Staff and EMTs
Medical Center Staff and EMTs will be on hand during the festival to provide First Aid services as needed.
Custer County Sheriff's Posse
The Sheriff's Posse provides valuable support to Custer County Sheriff Fred Jobe and his department by performing a number of duties to benefit the community. Members of the Sheriff's Posse are on hand to provide any needed assistance for festival-goers.
Wet Mountain Valley Rotary Club
The Rotary organization is legendary for providing community service with a capital "S" and our local Rotary Club is no exception. Members of the Rotary Club are greeting festival-goers as they enter the site and directing them to parking and camping areas.