Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum Schedule during ROMP

During ROMP, the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum will host several events and activities in addition to tours during ROMP. The festival is produced by the Hall of Fame, which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. ROMP serves as the Hall of Fame’s primary fundraiser. Take a break from the festival grounds, hop on a free trolley to downtown Owensboro to immerse yourself in all things bluegrass!

THURSDAY

10:15 am - Documentary in Woodward Theatre - The Porchlight Sessions - FREE

12:00 pm - Artist meet & greet in lobby - Rhonda Vincent - FREE

1:00 pm - Live music - Relic - FREE

2:00 pm - Video Oral History Project in Woodward Theatre - Jimmy Martin - FREE


FRIDAY

10:15 am - Documentary in Woodward Theatre - The Ralph Stanley Story - FREE

12:00 pm - Artist meet & greet in lobby - The Del McCoury Band - FREE

1:00 pm - Live music - Glenville State College with Randy Lanham - FREE

2:00 pm - Video Oral History Project in Woodward Theatre - Hazel Dickens - FREE


SATURDAY

10:15 am - Documentary in Woodward Theatre - Revival: The Sam Bush Story - FREE

12:00 pm - Artist meet & greet in lobby - Della Mae - FREE

1:00 pm - Live music - King’s Highway - FREE

2:00 pm - ROMP Simulcast - This is a separate ticketed event. Get tickets here.

Museum Tour Info

All ROMP attendees with a wristband get a 25% discount to view museum exhibits. The music and documentary viewing is free. Simulcast is $20.

ROMP Simulcast Info

On Saturday, June 29th, the Main Stage of ROMP will be simulcast live to the Hall of Fame in Woodward Theatre. Enjoy the comforts of a state-of-the-art theatre, with a full bar, and catch all the fantastic sounds of ROMP beginning at 2 pm. This is a ticketed event, separate from your festival tickets. Tickets are $20 each. Featured artists playing on the big screen include: Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder with special guest Patty Loveless, Sam Bush, Steve Earle & The Dukes, Della Mae, Chatham County Line, and JigJam.

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