Tickets on Sale Now!
$55 per car, 4 person max. per car
Gates will open at 2pm.
Attend workshops at the Railroad Station Stage with Sully Tuttle, Philip Glen and Abby Posner from 2.30pm. Enjoy music on the Tailgate Stage in the parking lot from 2.30pm. Bring instruments! Jam with others if you wish.
First band will hit the Main Stage on Chapel Lawn around 5:00pm BST (banjo standard time). The music is expected to finish around 8.15pm (also BST!)
Purchase delightful (and useful) items created by local artisans; and get your picnic from one of the food trucks. More info on Tailgate participants here: https://www.topangabanjofiddle.org/copy-of-2020-line-up
Bring cash for raffle tickets - we have great prizes! And bid in the online auction at this website.
If there are more than four people in your car you can purchase an extra ticket at $20 per person when you arrive.
Check out the full schedule here: https://www.topangabanjofiddle.org/tailgate-jam-map-and-schedule what to do when you arrive here: https://www.topangabanjofiddle.org/event-day-what-to-do
About the bands:
Dustbowl Revival has always been about pushing the boundaries of what American roots music can be. After celebrating over a decade of sonic adventuring and playing thousands of shows together in ten countries and counting, the group has collected a devoted fanbase coast-to-coast. http://www.dustbowlrevival.com/
AJ Lee & Blue Summit are pure, beautiful American music. Soaring harmonies, top notch picking and strumming as well as a healthy respect and reverence for the classic country, bluegrass and folk music of the past. https://www.bluesummitmusic.com/
Self-styled as a soul-folk band with an eclectic bluegrass edge, Abby and the Myth has been leaving a big footprint in the Americana scene since the band formed in 2015. Abby Posner recently played at the SAMO Fund Picnic for the Park. https://www.abbyposner.com/abby-the-myth
Also check out our silent auction at this site and bring cash for the raffle - star prize photo below...
All proceeds go towards rebuilding the historic structures at Paramount Ranch destroyed by the Woolsey Fire in 2018.
Paramount Ranch is the only National Park Service site that tells the story of movie making in America. Your support will allow us to tell that story once more and ensure movies continue to be made here for many years to come.
This place has been a home for music for many years. For much of its 60 years, the Topanga Banjo•Fiddle Festival has been held at The Ranch. We intend that Paramount Ranch will continue to be a place for live music once rebuilt! Its revived event spaces and performance spaces will be a much improved place for music of all styles!
Sponsored by Topanga Banjo•Fiddle Festival, Tiny Porch Concerts, CR Print, Oakmont Senior Living Facility, Rick Hollman, Cornell Winery, Five Threads Brewery.
Raffle star prize: Lawn chairs, table and cooler courtesy of REI