Stompin 76 introduces new merchandise celebrating a great Bluegrass Fest
Fans from the famous 1976 music festival get new merch requested for years at stompin76.com
GALAX, Va. - March 8, 2019 - PRLog -- For many years the simple Stompin 76 white T shirt has been seen at bluegrass festivals from the Galax Fiddler's Convention to Floydfest to Telluride!
Answering fan demand over many years, the original Stompin 76 promoter Hal Davidson, just rolled out a store's worth of inventory ONLY on the event's official website to continue the celebration and commemoration of the legendary music festival held on the Lawson's 400 acre farm August 6,7,8 in the bicentennial year.
Warm, heavy weight hoodies, long sleeve black T Shirts. Ladies V necks in 3 colors, reproductions of the original vinyl bumper stickers and large posters accompany the best selling T shirt now in khaki, sky blue and the original white.
All of the merchandise display the original "Tennessee Jed" character and color logo on front, and the location, dates and ultimate talent roster on back.
The Allstar lineup: Bonnie Raitt, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Earl Scruggs Revue, Lester Flatt & Nashville Grass, Vassar Clements, John Prine, Doc & Merle Watson, Ry Cooder, The Rowans, New Grass Revival, Hickory Wind, Osborne Bros., David Bromberg, John Hartford, Eric Weisberg & Deliverance, Papa John Creach, Red White & Bluegrass, New Grass Revival, The Dillards, Grass on the Rocks, Good Ol' Boys, Star Spangled Washboard Band and Joe & Bing.
Partying festival fans from more than 20 states got in to all 3 days for just $12.00. Most got in for free! The epic event boasted Supersound in a natural amphitheater and swimming in 2 1/2 miles of Appalachian Mountain Waters. At the New River Jam Site, 8 mi. N. of Galax, VA. Roads were back up to the Interstate or there would have been more than the 100,000 attending!
Hal Davidson was just 21 yrs. old when he conceived of the event in Feb. 1976 after promoting about 10 concerts in the Baltimore market. He had founded Cactus Productions, his promoting company in Las Vegas the year before when he was 20. The festival was inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame in 2016.
Stories from happy veteran stompers and the array of new merch with free shipping, can be found at http://www.stompin76.com Hal Davidson still produces and consults on music festivals http://www.rentapromoter.com all over America and in other countries. His internationally read books on concert and festival organization can be found at http://www.concert-