big thanks to our sponsors & friends...

Town & Country Motors Welshon
Somerset Trust
Galliker's
DelGrosso First Commonwealth Logo

Our sincere thanks to those who donated goods, materials, and services to help make this year's festival happen. We couldn't have done it without you! Fans, be sure to frequent the following businesses and express your appreciation:

- Ligonier Country Market, Ligonier - Graham's Dairy Farm
- Oak Grove Construction, Ligonier - Sheetz, Ligonier
- Mac M Darr Company, Ligonier - McInchok Sanitation, Ligonier
- Watkins Market, Waterford - Ross Surveying, Laughlintown
- Gooder Agency, Ligonier - Wilkins Services, Ligonier
- John Trout, WYEP-FM - Ligonier Agway, Cairns Farm & Garden
- Penn DOT (Pa. Dept. of Transportation) - Bernard J. Lynch & Associates, Ligonier
- William Knapp, CPA, Ligonier - J. Paul McCrackin Funeral Chapel, Inc.
- Giant Eagle, Ligonier - Ligonier Chamber of Commerce
- Laurel Anesthesia Associates - Dr. David Beyer, Greensburg
- Tipon Electric, Inc. - Kenco Corporation, Ligonier
- Shag Tree Farms, LLC - Campion Lumber Company
- H & R Block, Ligonier - James P. Davis Painting
- Atlas Chiropractic - Fork's Inn, Ligonier
- Grouse Ridge Farm - The Pie Shoppe, Laughlintown
- Hillview Landscaping - Cool Spring Express, Ligonier
- Beaufort Services - Laughlintown Garage, Laughlintown
- The Ligonier Valley Endowment - The Markosky Engineering Group, Inc.
- Laurel Mountain Tree Service - Brown Brothers Timber


the firemen

Fire Dept LogoYour hosts for this event are the Ligonier Township Volunteer Fire Department,Station #44. They recently realized that holding a bluegrass festival was the perfect way to bring folks to the beautiful Laurel Highlands for some great music and also to raise funds to help keep the fire department running. They're working hard to make this a top-notch event, both this year and for years to come.

From its creation in 1937, the volunteer fire department has been a bedrock of service to the community. The department was founded by Thomas G. Reid (first Chief), Harry Berkey (first President), John Roberts and W.H. Kinsey, following a fire in one of the homes in Waterford.

Their first fire truck was built from an old ambulance. From that point on, the department continued to grow. Today they have 78 members (55 active) and average 285 to 300 calls per year.


Fire trucks


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