Bluegrass Music Series Back at Oglebay Institute’s Stifel Fine Arts Center
Some of the region’s best bluegrass, Americana and roots music artists perform in Wheeling as part of Oglebay Institute’s popular Mountain Moon Coffeehouse. Crowd-pleasing performers, expert pickers, talented vocalists and captivating storytellers entertain crowds with foot-stomping tunes and expressive ballads. Shows take place in the historic 100-year-old Stifel Fine Arts Center.
The Mountain Moon Coffeehouse series continues Saturday, March 3, with Well Strung, a five-piece bluegrass band out of Slippery Rock, Pa. Well Strung plays traditional and nontraditional bluegrass music. With diverse backgrounds, band members create and cover music from different genres all in a bluegrass style with infectious enthusiasm that will drive audience members to the dance floor.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Then, the music begins at 8 p.m. Guests can come early to explore the grand mansion and see why it’s a popular venue with performers and audiences alike. Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are included with the ticket price. Beer and wine are available for purchase.
Tickets can be purchase in advance by calling 304-242-6855 or by visiting www.oionline.com.
Other upcoming Mountain Moon performances include: Marsh Wheeling String Band on April 7 and Bill Gorby and the Musical Mercenaries on May 5.