Denison's Bluegrass Festival presents workshops with special guests Mile Twelve.

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Denison University’s Bluegrass Festival presents Band Mixer Style workshops with special guests Mile Twelve. Participants are invited to bring their instruments and plan to jam.

COVID Policy information:

Masks are required in Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts at all times, and we strongly encourage the use of high quality masks (N95, KN95, KF94).

In addition to the Denison community, we are currently able to welcome vaccinated family members of Denison students, faculty, and staff and a limited number of vaccinated community members. You will be required to submit either your Denison D# or share your proof of vaccination when ordering your ticket. Family and Public ticket availability ends 24 hrs before the event.

Large performance spaces will continue to have a reduced seating capacity of 70%.

All events are subject to change.


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