Southern Californians come together to celebrate old-time bluegrass and folk music at the annual Topanga Banjo & Fiddle Contest and Folk Festival. Held at Paramount Ranch, the filming site of numerous western movies, in the Santa Monica Mountains, the festival attracts the writers, artists and musicians who make their home in this community. Three festival stages feature a full day of entertaining and lively valtrex no prior prescription music, but the event highlight are the jams sessions, where musicians band together, playing their banjos, fiddles, guitars, basses and mandolins in the California sunshine. Festival event include three music stages, an arts and crafts booth for kids, food and craft vendors, local artists and activities hosted by the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
May 18th, 2014