Treasure Lake to host 2nd Annual Bluegrass Music Festival | Entertainment |

Nearly a dozen bluegrass performers are set to take the stage next weekend for the 2nd Annual Treasure Lake Bluegrass Music Festival in Branson.

From Thursday, Sept. 9 to Saturday, Sept. 11, will welcome bluegrass groups from across the country to perform, including The Kody Norris Show, Little Roy & Lizzy, Southern Raised, Seth Mulder & Midnight Run, Spillwater Drive, Route 3, Catahoula Drive, Larry Efaw & The Bluegrass Mountaineers and many more.

“We kind of have a pioneer of bluegrass, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver,” Treasure Lake Activities Director Rhonda Hull said. “Doyle will be our headliner (Friday) night and he’s going to do a full 90 minute set. I know that he announced, due to COVID and being off last year, that he is going to retire at the end of this year. If people were wanting to see Doyle this would probably be the time to do that, because I guess he will be hanging it up at the end of this year. We’re really excited to have him. He’s been around a long time and he’s excellent. We’re very excited to have him.”