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                       CELEBRATING 35 YEARS!

                          The Best Acoustic Music

Since 1981 Fiddle and Bow has been bringing great musical entertainment to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Every month audiences are entertained and educated with music ranging from traditional and contemporary folk to old time, blues, mountain and Celtic

Join Us At Our New Location
We will be presenting our shows in the Muddy Creek Music Hall in the historic Bethania Mill.  Its address is 5455 Bethania Rd, Winston-Salem, NC  27106.  Look for an interactive map on the sidebar.    

                                      Muddy Creek Music Hall
 
The Muddy Creek Music Hall is located in the restored, historic Bethania Mill, next to the Muddy Creek Cafe.  The owners have created a new performing venue space in the mill.  It will be serving food (click here for the menu) from the Muddy Creek Cafe, next door and beer and wine in the venue.  There is plenty of parking available around the buildings and in the parking lot for the Bethania Visitor Center about 100 yards north of the mill on the opposite side of the street.
 
Please remember that Fiddle & Bow does not accept credit or debit cards to pay the cover for our shows and there is not an ATM on the property.  Please bring cash or a check. 
 

Bethania Mill
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Muddy Creek Music Hall is in the restored Bethania Mill

Muddy Creek Cafe
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Next to Historic Bethania Mill

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May Concerts
 
 
Friday, May 6th at 8:00 PM
Pat Donohue
Outstanding singer and guitarist and house band member for A Prairie Home Companion.
 
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Friday, May 13th at 7:00 PM
Ceilidh at Muddy Creek Music Hall
A traditional Gaelic gathering including sharing music, dancing and story telling.  Bring an instrument, a song, a dance or a story to share.
 
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Saturday, May 14th - 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM
The Highland Games at Historic Bethabara Park
Free to all!  Performing will be Press Gang, Beirt Le Cheile and The Red Wellies.
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Friday, May 20th at 8:00 PM
The Way Down Wanderers
A young 5-piece folk/Americana band from Chicago who draws audiences in with originality and soulful energy.
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June Concerts
 
 
Friday, June 3rd at 8:00 PM
Sam Pacetti
Strong vocals and guitar on a repertoire of original songs and carefully chosen covers.  One of the top acoustic guitarists on the folk scene.
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Please note a change in this show.  Cassie & Maggie MacDonald had to cancel due to a scheduling conflict.  We were lucky to be able to book Jonathan on short notice.
Friday, June 17th at 8:00 PM
Jonathan Byrd & The Pick Up Cowboys
Terrific singer/songwriter from North Carolina named “one of the top 50 songwriters of the last 50 years".  Jonathan will be joined by a three member band with fiddle, cello and Johnny Waken on various instruments.  Opening for Jonathan will be Jim Sharkey, a native of Ireland and former Winston-Salem resident.
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