The sounds of the mountains are ringing in Veramar’s backyard! Come join us for our Summer Bluegrass concert featuring the local band, The Fly Birds on June 3rd at 5 PM!


Picture yourself sipping on some Veramar wine in the cool Summer breeze while smooth bluegrass music carries you to a serene mountain scene. Our Summer Bluegrass Concert featuring the local band: The Fly Birds will drum up the opportunity for laughs, dancing, and a great time!

Our Summer Bluegrass Concert will feature the local band: The Fly Birds! These “Free Range Mountain Sirens” create an experience that is “personal, passionate, petulant; longing, lamenting, crowing, crooning.” This concert will take place at Veramar Vineyard on Saturday, June 3rd. Gates will open at 5 PM and you can enjoy Mattie’s Soft Serve Frozen Custard, Franklin’s Smokin’ Barnyard food truck, and Veramar wine before The Fly Birds lighten the evening from 7pm to 9pm!

Make sure to bring your lawn chairs and blankets! There are no outside coolers allowed as well as no pets permitted into the area during this event. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $8.50 for our Estate Club Members. Children 12 and under get in for free.


“Folky music, mountainsound, charming presence”

The Fly Birds are an award winning musical embodiment of Alternative Bluegrass & Appalachia based out of Winchester, Virginia. They’ve migrated the music industry for 6 years, their voices and melodies soaring to new heights together. This unique and original band is comprised of Elizabeth Baker on banjo, Mary Dunlap on bass, Sarah Twigg on guitar and Crystal Shipley on fiddle. They released their first full length original album “The Band is Causing Problems” in 2020 and are working on releasing their second album at present. Together they make a memorable sound certain to make you tap your feet and sing along!

*1st place bluegrass band at 2021 Watermelon Pickers Fest

*1st place winners of the 2019 DCBU Mid Atlantic Bluegrass Band Contest




Mattie’s Soft Serve Frozen Custard:




Franklin’s Smokin’ Barnyard:



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