The 25th Rhythm & Roots Festival anniversary will be an epic celebration of music, dance, and local food. The festival always gives off a feel-good, laid-back vibe that attracts thousands back to Ninigret Park every Labor Day weekend. This is the year to come and celebrate the festival’s 25th anniversary, Sept 1-3.
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The 25th-anniversary lineup is the most diverse yet, covering Bluegrass, Cajun, R&B, Delta blues, zydeco, soul, country, swamp rock, gospel and some music that defies all categories.
The Providence Journal talks history of Rhythm and Roots and how CEO of GoodWorks Tyler Grill saved the festival from extinction.
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If you’re looking for something to do for Labor Day weekend check out the 25th annual Rhythm and Roots Festival!
“I’ll just say that this is one of the biggest lineups the festival has ever had. If you’re going to go, I think the best way to enjoy it is by camping. You’re there for three days and you’re fully immersed in it. The food is awesome, there’s so much to choose from and if you have kids, there’s a playground right in the middle of the field where kids can be on the swings and slides while having a blast and listening to good tunes. All around, the full experience is what makes it special.”-Tyler Grill, GoodWorks Entertainment CEO
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Rhythm & Roots Music Festival
The 25th Rhythm & Roots Music, Dance, and Food Festival will feature headliners Greensky Bluegrass, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, and Dumpstaphunk, who will join more than 20 other bands.
Ninigret Park, Charlestown, RI
September 1-3, Labor Day weekend
Rhythm & Roots has become an annual must-do event for hundreds of families, music fans, and dancers, who enjoy the laid-back vibe and endless variety of music in the small, seaside community of Charlestown. As always, the festival delivers music for a broad fan base including blues, bluegrass, Cajun, country, gospel, rock, R&B, soul, and of course zydeco – food that covers the globe and a 4,400-square foot dance floor that draws dancers from around the country.
For more information visit their website https://rhythmandroots.com or check out the press release on