Darrington Bluegrass Grounds

The Darrington Bluegrass Grounds and amphitheater is owned and operated by the Darrington Bluegrass Association and is located in the foothills of the North Cascade Mountains just 3 miles west of  Darrington.

The Darrington Bluegrass Grounds has been host to such national acts as Blue Oyster Cult, Kansas, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, CCR, Grand Funk, Pat Traverse, Randy Bachman, Steppenwolf, Black Oak Arkansas, and is home of the annual Darrington Bluegrass Festival.

The amphitheater provides quality sound in a wonderful location. The Stillaguamish River flows along the northern edge of the grounds.  It is easy to find from the campsites due to the many well worn footpaths leading to its banks. To the south there are views of  Whitehorse and Jumbo Mountains that will surely take your breath away.

Whitehorse Mountain in the summer time, photo by Cal Thomas

From I-5 take Exit 208 and head east on Hwy 530 to Darrington for approximately 30 miles.

45 miles south of Bellingham to Exit 208
43 miles north of Seattle to Exit 208