The Inaugural Minco Music Heritage Festival is a Community Festival held in and around Keyser, WV. The Festival will run the week of June 17-23rd with a full days schedule on the weekend. The festival will celebrate our community and the wealth and diversity of music that has come out of it. From Bluegrass to Rock from Country to Classical, from Old Time to Gospel.
This year’s events will feature two musicians who called Mineral County Home. Jack Rollins, a prolific writer who collaborated on such standards as “Frosty the Snowman”, “Smokey the Bear”, “Here Comes Peter Cottontail” and many others. He was a gifted composer and musician who called Keyser home. Don Redman was a Jazz Musician, arranger, band leader and composer who left Piedmont to perform all over the world. The Festival will celebrate their music as well as other local artist who wrote, performed, grew up, and called the region home.
The festival will include vendors, crafts, rides and games as well as plenty of food choices. Our music heritage will be celebrated during the entire week at many local venues. Don’t miss this inaugural event.