“This was just what we expected,” Tim Moyer of Moyer Entertainment Group, said. “We saw nearly 1,000 visitors come and enjoy the intimate festival that was enjoyable in a very easy way at the ranch. And this time it was all for nonprofit causes.” Moyer Entertainment Group organized the comeback of the Temecula Bluegrass Festival which was dropped from the city of Temecula’s calendar last year.
The event made the sounds of bluegrass music, country gospel and traditional country music ring even truer to the tradition of early America to some visitors who camped right next to corrals housing some of the top world western cutting, dressage and running horses being trained by internationally known trainers.
Tucalota Creek Ranch owners Kay and Alan Needle and son Josh were pleased with the special event at their 22-acre, professional horse training ranch and their by-invitation only TCR Cellars winery at 39560 Benton Road outside of Temecula.
“We don’t have many events here,” Kay Needle said, sitting in the VIP section of the large arena where the bands played. “This is special.”
Alan Needle said they hope to work with Moyer on other special events at the ranch.