May 2023!
Sherri Warner Hunter Workshop

Concrete Camp: Hybrid Armatures. 5 day workshop. We’ll combine a variety of materials to enhance the possibilities of carved polystyrene sculptures. Non-welded elements created with rebar, wire, expanded metal mesh, or PVC, will be added to provide installation systems, strength, and/or details, prior to layering the forms in concrete. These pieces can be further developed as a concrete sculpture or used as a mosaic substrate.

Registration Opening Soon!

Sunday, October 16th 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Jake Eddy and Jacob Jolliff with The Dirty Grass Players

Join us for Bluegrass in the courtyard of the TileWorks! Jake Eddy is a bluegrass musician. He’s a guitar flatpicker, and in a previous life, he played banjo professionally with the Becky Buller Band (at age 14). He often plays music with his brother Carter on bass. Ralph Stanley used to play music with his brother Carter too. Jake also plays a lot of music with mandolin players. He is performing at the TileWorks with a great young mandolin player named Jacob Jolliff. Jacob is probably best known as the ex-mandolin player in Yonder Mountain String Band. He also played with a band called Joy Kills Sorrow. Bill Monroe used to play mandolin with his brother, Charlie on guitar. Jake and Jacob will be playing bluegrass in the spirit of The Monroe Brothers, and the Stanley Brothers. They are wonderfully talented bluegrass pickers and we are very much looking forward to having them at the TileWorks this Fall.

Doors open at 1:00pm. Bring your chairs, blankets, and drinks. Enjoy the Food truck!

Sunday, August 28th 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Dan Tyminski Band with Serene Green

Dan Tyminski has been playing with Alison Krauss and Union Station for decades. They have won more awards than you can count. I think the Grammy count is at 14. He was also the voice of George Clooney in the blockbuster movie ‘Oh Brother Where Art Thou’. Recently he has recorded with renowned DJ Avicii, and he has registered and international hit with ‘Hey Brother’. His roots are in bluegrass and his band is made up of friends from Nashville who love to play and sing. Serene Green are a Pennsylvania bluegrass band. They are young, talented, fun and they love playing and singing bluegrass. They write original music and cover the classics.

Doors Open at 1:00pm. Bring your chairs, blankets, and drinks. Enjoy the Food trucks!

Sunday, July 31st 2:00pm to 6:00pm
East Nash Grass with the Cirotti Trio

East Nash Grass are a bunch of young pickers and singers who live in the hip section of East Nashville, Tennessee. Led by James Kee, supported by some of the best pickers in Nashville, they present the full range of bluegrass from fast, hard-driving to murder ballads which will break your heart. The Cirotti Trio are a band from the area, hailing from PA and NJ. Joe Cirotti is the guitar player and singer who started as a kid playing electric guitar until he heard Doc Watson. His fascination with the acoustic guitar shines thru his expressive playing.

Doors Open at 1:00pm. Bring your chairs, blankets, and drinks. Enjoy the Food truck!

Sunday, September 25th 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Jerry Douglas with The Wildmans

Jerry Douglas is perhaps the most awarded dobro player that has ever lived. He has recorded on more than 1500 albums. He has won countless awards, including Grammys, and IBMA’s. He produces music and is co-director of The Transatlantic Sessions TV series. He also has played and recorded with many, if not all, of the bluegrass greats over the years. It is an honor to have him play at our first annual Bluegrass at the Tileworks Series.The Wildmans are a trio that hails from Floyd, Virginia, in the heart of Appalachia. They are led by brother and sister team of Eli and Aila Wildman and rounded out by Victor Furtado on banjo. All three sing beautifully, and all three have won multiple awards on their respective instruments. They play a style of old time music that we think you will love.

Doors Open at 1:00pm. Bring your chairs, blankets, and drinks. Enjoy the Food truck!

130 E Swamp Rd, Doylestown, PA 18901