Entertainers

Schedule

Saturday, 6/17/17

Gates open at Noon

12:45 to 1:30pm: Boiled Owls

1:45 to 2:30: Grexin’

2:45 to 3:30: Michael and Jennifer McLain Band, featuring Dan Kelly

3:45 to 4:30: Tennessee Mafia Jug Band

4:45 to 5:30: Boiled Owls

5:45 to 6:30: Grexin’

6:45 to 7:30: Michael and Jennifer McLain Band, featuring Dan Kelly

7:45 to 8:30: Tennessee Mafia Jug Band

 

Sunday, 6/18/17

Gates open at Noon

12:45 to 1:30pm: Michael and Jennifer McLain Band, featuring Dan Kelly

1:45 to 3:30: Single Microphone Competition – Round One (15 minute max slots)

3:45 to 4:30: Michael and Jennifer McLain Band, featuring Dan Kelly

4:45 to 5:30: Single Microphone Competition – Round Two (15 minute max slots)

5:45 to 6:00: Solo Act for 15 minutes while scores are tallied

6:00 to 6:15: Announcement of results of Single Microphone Competition

6:30 to 7:00: Winning band Encore performance

7:15 to 8:00: Farewell Jam and Goodbyes

Single Microphone Competition

This pic shows the Ear Trumpet Labs “LOUISE” model that the winning band of the single microphone competition will receive.  It’s a prize valued at $599.00!

This pic shows the Ear Trumpet Labs “LOUISE” model that the winning band of the single microphone competition will receive. It’s a prize valued at $599.00!

To Be Announced

Congratulations to the band Grexin’ who won the 2016 Mountain Folk Single Microphone Competition, sponsored by Ear Trumpet Labs. To see videos of all the competitors in last years competition click here. >>>

Tickets & Details

There’s plenty of free parking!  It’s going to be a happening with live radio and TV broadcasting.

Tickets are just $15.00 per day in advance, or $25.00 for a two-day ticket!  Ticket prices on the day of the festival are $25.00 for a single day or $40.00 for a two-day ticket.  Children 7 to 12 are just $5.00 each for a two day pass.  Children 6 and under are free.  We’re a family-friendly event.  The event goes rain or shine with plenty of covered and sheltered areas.  Advance tickets will be available starting in early 2017.  Check back then for the link.

Proceeds go in part to benefit the Mountain Folk Youth Acoustic Guitar & Banjo Scholarship Fund which provides financial support to music students looking to improve their technique and repertoire.

No dogs or other animals please; except service dogs.  No coolers or external food or beverages allowed into the venue.  There will be plenty of great beverages as well as delicious food available for sale at the venue.

Even though we have plenty of picnic and other tables and chairs, please feel free to bring your own folding chairs and blankets too.  If you’re a musician, bring your instrument because we have some gorgeous, shaded areas for jamming.

No camping or overnight stays are allowed on the festival grounds.