- Your hosts, Dave Kline & the Mountain Folk Band
- Sweet Potato Pie
- Gary Reid
- Big Valley Bluegrass
- The Zepp Family Band
- Crow Hill
- Butch Imhoff
- The Boiled Owls
(subject to change)
Gates open at Noon
12:45 to 1pm: Zepp Family Band
1 to 1:45: Big Valley Bluegrass
1:45 to 2:30: Dave Kline & the Mountain Folk Band with guests
2:30 to 3:15pm – The Boiled Owls
3:15 to 4: Zepp Family Band
4 to 4:45: Sweet Potato Pie
4:45 to 5:30: Dave Kline & the Mountain Folk Band with guests
5:30 to 6:15: Big Valley Bluegrass
6:15 to 7pm – The Boiled Owls
7:00 to 8:30: Sweet Potato Pie
8:30 to 9:15: TBA
Gates open at Noon
12:45 to 1pm: Dave Kline & the Mountain Folk Band with guests
1 to 1:45: Sweet Potato Pie
1:45 to 2:30: Single Mic Contest – Round 1
2:30 to 3:15: Single Mic Contest – Round 1
3:15 to 3:50: Act One – Life of Sorrow, Musical story of Carter Stanley with Gary Reid
3:50 to 4:05: Butch Imhoff
4:05 to 4:40: Act Two – Life of Sorrow, Gary Reid
4:40 to 5pm: Q&A about Life of Sorrow with Gary Reid
5pm to 5:45: Single Mic Contest – Round 2
5:45 to 6:30: Single Mic Contest – Round 2
6:30 to 7:15: Crow Hill
7:15 to 7:30: Contest winners announced and winners play a song
7:30 to 8pm: Mountain Folk Fest farewell group jam and wrap-up
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!
Any band not performing as a paid act at our festival may apply to enter our Mountain Folk Single Microphone competition, sponsored by Ear Trumpet Labs. Please use this link for rules and the sign-up sheet. >>>
Craft Vendors Application
If you would like to set up a craft stand at our festival, please use this link to get all of the information and an application sheet. >>>
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 are available at this link via Brown Paper Tickets.
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.