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A Virtual Tribute to Bill Staines | Hosted by the Woodstock Folk Festival | Premieres Sunday, February 6
A Virtual Tribute to Bill Staines, America’s Quintessential Troubador, premieres Feb. 6, 1pm/CST. Hosted by the Woodstock Folk Festival. Continue reading
The 2021 36th Annual Woodstock Folk Festival comes to you Sunday, July 18, 2021, 1pm/CDT. Check out the awesome lineup of performers. Continue reading
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Sones de México Ensemble! Join Mexico’s premiere GRAMMY nominated folk music group on a virtual musical tour. Continue reading
Jon Shain premieres for Woodstock Wednesdays April 28, 7pm/CDT. Veteran singer-songwriter, piedmont blues, bluegrass, swing, ragtime. Continue reading
Magpie (Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner) premieres Apr 21. “Simply, absolutely, unequivocally wonderful…” Here for Woodstock Wednesdays. Continue reading
With Zachary Stevenson on board to tribute Phil Ochsfor Woodstock Wednesdays, April 7, 7pm/CDT, we’re in for a special event! Continue reading
Hawktail — fiddler Brittany Haas, bassist Paul Kowert, guitarist Jordan Tice, mandolinist Dominick Leslie – online concert March 26, 7pm/CDT Continue reading
Mara Levine appeared at the Woodstock Folk Festival in 2018. She premieres for Woodstock Wednesdays March 24, 7pm/CDT. Continue reading
St. Patty’s Day Celebration with Trillium — our next Woodstock Wednesdays performer — coming right up. Trillium, with current members Mim Eichmann and Doug Lofstrom, performed at the Woodstock Folk Festival in 2009. Continue reading
Ordinary Elephant, International Folk Music Awards 2017 Artist of the Year, delights with music and poetry for Woodstock Wednesdays. Continue reading