2018 SISTERS FOLK FESTIVAL

When:
September 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – September 9, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
2018-09-07T18:00:00-07:00
2018-09-09T16:00:00-07:00

There will be acts playing at The Belfry all weekend.

NO TICKETS AT THE DOOR.

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The Festival hosts 40+ acts and eleven stages, including an 900-seat venue at the Village Green Park in downtown Sisters, and 1,100 seats at Sisters Art Works.

2018 Sisters Folk Festival Announces Initial Artist Lineup

Sisters, OR ~ The Sisters Folk Festival is proud to announce the initial lineup for the annual event, September 7-9, 2018. As one of the most revered acoustic music events in the Pacific Northwest, the Sisters Folk Festival is where “All the Town’s a Stage”, produced in beautiful Sisters, Oregon, with 11 venues throughout town. Festival passes are $150 for adults and $50 for those 18 and under.

The artists bring diverse styles, cultures and genres along with exceptional talent to this year’s Festival. 2018 Artists include songwriters Justin Townes Earle; author and activist Dar Williams; Robbie Fulks; Claire Lynch; leading actor in the film American Folk, Joe Purdy; Portland-based songsmith Haley Heynderickx; Joe Pug; Danny Schmidt & Carrie Elkin; Chuck Cannon; and Canadian Lindi Ortega. Diverse and entertaining bands include Amy Helm; the highly entertaining and horn-driven stringband The Dustbowl Revival; the hot jazz and Western-swing trio Hot Club of Cowtown; the progressive bluegrass band The Lil Smokies; Toronto-based Afro-Cuban band Battle of Santiago; the indie-leaning The Accidentals; the multiple styles of Banda Magda; the genre-bending Gangstagrass; the outrageously talented Hawaiian swing band Kahulanui; Gulf-Coast roots and Tex-Mex-American sounds of Tremoloco; Phoebe Hunt & the Gatherers, led by fiddler and singer-songwriter Phoebe Hunt, which also comprises the accordion-driven instrumental group Sam Reider & the Human Hands; the creative and adventurous Jon Stickley Trio; and alt-country band Western Centuries, led by Cahalen Morrison.

The Festival will also feature the ragtime, old-time Appalachian mountain music and blues of Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton; Canadian ukulele phenoms James Hill and Anne Janelle; songwriter and claw-hammer banjo player Kaia Kater; Atlanta-based gospel soul-singer Marshall Ruffin; western landscape songs of Martha Scanlan; the dynamic singing of Freddy & Francine; creative interpreters of American music Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons; award-winning songwriter Beth Wood and more. The final lineup will be released by mid-June.

VIEW THE FULL LINEUP INFO AND VIDEOS

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