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NHPR Folk Festival Calendar 8.16.15

August 26-29

Blistered Fingers Family Bluegrass Festival ~ Litchfield, ME 207-873-6539

Performers include:Larry Efaw & The Bluegrass Mountaineers, Monadnock, Nothin’ Fancy, The Zola Boys, The Bluegrass Diamonds, Zink & Company, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Volume Five, The Gibson Brothers, Blistered Fingers

August 28-30

The American Folk Festival ~ Bangor, ME

On the Waterfront

Performers include: Preston Shannon, Wylie and the Wild West, Mickey Galyean & the Cullen’s Bridge, Imamyar Hasanov

Sept. 4-6

Thomas Point Bluegrass Festival, Thomas Point Beach with Hot Rize with Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers,  Del McCoury Band, Jerry Douglas presents The Earls of Leicester, Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives, the Gibson Brothers, Doyle Lawson, Della Mae and more;


Rhythm & Roots Festival ~ Charlestown, RI

At Ninigret Park 888-855-6940

Performers include: The Mavericks, Keb Mo, Lake Street Dive, Los Lobos, Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys, Sarah Potenza, Marcia Ball, Ten Strings & a Goatskin, Eilen Jewell, and many more 

Sept. 7

31st Annual Bread & Roses Festival ~ Lawrence, MA

On the Lawrence Common  978-309-9740

Schedule not yet available

Sept. 18-20

NH Highland Games & Festival ~ Lincoln, NH

At Loon Mountain 603-229-1975

Performers include: Albannach, John Carmichael, Brendan Carey Block, Alasdair Frasier, Natalie Haas, Halalie, Prydein, The Brigadoons, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Charlie Zahm

September 18-20

Freshgrass Festival-North Adams, MA @ MASS MOCA with the Punch Brothers, The Earls of Leicester, Del McCoury Band, Leftover Salmon, Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem, Birds of Chicago, Flatt Lonesome, Twisted Pine, and more.  www.

Sept. 19 & 20

Joe Davies Folk Festival ~ Middleboro, MA

At Soule Homestead  508-947-6744

Kate has been hosting The Folk Show since 1995. In addition to her studio work, Kate emcees festivals and concerts throughout the Northeast.
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