Midland Folk Music Festival

      


   Here is the REVISED schedule for the 2018 Midland Folk Music Festival:   (remember to bring your own chair along, and no promises are made or implied regarding weather, illness, etc.!)   

This is the version that will be available at the festival.   

Thank you to Ida O'Dell for all her hard work to create this program - stop by at the festival and say "thanks", and get yourself a commemorative 2018 MFMF T-shirt while you're at their vendor booth!











The Folk Music Society of Midland presents the

2018 MIDLAND FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL
August 23 - 26,  2018
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Location: Midland County Fairgrounds (6905 Eastman Rd., Midland, MI)


FESTIVAL RULES, GUIDELINES AND REMINDERS


Admission is $10 for those who are not yet FMSM members, and $5 for those who have joined FMSM.  This provides access to all workshops, concerts, dances, open mics, and other activities at the festival.  

Camping, with water and electricity on site, is available for $20/night.  PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 9AM ON MONDAY, AUGUST 20TH.  The Midland County Fair runs through Sunday, August 19th, and the fair people, who have been there all week, are as anxious to leave as you are to arrive, so :PLEASE ALLOW THEM THE COURTESY of having time to pack up, unhook, dump out, pull out and be on their way.

The EVENT SCHEDULE is posted above, showing that Rubik's Cube can actually be solved!  Remember that very few workshops provide seating, so be sure to bring your own chair along.  Any workshop schedule changes will be posted on the whiteboard at the Campground Registration tent, and also on whiteboard in the Fair Center. 

Pets must be leashed and controlled. No electronic instruments are permitted.  Alcohol is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

In fairness to the vendors, who are located in the fair center (Gerstacker Building) and have paid a fee for the privilege of vending, campsite vending of items must stop at noon on Thursday.

Please arrive at workshops with instruments already in tune!  No smoking in workshops or workshop areas - no ifs, ands, or butts about it!  ;-)

This event is sponsored in part by a grant from the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation