Great time to volunteer!
VOLUNTEER FOR GREAT LAKES FOLK FESTIVAL, AUG. 11-13 EAST LANSING
The Michigan State University Museum’s Great Lakes Folk Festival is seeking volunteers for a variety of positions for the three-day annual community event, set for Aug. 11 – 13 in downtown East Lansing.
More than 300 agile and spirited volunteers help produce the festival, filling three- and four-hour shifts in a variety of areas, including staffing information booths,
The roots, the rhythms and the richness of music, dance, arts and culture come to downtown East Lansing for the Michigan State University Museum’s annual Great Lakes Folk Festival, Aug. 11-13.
Anna & Elizabeth | Old-Time Ballads | Cedar Springs, VA
Bandolero Durán | Voices and Colors of Latin America | Detroit, MI
Bryan Bowers | Autoharp | Sedro-Woolley, WA
Chris Jones &
In 2016 we introduced the Jam Tent at the Great Lakes Folk Festival, and we’d like to bring it back to the 2017 festival with your help.
Last year at the Jam Tent, talented Michigan artists led music jams, sessions, and workshops that were open and free to everyone. Mick Gavin from the Detroit area gave a workshop on Irish fiddling, Nick Schaedig of Les Cheneaux Islands talked to people about documenting folklore in their own backyards,
The marketplace at the Great Lakes Folk Festival features hand-made goods with folk wisdom and functionality, Aug. 11 – 13 in downtown East Lansing.
Interested vendors should go to zapplication.org and search for Great Lakes Folk Festival 2017 or click here! ZAPP is an online application system that allows artists to upload high-resolution digital images of their artwork and apply to participating art shows, festivals, and fairs. The application deadline is July 15,
The greater Lansing region is home to more than 100 festivals and events, attracting nearly half a million people. To find out more about these festivals and events visit the Arts Council of Greater Lansing’s Festival Alliance.