The 44th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Fest Goes Virtual

. January 5, 2021.
The Ark
Image courtesy of The Ark.

Come check out a night or two of folk music fun with The Ark!

The Ark is excited to announce that the line up for the 44th annual Folk Festival has grown. An additional number of new and old friends have joined the show, set to take place on January 29 and 30.

As of right now, the line up has 12 different sets per day for audience members to enjoy. The most recent performances added to the show were Kiefer Sutherland, Gina Chaves, Willie Watson, Ron Pope, Crys Matthews, Andrea von Kampen, and David Bromberg.

The show is set to take place virtually, so everyone will be able to enjoy two nights of wonderful music by amazing folk and roots performances. Each night will include a blend of well known and up-and-coming artists performing 20 to 40 minute sets for the audience to dance to and enjoy.

The line up at this moment is as follows:

Friday, January 29

Raul Malo

Colin Hay

Alan Doyle

The War And Treaty

Kiefer Sutherland

Joe Pug

Glen Phillips

Amythyst Kiah

Gina Chavez

Willie Watson

Ron Pope

The Accidentals with special guest Kim Richey direct from The Ark stage!

Saturday, January 30

Robert Earl Keen

Bruce Cockburn

Dar Williams

David Bromberg

George Winston

Vance Gilbert

Dom Flemons

Matt Andersen

Crys Matthews

Sierra Ferrell

Andrea von Kampen

The RFD Boys direct from The Ark stage!

Tickets are on sale now for those interested in attending the virtual event. Viewing of the show will be available for an additional week as well. Click here to order your tickets for one or both days.

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