Hosted by Charlotte Folk Society
Folk Society Stage 2019
Friday, September 20
|5:00-5:40 PM||Megan Farley||Singer/Uke|
|5:50-6:30 PM||Eat More Chicken||Old Time, Folk|
|6:40-7:15 PM||Carolina Classic Cloggers||Clog Dance|
Saturday, September 21
|10:45-11:15 PM||Sophie Peace||Singer|
|11:30-12:15 PM||Lower Providence Gospel Revue||Gospel/folk|
|12:30-1:15 PM||Province of Thieves||Bluegrass/Americana|
|1:30-2:15 PM||Mark Larson Combo||Swing/Americana|
|2:30-3:15 PM||Michael Eldredge||Singer/Songwriter/Folk|
|3:30-4:15 PM||Overdue Bluegrass Band||Bluegrass|
|5:30-6:30 PM||Men Standing for Christ||Gospel Vocals|
|6:45-7:45 PM||High Ridge Pickers||Old Time/Bluegrass|
|8:00-9:00 PM||Rob McHale Band||Folk/Americana|
Sunday, September 22
|11:15-12:00 PM||Dusseldorf Band||German Oktoberfest|
|12:00-12:30 PM||Maha’s Dances of India||Indian Dance|
|12:35-1:20 PM||Ramona Big Eagle||Native American Stories|
|1:30-2:15 PM||South Branch Bluegrass||Bluegrass|
|2:25-3:00 PM||Lisa Mackey & Marc Lees||Americana/Originals|
|3:10-4:10 PM||Myers Park HS Bluegrass Band||Bluegrass|
|4:15-5:00 PM||Sweet Serenade||Old Country/Folk/Bluegrass|
Please note: schedule subject to change; check www.folksociety.org for latest updates.
Since 1982, the Charlotte Folk Society has been dedicated to promoting the ongoing enjoyment and preservation of traditional and contemporary folk music, dance, crafts and lore. The volunteer-powered non-profit is celebrating 36 years of bringing the folk arts to the Charlotte community and beyond.
This year’s Folk Stage marks the Charlotte Folk Society’s 21st year at Festival in the Park. Come by and listen to storytellers, Celtic, old-time, country, honky tonk, and bluegrass musicians. Enjoy folk and gospel singers, singer/songwriters, and dancers from several traditions. Feel free to clap your hands, tap your feet, or get up and dance to the music!
A detailed schedule is listed on this website under schedule of events. Check out the Charlotte Folk Society website at www.folksociety.org for information about free and family-friendly second-Friday concerts at the Great Aunt Stella Center, 926 Elizabeth Avenue, Downtown Charlotte.