Sisters Oregon Folk Festival

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Sisters Folk Festival

Each September, the small town of Sisters, Oregon hosts the Sisters Folk Festival, three days of celebration of American roots music, where the mountains and valleys come alive with sound.

  • Held every year in September, typically on the weekend after Labor Day.
  • This event is held in beautiful Sisters, Oregon, with six stages available for performances. 
  • Daily and Weekend passes are available

Overview: To celebrate American Music in the best way possible, it’s imperative to experience the Sisters Folk Festival in Sisters, Oregon. Every September you will hear blues, bluegrass, folk, country and rock music that will set your feet to tapping.

When: Held every year in September, typically on the weekend after Labor Day. This year it will take place September 8th-10th, 2017.

Where: This event is held in beautiful Sisters, Oregon, with six stages available for performances. All venues are no more than a half a mile apart. The main stage is downtown at the Village Green Park. When entering Sisters on Highway 20, turn right on South Elm Street, drive two blocks south and you’re there.

Fee: Weekend passes and daily tickets are available for pre purchase and on site purchase

Details: Spectacular performances make an appreciative audience, and the Sisters Folk Festival has one of the most appreciative audiences around. Many wonderful musicians have come to these stages since the festival started in 1995. Some of them have been The Waybacks, Jesse Winchester, Natalie MacMaster and Dave Carter.

Besides a lot of great restaurants that are along the walking routes as you go from stage to stage, food and drink are always available at the Sisters Art Works Stage and the Village Green Main Stage. You’ll find parking at each venue, and it’s free!

Find more details on the Sisters Folk Festival website.

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Every year the Sisters Folk Festival invites all to enjoy 3 full days of folk music.