LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - It's Kentucky Music Weekend (KMW) at Iroquois Amphitheater, with some of the finest folk musicians in the area performing.
This is the 38th consecutive year for the festival which was voted into law as Kentucky's "Premier Folk Festival", KMW continues to be one of the top folk festivals in the country.
Musical acts will be performing throughout Saturday and Sunday and the event has been expanded to include Arts & Crafts at Iroquois (a juried craft fair).
A few of the acts included are: Storefront Congregation, Small Potatoes, Whistlin' Rufus, the Bibelhauser Brothers, Mitch Barrett, Keltricity and Fresh Cut Grass. Evening concerts both Friday and Saturday nights offer a diverse combination of folk music styles from bluegrass to blues to singer-songwriter originals. Entertainment starts at 10 am and goes to 4:30 or 4:45 pm. Evening concerts Friday and Saturday run from 7 to 11 pm; Sunday, entertainment starts at noon and goes to 5 pm.
There will be a $10 "suggested donation" for the festival each night. Daytime events are free.
For a complete listing of performances and events, click on www.kentuckymusicweekend.com.
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