Tucson Folk Festival
The Tucson Folk Festival returns!
Arizona Arts and Arizona Arts Live are proud to support the Tucson Folk Festival as title sponsors for its 36th year with a range of new ways to enjoy the festival, including over 75 socially distanced performances, broadcast live from three stages:
- Centennial Hall at the University of Arizona
- Drive-In Stage at Park Place Mall
- MSA Annex at Mercado San Agustin
All performances will be broadcast live for free viewing online. Viewers can watch at home, in a car or in person.
- Grammy Award-winning folk and bluegrass artists Laurie Lewis & Nina Gerber will perform live from Berkeley, California.
- The Tucsonics, featuring special guests
- Ron Pandy presented by Arizona Arts and Arizona Arts Live
And regional fan favorites, Heather Hardy Band, JC & Laney, Ryanhood, CS&M Trio, Gertie and the TO Boyz, P.D. Ronstadt & the Company.
Saturday, Apr. 10
Noon-9 p.m.: Drive-In Stage at Park Place Mall
10:30 a.m.-7 p.m.: Centennial Hall at University of Arizona
11:45 a.m.-9 p.m.: MSA Annex at Mercado San Agustin
Sunday, Apr. 11
11:30 a.m. -9 p.m. Drive-In Stage at Park Place Mall
10 a.m. - 7p.m. Centennial Hall at University of Arizona
11:45 a.m. - 9 p.m. MSA Annex at Mercado San Agustin
Drive-In Stage at Park Place Mall: No reservations are required. Up to 300 cars can view the performances in a spaced-out parking spaces just southeast of Park Place Mall (in the lot behind LA Fitness near Wilmot and Broadway). This stage features live performances viewable by car and broadcasting live online.
Centennial Hall at the University of Arizona, presented by our Arizona Arts and Arizona Arts Live: This stage will not have an in-person audience and is viewable online by live broadcast. This stage will feature live performances all weekend, the Young Artist Showcase and the Ron Pany Family Show on Sunday at 12:15 p.m., and a broadcast of our pre-recorded Stefan George Memorial Songwriting Competition on Saturday.
MSA Annex at the Mercado San Agustin: Up to 94 attendees can view the live performances in spaced-out seating pods. MSA Ticket reservations are required for MSA Annex and can be made at any Bookmans store, online at the festival website or on site.
Ways to Watch
All performances will be available as a free-to-watch live broadcast accessible through the Tucson Folk Festival website with audience members invited at the Drive-In Stage at Park Place Mall (no reservation required), and to socially distanced pod seating at the MSA Annex (reservation required).
MSA Annex ticket reservations can be made in any Bookmans store or online at the Festival website.
For full details and registration, visit the link below!