The Tucson Folk Festival is a FREE, two-day event celebrating Americana/Folk Music traditions and all the wonderful variations!
Not just Americana/Folk… American Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Jazz, Celtic, Zydeco, and various styles of Latin and Mexican music!
This annual family-friendly festival is held in some of the most historic sections of Downtown Tucson: El Presidio Park, La Cocina Restaurant, Presidio Museum and surrounding area.
The 33rd Annual festival features five stages of traditional, contemporary, and ethnic folk and acoustic music that entertains and delights a multi-faceted and diverse audience.
Saturday, May 5 | 12pm-10pm
Sunday, May 6 | 11am-9pm
Tucson Folk Festival Musicians
Over 120 groups or soloists, perform at the festival and features a National Headliner – Pokey LaFarge on Saturday Night – and Local Headliner – Greg & Randal Morton Band with Special Guests on Sunday Night.
The festival attracts over 12,000 fans and participants who come from all over southern Arizona, and across the nation.
- Stefan George Memorial Songwriting Competition
- Children’s Show
- Young Artist Stage for youth under 18
- interactive music workshops
- Ballad Tree for future songwriters (Open Mic)
- and a wide variety of food and craft vendors and beer garden.