Music is in the air this Spring at the Tucson Folk Festival on March 31st-April 2nd in downtown Tucson and Bookmans will be rocking out in the Kid's Zone with
Music is in the air this Spring at the Tucson Folk Festival on March 31st-April 2nd in downtown Tucson and Bookmans will be rocking out in the Kid’s Zone with our portable musical instrument petting zoo! Ever wanted to strum a guitar, beat on a hand drum or even play the fiddle just like Lindsey Sterling? Stop by the Bookmans booth and give tons of different instruments a try.
About Tucson Folk Festival
The Tucson Folk Festival is one of the longest-running folk music festivals in the country and has grown to be Arizona’s largest free to the public music festival. The annual three-day event celebrates American Folk Music traditions and all the wonderful variations, from Bluegrass to Blues, and Mariachi to Zydeco! This family-friendly festival is held in some of the most historic sections of Downtown Tucson. Featuring multiple stages of acoustic music and hundreds of performers, the festival annually entertains well over 13,000 fans coming from all over Arizona and tuning in online from across the nation. This two-day event also features a wide variety of food and craft vendors, a beer garden, interactive music workshops, a Family Show, the Roger Mikulas Young Artist Showcase for performers under 18, a Ballad Tree for songwriters, Elise Grecco Marketplace for food and craft vendors, and the Stefan George Songwriting Competition. Over 250 volunteers contribute annually to the success of this festival.
March 31 (Friday) 10:00 am - April 2 (Sunday) 5:00 pm