The 34th Annual Blissfest Music Festival will be a celebration of music, culture, art and community featuring a world of diverse and innovative folk, world and roots music and dance at the Festival Farm in picturesque rural northern Michigan. It is truly a blissful musical weekend to be shared with families, friends and music-lovers of all ages. The annual event is a showcase of the many musical styles that define American roots and world music. Bluegrass, Blues, Zydeco, Celtic, Folk, Jazz, Latin, Ethnic, World music and dance all share the stage. Innovators of these roots styles are on hand to dazzle and amaze. There is something for everyone!
Performers include: Abagail Stauffer Trio; The Accidentals; Airborn or Aquatic; Andrew & Noah Band; The Appleseed Collective; The Bennett Band; Billy Strings & Don Julin; Blair Crimmins and the Hookers; Blood Sisters; Brown Rice Family; Claudia Schmidt & Dean Mcgraw; Darlen Ya; Dixon’s Violin; Donna the Buffalo; Duhks; Erin Ivey; Fauxgrass; Felix y Los Gatos; Fishtank Ensemble; Galatic Sherpas; Hardy Dam Ramblers; Heywood Banks; Honey Spine; Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate; Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers; Joe Reilly; Josh Davis; Kellerville; Kevin Kammeraad & Cooperfly Puppet Troupe; Laith Al-Saadi; Madcat Midnight Blues Journey; Moors and McCumber; Mulebone; The O’Shraves; Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band; Rusted Root; Scott Cook; Seth and May; Star and Micey; Tartanic; Todd Snider; Maray Fuego; Rex Costello; Silent Disco with DjDomiNate.
Ticket range: $19.50-$126.50 for teens, seniors, adults; individual days or weekend pass.
Harbor Springs is just off Historic M-119, across the Bay from Petoskey.