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JUNEAU - The Alaska Folk Festival will occupy Centennial Hall beginning April 9 with evening concerts beginning at 7 p.m. Look for the remainder of the schedule in the April 11 issue of the Capital City Weekly.
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Wednesday, April 04, 2012

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Alaska Folk Festival begins

JUNEAU - The Alaska Folk Festival will occupy Centennial Hall beginning April 9 with evening concerts beginning at 7 p.m. Look for the remainder of the schedule in the April 11 issue of the Capital City Weekly.

This schedule is subject to change. For more information, visit www.akfolkfest.org.

Monday, April 9

Emcee: Grace Elliott

7:00 Floyd Dryden Strings

7:15 JAMM: Juneau, Alaska Music Matters at Glacier Valley Elementary School

7:30 Busman's Holiday

7:45 Alaskan Travelers

8:00 Eve's Echo

8:15 Juneau Co-Op Family Band

8:30 The House Family Band

8:45 RonaMay and Salissa

9:00 Katie Henry

9:15 Flutatious

9:30 The Lovely Drifters

9:45 Devil's Thumb

10:00 The Henhouse

10:15 Whippoorwill

10:30 Kickstands

Tuesday, April 10

Emcee: Jim Grammel

7:00 Alaska Youth Choir

7:15 Kyle Harris

7:30 Mission a Paris

7:45 Itinerant Pickers

8:00 The Bluescast

8:15 Devan Clarice

8:30 Tracy Spring

8:45 Hillbilly Honeys

9:00 Jam Pack

9:15 Travis Reed and Friends

9:30 City of Juneau Pipe Band

9:45 Floating on Airplanes

10:00 Tracy Bird and Friend

10:15 Nicole Church with Brenna Urquhart

10:30 Celtic Mothers and Daughters

Other events to look forward to:

All-Day Coffee and Jam

9 a.m.-3 p.m. April 13, Juneau Arts and Culture Center

Songwriters Showcases

3-6 p.m. April 14-15, Silverbow Bakery Back Room

Annual Membership Meeting

5 p.m. April 13, Juneau Arts and Culture Center

Guest Artist: The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band

8 p.m. April 11 and 9 p.m. April 15

Jam Spots

To Be Announced

Instrument Swap

3-4:30 p.m. April 14, Centennial Hall Sheffield Ballroom

2-5 p.m. April 14, The Rookery Cafe; acoustic styles from Gypsy jazz to Latin

Dances

7 p.m.-midnight April 12-14, Juneau Arts and Culture Center


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