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JUNEAU - The Alaska Folk Festival will continue at Centennial Hall through April 15 with free evening concerts beginning at 7 p.m. and weekend afternoon concerts beginning at noon. This schedule is subject to change. For more information, visit www.akfolkfest.org.
Folk Festival schedule 041112 AE 1 Capital City Weekly JUNEAU - The Alaska Folk Festival will continue at Centennial Hall through April 15 with free evening concerts beginning at 7 p.m. and weekend afternoon concerts beginning at noon. This schedule is subject to change. For more information, visit www.akfolkfest.org.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Story last updated at 4/11/2012 - 11:35 am

Folk Festival schedule

JUNEAU - The Alaska Folk Festival will continue at Centennial Hall through April 15 with free evening concerts beginning at 7 p.m. and weekend afternoon concerts beginning at noon. This schedule is subject to change. For more information, visit www.akfolkfest.org.

Wednesday, April 11

Emcee: Scott Burton

7:00 Juneau String Ensemble

7:15 Northern Light United Church Chancel Choir

7:30 Songs from the 4th Floor

7:45 Dean Franck

8:00 Pat Henry

8:15 Chuck Hughes on Chapman Stick

8:30 Ed Schoenfeld and the Empty Oil Barrel Band

8:45 The Noodle of Doum

9:00 Art Johns

9:15 Song for the Journey

9:30 Geoff Kirsch's Great SE Alaskan One-Man Hair-Band Experience Experiment Projeqt

9:45 Buckley Women

10:00 Hiram and Terry's Romper Room

10:15 Dave Stancliff and friends

10:30 Dangerous Good

10:45 King Volcano

Thursday, April 12

Emcee: Riley Woodford

7:00 The Fiddleheads

7:15 Caressa

7:30 Mary DeSmet and Greg Burger

7:45 The Lost Lakers

8:00 Guest Artist: The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band

8:45 Will Putman

9:00 Costa's Angel Band Aka Hootenanny in Heaven

9:15 Whiskey Class

9:30 Jane Roodenburg and David Crossman

9:45 Arthur Cothary

10:00 Trigger

10:15 Honkin' Ducks

10:30 Tramwreck

Friday, April 13

Emcee: Ed Schoenfeld

7:00 Heart Strings

7:15 The Great Alaska Bluegrass Band

7:30 Kim Heacox and Friends

7:45 Tim Easton

8:00 Fiddlers Convention

8:15 Kid Burfl

8:30 Alaska Bluegrass

8:45 Rick Miller

9:00 Leif Thompson

9:15 Copper River Drifters

9:30 Robin Hopper

9:45 Anjopa

10:00 Coho Duet

10:15 The Joe Page Band

10:30 Acoustic Banana

10:45 Booth Family Band

11:00 Seward Peninsula Playboys

Saturday, April 14

Afternoon Emcee: Dennis Townsend

Noon Gastineau Strummers

12:15 Three Fish In A Tree

12:30 The Sophisticated Ladies

12:45 TGB

1:00 Burnt Down House

1:15 Arlo Hannigan

1:30 Fifty-two and a half

1:45 Emily Mount and Friends

2:00 Jayne West

2:15 Nellie Clay

2:30 Glacial Uplift

2:45 Shane Young

3:00 Dangertown

3:15 Little Donnie and the Avalanche

3:30 Jim Vautour

Evening Emcee: Collette Costa

7:00 Juneau Pride Chorus

7:15 Red Elk

7:30 Mary Anne Schallert and at least 2 friends

7:45 Erin and Andrew

8:00 Bayou Glacée

8:15 Shawn McCole

8:30 The Swing Dogs

8:45 Raining Sideways

9:00 The Hot Boiled Owls

9:15 George Kuhar

9:30 Joe Karson Band

9:45 Sarah C Hanson

10:00 Dennis and Dona Townsend

10:15 Amy Lou

10:30 Todd Grebe and Cold Country

10:45 Irene M.

11:00 Mark Heard

11:15 Hot Country Kittens

Sunday, April 15

Afternoon Emcee: Shona Strauser

Noon Montessori Borealis lower elementary

12:15 FuBao and Friends

12:30 Even Revolutionaries like chocolate chip cookies

12:45 Not Enough Flannel

1:00 Aldyn and Mallory

1:15 Zoey Brice Bigelow

1:30 Rick Sward

1:45 Big Mama Lele and the Juicy Jugs

2:00 Dan Hopson

2:15 Garage MaHall Band with the Meter Maids

2:30 High, Wide and Handsome

2:45 Frankie and Odie

3:00 Vic Cano

3:15 Clam Soup

3:30 Kieran Poulson-Edwards

Evening Emcee: Katie Bausler

7:00 Occupy Waltz Street

7:15 AK-49 Special

7:30 Natalie Edelson

7:45 Kahdushan

8:00 Claire Ness

8:15 John Palmes

8:30 Barb Kalen remembered 1924-2011. Skagway Beach Picnic

8:45 Two 'Billies

9:00 Guest Artist: The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band


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