Artists Arriving From New Orleans to California & Many Points In-between
Sisters Folk Festival announced another All-Event pass sell-out for their annual festival, September 9-11. Sunday-only tickets are still available, with over 30 artists performing that day. The festival is proud to bring stellar artists that represent a wide-ranging musical palette and organizers have booked acts that bring integrity, diversity and high energy to the late-night scene.
Over three days and eleven stages, festivalgoers will experience world-class performances by artists including Southern songwriter Shawn Mullins, the funk and R & B of The New Orleans Suspects, the legendary Scottish duo of Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas, the Tex-Mex and conjunto music of Los TexManiacs, the bluegrass-stylings of regional favorite The Brothers Comatose, singer-songwriter Sam Lewis, the guitar–virtuosity of Scott Pemberton, Americana songwriter and band Nora Jane Struthers and the Party Line, the Swedish trio Baskery, the accomplished bluegrass singer and picker the Molly Tuttle Band and the Northern California stringband Steep Ravine.
“The lineup has rounded out to include some of the finest artists on the acoustic music scene. We are thrilled with how the music represents a broad spectrum of Americana and roots music. There will be outstanding songwriters, exceptional guitar players, excellent stringband and Bluegrass music, and flat-out funk-rock. These artists make stops all along the way of the Americana music road, and there will be something for everyone that attends,” says Creative Director Brad Tisdel.
The festival will also feature regional musicians and songwriters: the Nathaniel Talbot Band, Beth Wood, Jeffrey Martin, Anna Tivel, Dennis McGregor and the Spoilers, Portland-based gospel-soul singer Ara Lee and Americana Project standout Megan Ellsworth.
Festival organizers are excited to present free music at the Americana Stage at Fir Street Park, with artists primarily from the educational outreach program, the Americana Project, as well as select festival artists. Artists performing at Fir Street park include The Weather Machine, fronted by Slater Smith, Laura Curtis and Jack Martin, John Morton, Justin Little and Jaimee Simundson.
Festival All-Event passes are sold, but Sunday-only tickets are still available at $65 for adults, $50 youth 18 and under.