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Old Songs is a family-friendly festival of folk, traditional, Celtic and world music and dance, known for its relaxed atmosphere, interactive sessions and workshops, hands-on experience and participatory nature. In addition to three concerts there are over 100 daytime workshops, dances or performances.

2017 Performer Playlist

Featuring Performers

Atlantic CrossingPat DonohueScott AinslieReggie HarrisGX3+Jeff Davis & Dave RuchFiesta del NorteAlash (Tuva Throat Singers)Anne HillsJoe Jencks & Si KahnThe JeremiahsHeather Pierson TrioSeaglassThe VododeeyosThe Down Hill Strugglers & John CohenThe Press GangThe Short SistersPascal Gemme & Yann FalquetArchie FisherTom LewisSam Gleaves & Tyler HughesKeith MurphyLarry Kaplan, Alan Kaufman, Margaret WaltersDebra CowanJohn RobertsMagpieJamcrackers, Roger the Jester, Fennig’s All StarsJohn Dickson, The Waxwing Four, and MORE!

All day and evening Contras, Family, and English Country dancing on a wooden floor with music by Atlantic Crossing, Seaglass with Rachel Bell and Andrew VanNorstrand, and Fennig’s All Stars, featuring callers Luke Donforth and Susan Kevra


Come see “The Rejuvenary River Circus” by Arm of the Sea Puppet and Mask Theater, laugh with Roger the Jester, and participate in the Great Groove Band

Don’t miss a special performance of “Forward into Light” The American Women’s Suffrage Movement A Concert in Song and Story with Greg Artzner, Terry Leonino, Dan Duggan, Peggy Lynn, Annie Rosen, Bill Spence, Toby Stover, Susan Trump, and George Wilson.


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