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The Claremont Folk Festival:

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Where: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden.  http://www.rsabg.org/

When: Saturday May 31, 2014.  Time: 10AM-9PM

Tickets: $40 – $125.  On Sale March 16th. 

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Children 12 and under are free.

Volunteer:  Thank you but all volunteer spots are full.

Ben and Ellen Harper will headline.performersBen and Ellen Harper

Dave Alvin and the Guilty Ones

The Chapin Sisters

Gonzalo Bergara Quartet

Ooks of Hazard

The Coals

Blue Highway

Rick Shea

Ross Altman

Peter Harper

Phoebe Bridgers

Old Brown Shoe

Art Vendors

Screaming Peacock Jewelry
http://www.etsy.com/shop/screamingpeace

Fiamma Naturals
http://www.fiammanaturals.com

Rubicon Recordings
http://www.rubiconrecordings.com/

DeeLux Vintage
http://mydeelux.com

Kundalini Imports
kundatrade@yahoo.com

Richard Briggs Guitars
connieandrich@yahoo.com

Jan Verdries
jan@4000ft.com

Food Vendors

Greenz on Wheelz
http://www.greenzonwheelz.com/menu/

Lobos Truck
http://www.thelobostruck.com

Dale Bros. Brewery
http://dalebrosbrewery.com

Claremont Craft Ales
http://www.claremontcraftales.com

Plume Ridge Bottle Shop
http://prbottleshop.com/

Tortas2die4
http://www.tortas2die4.com/

Sponsors

Coates Cyclery
http://www.coatescyclery.com

Rubicon Recordings
http://www.rubiconrecordings.com/

Pizza n’ Such
http://pizzansuchclaremont.com/

Rhino Records
http://www.rhinorecords.cc/

Geoff Hamill Realtor
http://www.geoffhamill.com/

Ohana Ukuleles
http://www.ohana-music.com/

 

Non ProfitsSierra Club
sierraclub.org

DA Center for the Arts
http://daartcenter.org/

program info

—– Subject To Change —–

pete seeger stage

Ben and Ellen Harper
Dave Alvin & the Guilty Ones
The Gonzalo Bergara Quartet
The Chapin Sisters
The Coals
Blue Highway
The Ooks of Hazzard

Oak-Tree-Stage

Peter Harper
Phoebe Bridgers
Rick Shea
Old Brown Shoe
Steve James
Ross Altman

 Ohana Ukulele Island

WorkshopsSESSION 1.

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SESSION 2.

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SESSION 3.

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In 1970, a small group of dulcimer players began meeting in Memorial Park in Claremont. They established the annual Dulcimer Festival that grew quickly and soon became known as the Claremont Folk Festival. In 1979, the group formalized into the Claremont Spring Folk Festival forming its own non-profit organization under the auspices of the Folk Music Center Museum Articles of Incorporation. After 26 years, the Festival has dropped the “Spring” to become once again the Claremont Folk Festival. The Festival is supported by fund raising efforts, donations, and sponsers in order to continue the Folk Music Center and Folk Music Center Museum’s nearly 50 years of bringing sensational musical talent to the Claremont community.