Press Release For Immediate Release 

Event Date: July 12-14, 2013

Montana Folk Festival Flows Back into Butte July 12-14, 2013

The event is a free three-day celebration of traditional music, dance, art and cuisine that has grown to be one of the largest music and arts festivals in the Northwest.

 

 

Butte, Montana, May 11, 2013 - The Montana Folk Festival returns to Butte, Montana July 12-14, 2013.  For those who have never attended, the event is a free three-day celebration of traditional music, dance, art and cuisine that has grown to be one of the largest music and arts festivals in the Northwest.  For those who have attended before, they will find an event that is very familiar but also new and exciting in many ways. 

 

"It is like a river you think you know but changes every year.  The festival  is a great way to begin a summer adventure in Montana.  Start here and then go on to the wonders of the National Parks, mountains and rivers in the region afterwards," said Festival Director George Everett. "Its a great place  to rendezvous with friends and family after a long cold winter, too. 

 

Again the guiding principle remains constant:
Admission to all performances is free. 
The festival will again feature six performance stages that will host more than 200 performers highlighting musical influences from around the world.  The final performer lineup for the 2013 can be viewed at
www.montanafolkfestival.com and at www.facebook.com/mtfolkfest.

Visit www.montanafolkfestival.com to share invitations with friends and family to join you in Butte.

Web: www.montanafolkfestival.com, Phone: (406) 497-6464

 


 Media Contact

 

Montana Folk Festival

Mainstreet Uptown Butte

Butte, Montana

 

Media Contact: George Everett

Email: geverett@montana.com

Phone: (406) 565-2249

 


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Montana Folk Festival Flows Back into Butte July 12-14, 2013
Butte, Montana, May 11, 2013 - The Montana Folk Festival returns to Butte, Montana July 12-14, 2013.  For those who have never attended, the event is a free three-day celebration of traditional music, dance, art and cuisine that has grown to be one of the largest music and arts festivals in the Northwest.  For those who have attended before, they will find an event that is very familiar but also new and exciting in many ways.    "It is like a river you think you know but changes every year.  The festival  is a great way to begin a summer adventure in Montana.  Start here and then go on to the wonders of the National Parks, mountains and rivers in the region afterwards," said Festival Director George Everett. "Its a great place  to rendezvous with friends and family after a long cold winter, too.    Again the guiding principle remains constant: Admission to all performances is free.  The festival will again feature six performance stages that will host more than 200 performers highlighting musical influences from around the world.  The final performer lineup for the 2013 can be viewed at www.montanafolkfestival.com and at www.facebook.com/mtfolkfest. Visit www.montanafolkfestival.com to share invitations with friends and family to join you in Butte. Web: www.montanafolkfestival.com, Phone: (406) 497-6464