Suwannee Democrat


May 23, 2014

62nd Annual Florida Folk Festival underway!

Jasper — The 62nd Annual Florida Folk Festival is underway at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs and the crowd is lovin' it!

With so much going on and so many talented musical artists at all the different stages, you will do well to tour the entire park and enjoy as much of it as you can, because there is a variety of musical styles this year to please everyone. Put on your dancing shoes, too, because once you hear the beat, your feet will want to get into the groove.

The midway is full of food vendors to satisfy whatever your taste buds desire and the Beer Garden, which has been enlarged this year, can sate your appetite for some suds and sparkles, as you listen to the music from the nearby Amphitheatre that has a long line up of musical performances throughout the Memorial Day weekend. Be sure to watch all the musical videos and come out and enjoy the festivities!

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