For two exhilarating days, November 4th and 5th, from 11 AM to 4:30 PM, the Moab City Ballpark will resonate with the sounds of folk, Americana, roots, and global music.
The Moab Folk Festival, now in its 21st year, boasts a lineup of 10 talented artists who will grace the stage, bringing their unique tunes and stories. But the experience doesn’t end with the music. Alongside the live performances, attendees can enjoy a diverse range of workshops, from engaging interviews and live demonstrations to intimate jam sessions and singer-songwriter showcases.
Amplify your festival experience with refreshing beer and wine, sumptuous food, and explore art from local vendors—all set in the picturesque Center Street Ball field venue.
About Friends of the Moab Folk Festival: The driving force behind this festival, Friends of the Moab Folk Festival, is a non-profit organization with a rich 15-year legacy. Governed by a board of five and powered by over 140 passionate volunteers, they breathe life into multiple musical endeavors in Moab, like the Moab Folk Camp, Moab Free Concert Series, and several community outreach activities.
Mission: Dedicated to fostering community ties, Friends promotes music appreciation, education, and environmental consciousness. They believe in breaking the barriers of geography and economic constraints, providing all with access to top-tier music education and live performances.
Hailing from Moab, Utah, the organization consistently introduces the community to a diverse range of Folk Music talents from around the nation, ensuring that both the local community and visitors are enriched by these experiences. Beyond music, they are staunch advocates of environmental sustainability, emphasizing eco-friendly practices in all their activities.
In a world where the essence of community is often lost, Friends offers an oasis of unity, affordability, and eco-awareness, ensuring that their events remain accessible to as many people as possible.
Connect: Experience the music, immerse in the culture, and be part of a tradition that has been alive for over two decades. Learn more about the festival and its history by visiting moabfolkfestival.com.