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Concerts are $10/person

18 and under FREE

We offer a concert every second Saturday throughout the calendar year! Looking forward to seeing you!

October, November, March April

7:00 PM start time

Mountain View Community Center

December, January, February

7:00 PM start time

Online (check individual artist below for link)

May, June, August, September

2:00 PM start time

Mt. Morris Town Park (Inclement weather location: Mountain View Community Center)

July - Black Hawk Folk Festival

10:00 AM-6:00 PM

Mt. Morris Town Park (Inclement weather location: Mountain View Community Center)

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John Stano

October 14, 2023 - 7:00 PM

Mountain View Community Center

Enjoy an evening with singer-songwriter John Stano. His sound: a distinctive blend of acoustic and slide guitar, harmonica, expressive vocals and insightful songwriting developed thanks to many years of performance and study. He sometimes adds a little mandolin, cigar box guitar or banjo to the mix as well. His style can be described as a combination of folk, blues, and Americana.

 

Pat Wiley

November 11, 2023 - 7:00 PM

Mountain View Community Center

Singer-songwriter Pat Wiley has been performing as a singer/songwriter, bluegrass and old-time band member, and multi-instrumentalist from rural Wisconsin for the past 50 years. Pat’s elders came from the mountains of West Virginia and the Northwoods of Wisconsin and Michigan. All the generations live on in his music and stories.

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Fendrick & Peck

December 9, 2023 - 7:00 PM

Online Concert (check back for details)

Blackhawk Folk Society would like to welcome back Madeline and Brian (Fendrick & Peck). This Minnesota-based indie acoustic duo brings well-woven and harmonious lyrics, delicate and driving instrumental composition, and quirky and kind personalities. They have been sharing wonderfully unique concert experiences for the past 8 years, blending song, story, poetry, and a love of the natural world and our place in it. When the pandemic made in-person concerts impossible, they adapted to an online format and sought the unique opportunities that could bring. Enjoy an evening at home with an online concert from this dynamic duo.

 

David Stoddard

January 13, 2024 - 7:00 PM

Online Concert (check back for details)

David Stoddard is highly entertaining! This talented songwriter hails from Minnesota and has acquired many songwriting accolades at places like the Kerrville New Folk Festival, Minnesota Folk Festival, South Florida Folk Festival, and the
Tucson Folk Festival. John McCutcheon says of Stoddard, “It’s not often I hear a songwriter that can write funny and write serious. David Stoddard is one of the rare ones. I love his stuff.”

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L o c a t i o n

Concerts October-November and February-April at the Mountain View Community Center

N3137 21st Lane, Wautoma, WI 54982

(at the intersection of Highway 152 and County S, about 2 miles south of Mt. Morris)

Concerts December and January Online (check back for details or see our Facebook page)

Concerts May-September at Mt. Morris Town Park 
N3847 County Road G, Wautoma, WI 54982

(Inclement weather location: Mountain View Community Center)

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