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We are so excited to be planning to bring you some live, in-person music this summer! The health and safety of our members, volunteers, and festival-goers are paramount, so we will be closely monitoring public health recommendations for our area. We are asking that everyone attending be courteous of others by maintaining at least six feet of physical distance and wearing face masks when appropriate. 

We have been bringing you some live music over the past year- just in a different way! Check out our Virtual Concert Series, under "Calendar" in the above navigation for upcoming and past online concerts!

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You can choose whether to buy your tickets by printing, filling out, and mailing this ticket form, or buying your tickets online with PayPal (for the Advance Ticket price) and have them waiting for you at the gate!*
Advance Ticket Prices:
Adults = $18
Ages 13-18 = $13
Ages 12 & under = FREE

At the Gate:
Adults = $20
Ages 13-18 = $15
Ages 12 & under = FREE

All advance ticket sales are final. Sales tax is included.


*Please enter the appropriate ticket amount and note how many adult and/or teen tickets you would like to purchase (example at right). 

2019 Festival Recap

A great time was had by all at the 2019 Black Hawk Folk Society Music Festival! The weather was perfect, the extremely talented line-up was phenomenal, the food at the Mt. Morris Pioneers 4-H Club concession booth was fabulous, and the artisans rounded out the festival nicely with their unique wares.

To view photos from our 2019 festival, check out this album on our Facebook page.

2019 Performers included Eric Lewis, Cris & Ann Plata, Mecan River Ramblers, Michael Peter Smith, Claudia Russell and Bruce Kaplan, and Escaping Pavement, with Bill Kehl as Master of Ceremonies.


L o c a t i o n

The Black Hawk Folk Festival is held at the beautiful Mt. Morris Town Park on County G in Mt. Morris. In case of inclement weather, the festival will be moved to the Mountain View Community Center, which is located at N3137 21st Lane, Wautoma, WI 54982 (at the intersection of Highway 152 and County S, about 2 miles south of Mt. Morris).