Porcupine Music Festival

Porcupine Mountains Music Festival releases 18th lineup! 

The Porcupine Mountains Music Festival, presented by the Friends of the Porkies will be held August 23 & 24, 2024. This activity is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Arts and Culture Council.

The Festival made state history in 2005, as the first music festival held in a Michigan State Park. Performers arrive from all over the Country and abroad to bring to the Porkies’ stage a diverse selection of musical styles: Americana, blues, country, bluegrass, rock, folk and more. This year’s main stage lineup includes Friday's Headliner, The Brevet, and Saturday's Headline, Miko Marks, as well as Chris Pierce, Ruen Brothers, The Arcadian Wild, Bywater Call, John Németh, Colby T. Helms & the Virginia Creepers, Joy Clark, Roosevelt Diggs, The Stillhouse Junkies and Joyann Parker. The indoor chalet stage will feature the B-Side Growlers and an Indigenous song and dance workshop by Migiziikwe Eagle Spirit Dancer, and there will be 10 additional chalet stage performer t/b/a.  The all-acoustic “Busking Barn” stage will host its first songwriter’s workshop featuring Joy Clark, and approximately 30 additional performers, including with daily jam sessions for anyone to join in the fun. The colorful “Kid’s Tent” located on the festival grounds is always bustling with crafts and activities for the young audience members. 

For tickets, how to volunteer, and more info visit porkiesfestival.org 

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