Photos from 2012
Blue Sky Folk Festival
The main stage crowd...
The open mic stage was a great attraction all day long!
Spoon Two Soon did an awesome job sponsoring the open-mic stage!
Hal Walker showing off his harmonica workshop class on the main stage!
Jam session near the main entrance...
A jam session by the children's art tent...
One of our vendors!
The magician proceeds to fascinate the children!
Our spectacular, signed raffle grand prize!!!
Photos from 2011 Blue Sky Folk Festival
We thank Dean M. Pannetti and Steven B. Smith for taking photos of the 2011 Blue Sky Festival. Enjoy!
One young fellow doesn't look too sure about this Blue Sky Folk Festival thing, but we'll bet he's dancing and smiling in no time!
Sweet River Band takes the 'Pete Seeger Main Stage' for one of the Open Mic sessions.
Laura and friends find another corner to jam.
Dale Rodgers leads one of his popular guitar workshops.
Storyteller Robin Echols Cooper mesmerizes the audience with folk tales for the whole family.
Workmen's Circle Klezmer Orchestra entertains with a lively mix of eastern European and 2nd Avenue Theatre selections.
We hope to see this little one performing at Blue Sky Folk Festival 2021!
Food, fun, and sun at the Blue Sky Folk Festival.
"C'mon, Daddy! I heard there's a special area just for us kids over there!"
Blue sky, green grass, and yellow dandelions make for a perfect day.
Caught mid-step, Ruth shows us a few clogging moves.
Kaaren and Judy offer Equal Exchange coffee, tea, and chocolate.
It takes a dedicated musician to carry one of these beauties around at a folk festival!
Just another jam – this time with guitars, hammered dulcimer, and bass. Mandolin and fiddles will be joining in any time now...
Free sidewalk chalk from the Folk Alley Bus and WKSU is always a big hit.
Maureen and Kristine offer colorful tasty treats (and you should have seen the sugar cookie!).