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CT Folk Festival &  Green Expo

Time: September 10, 2022 at 11am to September 11, 2022 at 6pm
Location: Edgerton Park
Street: 75 Cliff St
City/Town: New Haven
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Event Type: concert
Organized By: Nicole Heriot
Latest Activity: Aug 24

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On Saturday, September 10th from 11am-10pm and Sunday, September 11th, from 12pm-6pm, the CT Folk Fest & Green Expo presents their annual festival at New Haven’s beautiful Edgerton Park in New Haven. This year, CT Folk has expanded to TWO days, TWO stages. 

The Green Expo, open from 11am-6pm on both days, highlights over 75 exhibitors that include handmade artisans and exhibitors with innovative ideas and products for sustainable living. For all families, the Green Kids Village offers all-day workshops including yoga and hula hooping sessions, hands-on projects with EcoWorks, Eli Whitney Museum, Massaro Community Farm and entertainment including Liz McNicholl, Cyril the Sorceror,Infinite Roots Drumming and more! 

CT Folk unveils a lineup that celebrates the best in folk music and beyond. 2022 includes headliners Valerie June with direct support The Alpaca Gnomes on Saturday and Oliver Wood with direct support Kaia Kater on Sunday. This diverse lineup delivers something for everyone with Raye Zaragoza, Buffalo Rose, Vance Gilbert, Goodnight Moonshine, Stephen Peter Rodgers, Kuf Knotz & Christine Elise, Jonah Tolchin, Latin Americana, Sarah King, Emery Major, Manny James, w/ special guests ACES Educational Center for the Arts choir rounding out both days.

In its 29th year, The CT Folk Fest & Green Expo has organically grown into Connecticut’s leading folk festivals as well as presenting the largest Green Expo in the state. The festival’s mixture of arts, cuisine and culture proves there is something for everyone.

$20 Suggested Donation per day to continue CT Folk's efforts.For more information, please visit Event is Rain or Shine.

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