The 73rd National Folk Festival takes place at Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park September 2-4. The festival is free and open to the public. 2011 is the first year of a 3-year run for the festival in Nashville. Celebrating American cultures from across the country through music, dance, art, food, workshops, parades and exhibits, The National Folk Festival fills Labor Day Weekend with fun for friends and family of all ages and traditions. From Middle Eastern food, Tennessee crafts and a New Orleans brass band to breakdancers, a flea circus and a Cherokee storyteller, cultures and traditions from America’s deep past and rich present are honored and celebrated over three days in Nashville.
Friday, September 2: 7-10:30pm
Saturday, September 3: 12-10:30pm
Sunday, September 4: 12-6:30pm
The National Folk Festival @ Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park – September 2-4, 2011