Don’t miss out! Buy your early bird tickets before June 1 and save
To mark its 15th year, the Sugar Maple Music Festival will offer even more family-friendly fun, plus a stellar line-up of diverse and talented musicians you won’t hear on the same stage anywhere else.
Held Aug. 3-4 at Lake Farm County Park in Madison, the festival showcases American roots music including Americana, bluegrass, Blues, Cajun, cowboy music, Old Time and more. The interactive event also includes jams for beginners and experienced musicians alike and a stage devoted entirely to interviews and workshops with and by musicians.
But for the 15th year there will be even more fun. A climbing wall for all ages and a make-an-instrument workshop for kids will add to the excitement. There will even be youth performances when students from local groups MadFiddle and Music con Brio take to both stages to show their stuff on Saturday.
We are also we are working on having the option of “assisted listening” available at this year’s festival.
And there’s more.
In addition to the popular Saturday morning Bloody Mary jam, this year Sarah Driscoll of the Awful Purdies, an eclectic all-woman band from Iowa, will lead a Vinyasa flow yoga session for all levels and body types. And, of course you won’t want to miss our stellar musical line up, culminating in a Saturday evening performance by The Travelin’ McCourysthat will make you want to kick up your heels.
What are you waiting for? Buy your tickets now, before the price goes up June 1!
Purchase Sugar Maple Music Festival tickets during the month of May and take advantage of the early-bird ticket price! Two-day passes available here for $25 each.
This year’s line-up includes The Travelin’ McCourys, Pieta Brown, The Tillers, Sam Broussard, Hubby Jenkins plus more. Any one of these performances would be worth the ticket price alone!
Mark your calendars for the 15th annual Sugar Maple Music Festival, August 3-4 and get your early-bird tickets now! Early-bird prices in effect through May 31, 2018.
As you wrap up this season of gift-giving, consider a donation to the Sugar Maple Music Festival.
With your support the Four Lakes Traditional Music Collective, the 501(c)3 that puts on the annual festival, bring acts not normally seen in Madison and builds a community around music. In addition to the two-day Sugar Maple festival we promote a love of music throughout the year with our concerts, workshops and support of local nonprofits that foster a lifelong love of music in kids.
Sugar Maple is a community – and you are part of it. Your generosity helps bring people together under a big tent to celebrate something we can all agree on. Music!
Make your tax-deductible year-end gift here before the end of 2017. It’s easy! And thank you for being part of our community.