Kin Folk Festival’s eventual goal is to bring together music, community, and activism via six four-day festivals each year. Hosted at eco-friendly resorts across the U.S. and Canada, these intimate events lean firmly into the notion of the “folk family” by having each headliner hand-pick the other artists on their festival’s line-up.
As a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of musical friends, the collaborative nature of the performances will delight even the most devoted and diehard fans. Attendance for each event will be limited to ~300 people with ~300 additional tickets available for the festival’s finale show.
Attendees will enjoy thoughtfully curated performances throughout the weekend, along with fun artist engagement opportunities and plenty of un-scheduled time to hike, golf, kayak, or relax.
Each event will also raise money for Honor the Earth, an environmental group focused on supporting Native American issues and communities, and other specially selected environmental organizations.
Until KFF launches, we’ll be producing a series of Kin Folk Concerts in different venues and different towns.