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About the Event
Signature Sounds and Mass Audubon are excited to announce the fifth annual Arcadia Folk Festival for Sunday, September 17th, 2023. This outdoor musical event brings the community together around music in the heart of the Valley to celebrate and support the work at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary and to model a sustainable community event. Kids 10 and under FREE.
Arcadia is an ecological gem and an environmental education innovator. Since 1944, Arcadia staff have been protecting important habitats, connecting people of all ages to nature, and advocating for sound environmental policies.
This event will serve to engage more people with Arcadia’s mission, raise funds to help expand the reach of Mass Audubon’s ambitious Action Agenda in Western Massachusetts, and celebrate the community’s tremendous support.
2023 Line Up:
James McMurtry & Band
The Suitcase Junket
Myrtle Street Klezmer
& MORE TBA
A FEW FESTIVAL TIPS:
General festival parking is in the Arcadia Meadows, 525 Old Springfield Rd. Northampton, MA. Complete parking info. is here.
Bring your water bottle (no water for sale here). Tap water will be available.
Bring bug spray - do it.
There is no ATM on site. Bring some dough- so much amazing plant-based food, beer, coffee, bands and festival merch, local makers galore!
Go for a hike; seriously, it's stunning!
Discover the intimate "In The Woods" stage. You will not be disappointed!
Cheer and clap super loud for these artists making the trek to Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary!
FOR FAQs VISIT: https://www.arcadiafolkfest.com/f-a-q
We acknowledge that Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the traditional, contemporary, and unceeded territories of the Nonotuck, Nipmuc, and Pocumtic Nations. These lands were stolen from the Indigenous people, creating a legacy of injustice that persists to this day.
We acknowledge that Indigenous stewardship of the land kept its ecological and human communities vibrant, strong, and interconnected for thousands of years. To this day Indigenous peoples remain at the forefront of climate action, ecological stewardship, and environmental justice.
Mass Audubon is committed to learning, listening, and evolving so that someday soon we may live in right relationship with the people who have been the rightful stewards of the land for thousands of years.