Come out to the farm for the inaugural Freeport Folk Festival at Wolfe’s Neck! Hosted by the Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport in partnership with Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment, the one-day festival will include two stages of music, art and artisan wares for sale, and delicious food. Featuring Americana, folk, and Irish music on two stages PLUS sessions and workshops open to all!
Free for all ages; donations will be gratefully accepted to benefit the Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport, a 501c3 non-profit organization.
Alice Kate by Design
Akosua by Regina Kusche
ART GUILD of Freeport
Barefoot Creations Co
Claire de la lune
Clay N’ Wire
Cullen Jewelry Design
DAYe Weaver Studio
Catherine Worthington -Artist
Gram J’s Nets
Grape Island Glass
Liz Prescott Jewelry
MacKenzie Rose Designs
Mary Bottom’s Art
Meghan Donahue Handmade Jewelry
Midnight Prism Collective
Squirrel’s Nest Jewelry
Subterranean Music Works
Susan Bryant Caron Handcrafted Jewelry
Tall Pine Alpacas
Admission is free for all ages. We encourage donations from those who can give to help offset costs. Freeport Folk Festival is hosted by the Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport, a 501c3 non-profit organization.
This is a tobacco, smoke, and alcohol-free event.
Lawn seating and limited picnic table seating will be available; attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and/or towels.
The festival is rain or shine. In the event of dangerous weather, a cancellation decision will be made on Friday, September 13.
Food will be for sale by the Farm Café, Café Crepe, the Salt Box Café, and Emily’s Oysters. Attendees may also bring their own food.
Yoga sessions require participants to pre-register at the Festival Registration and Info tent. Space is limited and spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own mats.
Limited edition t-shirts and posters will be sold while supplies last.
Bring your instrument to join the Old Time Jam or Irish Session!
Service animals are welcome; please leave pets at home as we expect a full event.
Carpooling is strongly recommended to help protect the farm’s organic land!
Want to help out?
Join the fun! ACAF is seeking Festival Volunteers to help throughout the day in 4-5 hour shifts. No specific skills needed, and all volunteers will receive a meal and a free t-shirt! Sign up now!