I love folk fest and have been going every summer for most of my life. I always camp in the festival campground; it becomes an amazing tented village. There’s always music being played and some form of art or animation happening all through the night. It’s a beautiful experience. I thought it would be the perfect place to bring this idea of men acknowledging their peacefulness and their very powerful role in creating a non-violent world. I believe that folk fest has always had an undercurrent of solidarity, peacefulness, acceptance, tolerance, neighborliness beyond the sharing of good music and fun times.
Here are a few pictures highlighting the whole week.
|K. D. Lang Main Stage Performance|
|Tipi Village in Festival Campground|
|Beautiful sunrise letting campers know they stayed up way too late|