Evening Concert Schedule

Performances begin at 6pm and run through midnight, with set changes (roughly) on the hour. The listings are in chronological order, with the evening's first act listed first. For more information and tickets visit the festival Web site at www.kerrvillefolkfestival.com or call 800/435-8429.


Memorial Day Weekend

Thursday, May 23

Jon Michaels, Rachel Bissex, Dogwood Moon, David Massengill, Eliza Gilkyson, Dry Branch Fire Squad

Friday, May 24

Johnsmith, Pied Pumkin, Mike Williams, Bill & Bonnie Hearne, Steven Fromholz, Caroline Aiken Blues Band

Saturday, May 25

Bill Morrissey, Ian Moore, James Keelaghan, Jay Boy Adams, Sally Fingerett, Goose Creek Symphony

Sunday, May 26

Aztex, Joel Rafael Band, the Waybacks, Tish Hinojosa, Slaid Cleaves, the Scoldees

Monday, May 27

Hickory Hill, Jana Stanfield, Steve Seskin, Carrie Newcomer, Limpopo


Second Weekend

Friday, May 31

Madcat & Kane, Ronny Cox, Peter Yarrow & the Younger Generation Children's Choir of Piano, Cosy Sheridan, David Wilcox, Tom Prasada-Rao

Saturday, June 1

Cindy Greene, Clandestine, Peter Alsop, Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart, Ellis Paul, Terri Hendrix

Sunday, June 2

Vance Gilbert, the Waifs, Paul Winter, John Gorka, Austin Lounge Lizards


Third Weekend

Friday, June 7

Eric Schwartz, Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, Michael Smith, Sara Hickman, Lorin Rowan Trio, Groovelily

Saturday, June 8

Dan Pelletier, the Gourds, Bluehouse, Tom Russell, Patty Larkin, Trout Fishing in America

Sunday, June 9

Bobby Bridger, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Burns Sisters, Jimmy LaFave, Allan Damron & closing ceremonies

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