Festival News

logo: Clarion Hotel

Posted March 18, 2019

The Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in New Cumberland will be our HOST HOTEL! Less than ten miles from the site, and with a super rate of $89 + tax for each night, it's the best deal in the area. Read more...

Janet Bixler

Posted February 26, 2019

SFMS presents a full calendar of traditional arts events in south-central Pennsylvania. March 2019 features concerts by Bon Débarras, Zoë Conway & John McIntyre, and The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers; our March jam session (bring your best Irish!), the storytelling workshop we announced last month, and a 10-mile run/walk that supports the arts and SFMS. Read more...

Del Rey with her chrome ukulele, wearing a purple ruffled dress

Posted February 22, 2019

American blues, jazz and ragtime performer Del Rey is coming to Harrisburg, and the concert will be FREE to Susquehanna Folk Music Society members! Not a member yet? Here's a good reason to join. Read more...

Zita Angelo

Posted January 30, 2019

SFMS presents a full calendar of traditional arts events in south-central Pennsylvania. February 2019 features concerts by Tracy Grammer and Charm City Junction; our Winter Coffee House; our monthly jam... and a special sneak preview of one of our Festival dance workshops, in which Zita Angelo teaches waltzes and couple dances. Enjoy sweetie season! Read more...

Janet Bixler

Posted January 30, 2019

Do you like to tell stories? Do you naturally embellish the truth? Would you like to win $100? If you answered yes to these questions, come to this fun, interactive, FREE workshop that will help you create and tell a dynamic story. Read more...

Contradance at the 2018 festival: several couples swing under a ceiling draped with wide fabric ribbons

Posted January 10, 2019

The festival kicks off on FRIDAY this year, with a Contra Dance Ball featuring music by the Faux Paws, and a Concert with local favorites Neidig, Koretzky, Gehret & Campbell, plus some tall tales from storyteller Bil Lepp. Read more...

Eileen Ivers holding her fiddle and smiling

Posted January 4, 2019

The Washington Post says Eileen Ivers "suggests the future of the Celtic fiddle." You have an opportunity to look into that future when she comes to York, PA for a Susquehanna Folk concert on Friday, January 18, 2019. Read more...