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Blissfest Folk & Roots Festival in Harbor Springs

July, 2024

Harbor Springs’ annual Blissfest Folk & Roots Festival includes an eclectic mix of live musical performances in various genres, art, dance, workshops, vendors of many varieties, and more. And it’s all held at the beautiful Festival Farm- 3695 Division Rd., Harbor Springs, Michigan.

Many festival goers appreciate the experience of the expansive lawn on which the event is held and the opportunity to camp under a beautiful Northern Michigan, summer sky.

The event typically includes the following activities:

  • Eight Performance Programming Areas

  • Silent Disco, Drum Kiva, Open Mic, Buskers

  • Workshops, Folkscool, Kids & Teen Activities

  • Craft Vendors, Food Vendors, Healing Arts Vendors

  • Beach Shuttle Service to Lake Michigan and to a nearby Convenience Store

Experience Harbor Springs

From spring days with a landscape covered in trillium to a summer afternoon on the beach or water, Harbor Springs is the place. Read the stories below or go to the Harbor Springs destination page.

For more information on Blissfest, please contact the event organizer:

The Blissfest Organization

PO Box 546, Petoskey, MI, 49770

(231) 348-7047

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