Members of Radio Flyer, Eli Crupi, left, Lake Bartlett, Aidan Kovach and Finn Kesey, right, rehearse on stage at Centennial Hall on Sunday, April 8, 2018, during a sound check for the Alaska Folk Festival. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Members of Radio Flyer, Eli Crupi, left, Lake Bartlett, Aidan Kovach and Finn Kesey, right, rehearse on stage at Centennial Hall on Sunday, April 8, 2018, during a sound check for the Alaska Folk Festival. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

2019 Alaska Folk Festival schedule

Find out who will be playing in Centennial Hall.

Monday, April 8

Music starts at 6:30 p.m. at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 10 p.m.

• PFLAG/Juneau Pride Chorus

• Alaska Youth Choir

• Wiley’s Coyotes

• Hank Alrich

• Dads are back!

• Carl Reese (Cold Distance)

• Interrobang

• Deborah Wood

• Lost on C

• Most Dangerous Woman in America

• Jody Healy

• Adam K

• Siblings & Outlaws

• Keith Robinson

• Eric Gebhardt

Tuesday, April 9

Music starts at 6:30 p.m. at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 10 p.m.

Mini-fiddlers

• Michael Truax

• Mindy and Her Fisherman

• Dollhearts

• Georgia O’Keith

• Radio Flyers

• Tom Begich and Sarah Sledge

• Fiscal Notes

• Courtney & Gene Nelson

• Jacks in the River (JITR)

• John Palmes

• Matthew Lamb

• Greg

• Earthen Vessel

• Josh Fortenberry

Wednesday, April 10

Music starts at 6:30 p.m. at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 10 p.m.

• Auke Bay Orca Singers

• Silvers

• Teresa Duncan

• Van Fleet and the Delivery Boys

• Miguel Rohrbacher

• Clam Soup

• Costa’s Recriminatory Condition

• Joe Emerson and Friends

• Laura Greenleaf Chase

• Shanks Mare

• Queens

• Chuzz

•Tramwreck

• Rubato (from the Latin)

• Garbage Bear

Thursday, April 11

Music starts at 7 p.m. at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 10:30 p.m.

• Annie Carlson

• Empty Oil Barrel Band

• Dona & Dennis Townsend

• Johnny Negotiable and the Concessions

• Los Texmaniacs

• Goldwing

• Forest That Never Sleeps

• Snow Children

• Michael Wittig

• Jeanie’s Kitchen Band.

• Michael Smith and Birgit Klafstadbakken

• Budgerigars

• Curlie, Slim and Friends

Friday, April 12

Music starts at 7 p.m. at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 11 p.m.

• Will Putnam

• Horsenecks

• Landbridge Tollbooth Lite

• Sérge le Magnifique avec M. Nate

• Buffleheads

• Isaac Woods

• Eight days on the Playa

• Chris Tompson & Friends

• Linnae Neyman

• Jonathan Bower

• Arthur Cothary

• The Young, the Old, and the Restless

• Highlanders

• Airport Strangers

• Teri Tibbett

• Musk Ox Ramblers

• Sisters of White Chapel

Saturday, April 13

Music starts at noon at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 3:30 p.m. Then music resumes at 7 p.m. with a set every 15 minutes with a final performance at 11 p.m.

Afternoon

• Grayscale

• Andy Miller

• ó Thuaidh (o HU-ah)

• Bodhi Nelson

• Floyd Dryden Choir Club “Voices of Alaska”

• Hawaiian Hillbilly

• Bryan Graceland

• Steve Ann Smith

• Ken Waldman & The Secret Visitors

• Willi Carlisle

• Valley Below

• Lost Lakers

• River People

• Nicole Swenson

• Old Man Hunger

Evening

• Frail Away Ladies

• Fireweed Fiddle

• M&M

• Radiophonic Jazz

• Ninja Dog

• Raven Call

• Robin Hopper

• Fiona Rose & Rosalind Gael

• Bryson Evans

• Burnt Down House

• George Kuhar

• Harmiddler Brothers

• Shoot Dangs!

• Marian Call

• Sarah C Hanson & The Huzzband

• Caitlin Warbelow and Chris Ranney

• Hizel and the Jay Birds

Sunday, April 14

Music starts at noon at Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive, and a new performance starts every 15 minutes with a last set at 3:30 p.m. Then music resumes at 7 p.m. with a festival-closing performance by Los Texmaniacs at 9 p.m.

Afternoon

• JAMM

• Master Knob

• That Ukulele Lady

• Tuesdays

• Hot Toddys

• Cat Plaza

• Libby and Jesse Stringer

• Jim DiGennaro

• Yard Signs

• Susan Warner

• Baker Sisters

• Juneau Sea Monsters

• Jayden West and Dylan Hulbert

• John Anderson

• Hank and the Triple A’s

Evening

• Geoff Kirsch Experience Experiment Project feat. Margie McWilliams

• Justin Smith

• Kim Beggs

• Leo Tango

• A Quiet Light

• Sarah Hamilton

• Improbabilities

• Meat Cake Stringband

• Los Texmaniacs

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