The Flagstaff Folk Festival takes place at the Coconino Center for the Arts and Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum, and proudly showcases the best in folk and acoustic music in Arizona and beyond. We feature well over 100 acts on five stages, workshops, jams, and more. The festival is produced by The Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music in partnership with the Flagstaff Arts Council and the Pioneer Museum. The entrance fee is $5/person/day or $15/family/day.  For more info call (928) 606-2064, or email us at

Anne on June 21st, 2017

Because some folks may be considering camping, I want to let people know the following rules:

Stage II fire restrictions will be in effect beginning June 22 that prohibit the following:

  1. Fires, campfires, charcoal, coal, and wood stoves. (except using a device that is solely fueled by liquid petroleum or LPG fuels that can be turned on and off in areas that are barren or cleared of all overhead and surrounding flammable materials within three feet of the device).
  2. Smoking (except within an enclosed vehicle or building).

…..9. Possessing or using a motor vehicle off National Forest System roads (except when parking in an area devoid of vegetation within 10 feet of the roadway or when parking overnight in Forest Service developed campgrounds and trailheads).

This means that all vehicles must remain on an open Forest Road when driving. All parked vehicles must remain within 10 feet of a Forest Road AND only in an area that is devoid of vegetation. This is to keep catalytic converters and other sources of heat underneath the vehicle from igniting vegetation.

Visitors may NOT drive over areas of vegetation to place their trailers or unload their tents and camping supplies, and may NOT park directly on a designated Forest Road. Thus, finding a suitable location for pulling a trailer off the road will be challenging, particularly with the number of visitors expected during summer months. As a result, some campers may not find a spot to camp on the Coconino National Forest at this time and during the busy weekends.

An explanation of the different stages of fire restrictions and what is typically prohibited during those stages can be found online at The public should be aware that state-managed and state-owned lands in Coconino County, south of the Colorado River, will also go into Stage II fire restrictions at the same time.

Anne on June 5th, 2017

Here is the list of vendors we will have at the festival this year (so far):

DGP Gourmet – Indian fry bread, corn dogs, bean burrito, funnel cake, curly fries and drinks.
Yacqui’s Taqueria – Mexican food truck-street tacos, bean and cheese, shredded beef, steak burritos. quesadillas, fish tacos and menudo sodas and water
Santana’s Black Label – Pre-packaged Gourmet Foods Company. We are most famous for our jerky, which has no added salts, sugars and is 100% nitrate free. All our products are gluten-free.
Sewing New Futures – handicrafts headbands, bow ties, kimonos, scarves, bags made from South Indian fabrics. We are a non-profit and all proceeds go back to the artisans we work with in New Delhi, India.
Sweetie’s Cheesecake in a Cone – Cheesecake in a cone. Our “Crab Mac and Cheese” and our “Veggie” are just a couple of our Gourmet Quesadilla flavors!!
KettleRush – kettle corn and lemonade
Hot Bamboo – Asian food such as steam buns, rice bowls, rice snacks, we steam our food in bamboo steamers on site.
Printed Apparel Resource – t shirts with the Flagstaff Folk Festival design on it. – record a song at the festival and enter for a chance to win a recording session.
Anne on June 5th, 2017

Some folks have asked me where one can camp; there are campgrounds listed on this link:

Camping, RVs, etc.

I have also noticed there is a turnoff to the right just past mile marker 220 on Ft Valley Rd (2.5 miles north of the Folk Festival) that I believe is in the National Forest, at the Ft Valley trail head. No facilities, water or campfires.

It takes months of work to put on this festival, but to be totally honest, the Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music would not be able to put it on without the support of  our volunteers, and Granting Organizations!  A big shoutout to all of you, and you can click on the links below for more info:  

Anne on September 5th, 2016

Hello, everyone! There are quite a few things still in our lost and found.  Some have been there for years and I would love to clear them out if they go unclaimed. If you think they are yours, please send a description via email to, and we will send them to you.  Thank you so much!

Some of the items are:

lots of water bottles, a: folding chair, folding cane, folding umbrella, cotton jacket, kerchief, sunglasses, glasses, 2 sets of keys, song cheat sheet, canvas sneakers, baby hat, pick holder, one lens from eyeglasses, music clips, capo, cash.