Mocha Motion Vendor
Rin Royer-Spunny Mustard
The Inversion CO Aerial Yoga Silks
Wick'ed Wonderland Candles and Crystals
Artsy Andee, Amy Mummert Art, Feral Heart Club
Victoria Lawrence Visionary Art
Commonly Overlooked Plants
Rin Royer- Spunny Mustard
Corner Cabinet Cafe
Katie Youngs Tattoo
The Obsidian Cloak
Safe & Sweet
Bohemian & Bouj
Feral Heart Club
Amy Mummert Art
Mind Body Source
Your Highness LLC
Creative Balance Studio
Sacral Visions Dark Art
Hallow River/ Alicia Lyter Tattoo
This is a Farmhouse & Love and Peace Dye
1881 Salt Sanctuary
🌙 Join us for a magical day under the Harvest Moon at the 8th Annual Women of Folk Festival! 🎶✨
🌸 Immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of talented women musicians, as we come together to celebrate the power of music and the incredible spirit of sisterhood. 🎵💃
🌻 Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Moon Dancer Winery, this dreamy festival is all about building a strong community and supporting equality for all. 🌈❤️
🍇 Sip on delicious wines from Moon Dancer Vineyards, indulge in delectable food, and let the beautiful music transport you to a world of pure bliss. 🍷🍇
✨ Whether you're a fan of folk music or simply looking for a memorable experience, this festival is not to be missed! So grab your friends, bring your picnic blankets, and let your soul be nourished by the incredible talent on stage. 🎸🎤
📅 Mark your calendars for Sunday, September 10th at 11:00 AM and get ready to be swept away by the harmonious sounds of the Women of Folk Festival. 🎉
🌟 Don't miss out on this extraordinary event that celebrates the strength, beauty, and unity of women through the power of music. Get your tickets now! 🎟️✨
The Women of Folk Festival was created in 2015 by Megan Woodland Donley Hewitt of The Wild Hymns. Her dream was to create a festival where independent women artists, vendors, and musicians can come shine, share, and build a beautiful network of support and connection.
The festival has grown from a small gathering of artists and friends to a vibrant and thriving yearly event that is expanding each year. With over 700 in attendance in 2022, the festival is quickly becoming on of the most exciting and successful events in the area.
The festival is for ALL people, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, social class or ability AND this festival specifically celebrates women and the feminine in human form and all forms.
We aim to continue to expand our inclusion of a diverse group of people, to benefit independent women artists and musicians, to raise awareness around important social issues and funds for the YWCA as well as other organizations that support equality and inclusion.
We believe that change starts with the individual and the community and that through gathering together in the spirit of love, authenticity, kindness, creativity and generosity, we can make the world a better place.