Mark your calendars for the 37th Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival July 17, 18 and 19, 2015!!! see our Facebook page for the countdown clock!!
Announcing the 2015 Main Stage Line-up!
Bonsoir Catin - http://www.bonsoircatin.com/web/
The Duhk's - http://www.duhks.com
The Extra Crispy Brass Band - http://www.extracrispybrassband.com
The High 48's - thehigh48s.com/
Good and Young Band - http://www.leahygood.com/goodandyoung
Michael Waite - http://michaelwaitemusic.com
Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers -http://www.nkybrotherhood.com
Papa John Kolstad - http://www.papajohnkolstad.com
Polyphony Marimba - http://www.polyphonymarimba.com
Richard Scofano - http://www.ochobajos.com/html/showcase.php?showcase=21
Announcing the 2015 Teen Scene Line-up!
Nick Adams and the Aral Sea Divers - https://www.facebook.com/aralseadivers
Dead Pigeons - http://www.thedeadpigeons.com
Hiawatha announces change is in the air! Please click on the Notes below to read! Change in traffic pattern!!
Hiawatha loves and needs our Volunteers! Please click on our Volunteer Sign-Up page to sign up! Receive a 2015 Festival T-shirt and your entire advanced ticket price refund! Sign up early! Bring a friend!
Hiawatha loves its VOLUNTEERS!!!!!
The Hiawatha Music Co-op announces the addition of the “Hiawatha Warm Up”, a Wednesday Night Concert Series to their 2015 Event Calendar.
The Concert Series will feature a variety of traditional music and dance performed by by local and area bands.
“Hiawatha Warm Up” will take place each month on the 3rd Wednesday at the Ore Dock Brewing Company from 7:00-9:00pm. The next event will take place on May 20th with local favorite, the All Strings Considered.
All Strings Considered has a primary focus on traditional old-time instrumental and vocal music of the Appalachian region. The group's sound is a blend of Jamie Kitchel on fiddle, Rochelle Schuster on hammered dulcimer and mountain dulcimer, Phil Watts on guitar and banjo, Annette Watts on autoharp and Maggie Morgan on bass. All Strings Considered will get your feet tapping to those great traditional fiddle tunes then soothe your day with a gentle waltz or tell a story with an Appalachian song.
Admission is $5.00 for Co-op Members and $7.00 for Non Members. Youth ages 13-17 $3.00 and children 12 and under are FREE. Memberships will not be sold at the Event.
For information about the Co-op please visit our website www.hiawathamusic.org or our Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/HiawathaMusicFestival or call 226-8575.
The Hiawatha Music Co-op announces the addition of "Hiawatha On The Bayou" Fundraiser - in collaboration with the Bayou Restaurant in Harvey and Great Lakes Radio.
click here to purchase Bayou tickets on-line! https://hiawathamusic.org/form.php?id=46
The Hiawatha Music Co-op announces a new scholarship for youth (ages 11-17) and/or adults for the Wheatland Music Camp June 21-27, 2015 in Remus Michigan. This is a week-long immersion into traditional music genres of old timey, Cajun, blues, bluegrass, dance and songwriting. Youth must be accompanied by an adult. Interested youth and adults can complete an application by going to www.wheatlandmusic.org. Applications must be received at the Hiawatha Music Co-op office no later than May 31, 2015. Please include a letter of interest and short bio with your application. For additional information, please call the Hiawatha office at 226-8575
Econo "We Share" program
Bring Hiawatha your receipts from Econo Foods. We now participate in the store's We Share program and can receive 1% of the total of receipts we turn in. You may leave your receipts at our office (129 W. Baraga, Suite B, in the Children's Museum block, across from Garden Bouquet and Design). We are also able to turn in receipts from Econo stores outside of Marquette. If the office is closed, just slide receipts under the door. You may also bring receipts to any Hiawatha event or mail them to PO Box 414, Marquette, MI 49855. Thanks for your help!
Office hours April 2015
Tuesday and Wednesday, 12-6pm
Located at 129 W. Baraga, Suite B, in Marquette. We check our messages throughout the week.
The Hiawatha Music Non-Profit Corporation is organized exclusively to provide and promote traditional music and dance, educate and inform society on traditional American music and encourage the appreciation of such music through the facility of an annual traditional music festival.
All operations are exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, and for the promotion of social welfare.