Fresno Folklore Society 

  A Non-Profit Corporation for the Traditional Arts

Fresno, California

info@fresnofolklore.org


 

Concerts







Marley's Ghost Returns!

     Friday, February 15, 7:30pm

 

This Concert has been

CANCELLED!

"Unexpected events have unavoidably postponed our travel and our show on February 15. We are very sorry for this disruption and will do our best to reschedule at our first opportunity. Once again, our sincere apologies." – Marley’s Ghost"

 

This Concert has been

CANCELLED!

 More Info on Marley's Ghost  >>

 

 

Coming in April:

The Ravenhill Ranters

Saturday, April 6, 2019  7pm

Concert Info:  >>

More Info on Ravenhill Ranters  >>

 

 

Meet the Artists  MORE >>  

 

The Sue Beever's Memorial Scholarships!

Now taking new applications  >>

See Bill Johnson's superb Folklore Society Newsletters Online!  >> 

 

New Musician Services

Check it out!  >>

 

Paul Starcevich is CMAC'n around Fresno!

Visit his Producer's Page  >>

Watch Set 1 of our Slaid Cleaves concert from last summer  >>

From late March last year, here is some Glen Delpit and the Subterraaneans  >>

 

Mardi Gras Dance!

Toca Madera Winery, March 1, 2019

Click Here for more info  >>

More Info on Evo Bluestein  >>

 

Fresno Folklore Society

   Promoting the Excellence and Diversity

   of Local Folk Arts!

 

 

Who are we?

  • We were founded by folk musicians.
  • We promote live events.
  • We support our local event venues.
  • We archive recordings and videos of live performances.
  • We support local folk artisans and art shows.
  • We support local groups in the greater community of folk arts.

 

For the Love of Traditional Arts and Dance! 

   But then I met these people that would get me playing music again. People like Big John and Lorraine Halcomb, Pete Everwine, Frank Hicks, Ron Hughey, and Will Spires. And they liked that old-time stuff."  Kenny Hall 

  

   “We wanted a lot more cultural events than just music. All around life, you know, all the way through. Since people stayed longer, we wanted other things happening because some of them weren’t musicians. I tried to include as many kinds of art as we could.” — Virgil Byxbe, Sweet’s Mill Director

Something for everyone...

Fresno Folklore Society is a resource for everyone who either makes folk art or loves to experience it!