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Hermit Music Festival Brings Acoustic Tunes To Treasure Valley
Head to the Hermit Music Festival this weekend to catch up on some live music and various vendors at the Indian Creek Winery in Kuna.
Ava Honey and Travis Ward are two friends and both fans of acoustic music that decided to throw the first Hermit Music Festival in 2013 to feature their favorite musicians.From
September 1st through September 4th, you'll find music lovers camping out at the winery to hear local and regional acts playing blues, country, bluegrass, old time, and singer-songwriter.
Attendees will hear 33 bands at three venues. You'll also enjoy eight workshops, kids activities, food, kombucha, beer and wine.
Hermit Music Festival Workshops
Don't just listen to the music, try your hand at playing it! The workshops offered at the festival provide plenty of fun lessons, including flatpicking, rhythm guitar, and fiddle playing. Kiddos will have their own chance to pick up a new hobby, like songwriting or poetry.
Click here to see all of the workshops offered and a description of each. Workshops are on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 12pm.
Put on Your Dancing Shoes
You don't even have to head to Kuna to enjoy the benefits of the Hermit Music Festival. The Mardi Gras Boise Ballroom is hosting a square dance at 7pm on Friday, September 1st. At 8:30pm, you can try out honky tonk dancing. Tickets are $7 at the door.
Tickets are $50 for the entire weekend, $30 for one day, and $25 for seniors or students for one day.
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