The 28th Annual
San Francisco Free Folk Festival

Saturday-Sunday, June 26-27, 2004, noon to around 11pm, Roosevelt Middle School, 460 Arguello (at Geary), SF.
Entirely FREE and open to the public.

2004—Our 28th year!!!

Photos from Saturday, June 26th

Photos from Sunday, June 27th

Choir photos from Sunday, June 27th



Dunsmuir Scottish Dancers

Shay Black

Sylvia Herold & Chuck Ervin

Richard Adrianowicz & Peter Kasin

Oak, Ash & Thorn

World Harmony Chorus


Jeanie and Chuck's Country Roundup

M'Earth Tones

The Shots

Ray Bierl

Blue Blanket Improv

The Aswan Dancers


AJ Roach

Midlife Chrysler

Click here to download this years festival flyer in letter size or legal size

Click here to see Schedule (HTML with links) (PDF)

What can I expect at the Festival?
See a video of the 2000 Folk Festival!

Thin Man Strings

Cooley Cctton Co

The Great Silkie

Eva Cheung Jewelry

SF Usborne Books

Gabriel Bodkin Prints


Music & Song Workshops

Sound Tech
Soft Percussion Circle
Performing on Stage
Jam Etiquette
Sea shanties
Comic Songs
Swing Guitar
Russian Folk Songs
How to Read Music
Italian Mandolin

...and many more

Dance Workshops

English , French
Irish , Scottish
Israeli , Hungarian
Czech , Revolution
Cajun , Clogging
Scandinavian , Contra
Squares , Morris
Indian, Tango
Waltz , Lindy Hop
Belly , Greek

...and much more

Family Activities

Craft table
Music & Movement
Children's songwriting
Armenian dance
Goofy Tunes
Songs for Peace
English Ceilidh
Silly Songs
International Non-Partner dance
Greek dance
Free Movement Veil Dancing
Israeli dance
Scottish dance
Gender-free Contra dance
Singing & Speaking in Rhythm & Rhyme
Song, Movement and Jam

Dance Parties

Contra & Square

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Sounds fun. How do I get there?
Check a map, get information on public transportation options (parking is tight), or get full written directions. Click here for online directions.

Who are you people, that you've been doing this for 27 years?

Read a little about the Festival's history, and the wonderful organizations that sponsor the event. I have a few more questions. How can I get in touch?
E-mail .

How can I help?

The Festival is an all-volunteer effort. All the organizers and people helping out at the Festival itself are volunteers, and so are all the great performers and workshop leaders! To volunteer, e-mail with your contact info and interests, or see here for more information.

See you there!!!

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