The Moonshiner's Ball is the newest festival to join the HomeGrown family. Conceived by the good folks collectively calling themselves the Blind Corn Liquor Pickers, this event is packed full of talented musicians and feisty poets to keep you foot-stomping late into the night.
The inaugural line-up features:
A Tribe Called Lex w/ Sheisty Khrist
The Baja Yetis
Bawn in the Mash
Blind Corn Liquor Pickers
Coralee & the Townies
Eric Scott Sutherland
JD Wilkes & the Dirt Daubers
The Ronnie King Band
Solid Rock-It Boosters
Camping is included with the purchase of a ticket
Rain or Shine
PlayThink is a conscientious community of collaborative, innovative modern athletes and artists from many disciplines with the common goal to educate everyone everywhere on the benefits of re-connecting the mind, body, and spirit via creative new forms of playful exercise. The PlayThink Movement is an inclusive, participatory culture of vitality, fun, and well-being, rooted in the belief that each of us has the power to re-shape our own experience mentally and physically and live life to the fullest.
The PlayThink Movement & Flow Arts Festival is a family friendly gathering dedicated to cultivating a creative, healthy community. We look forward to sharing our natural playful spirit through a variety of flow arts including object manipulation (hula hooping, poi, staff spinning, fan dance, juggling), yoga, martial arts, dance, aerial play, mindfulness, healing arts, fire performance, art classes and more. Experience the magic of dance parties, circus camp, and learning to heal through play. Be prepared for inspiring workshops from amazing regional instructors bringing unique talents and inspiration. There will be artists, vendors, and fun to be had of all kinds!
The Whippoorwill Festival, located in the beautiful foothills of Appalachia in Central Kentucky, teaches earth-friendly and sustainable living skills in a joyful, healthy, family-friendly atmosphere.
The Whippoorwill Festival celebrates our Appalachian heritage and traditions while helping prepare our minds and bodies for a future world of climate change and a decreased supply of fossil fuels. Together we are building a community and working toward creating a society that will be more resilient in the face of climate change and upcoming resource shortages.
The Whippoorwill Festival is an all-volunteer event featuring over 75 earth-friendly workshops, tent camping, healthy, home-cooked meals, and guest speakers, plus campfires, Appalachian mountain music and contra dancing in the evenings.
To support the local economy, The Whippoorwill Festival features booths and displays from local artists and craft workers from Berea, Kentucky's artisan capital.
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