Date(s) - 06/29/2013
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Kutztown Folk Festival
64th Annual Kutztown Folk Festival
June 29 – July 7, 2013; 9am – 6pm
225 N. White Oak St., Kutztown, PA 19530
For GPS use: Wentz Street, Kutztown PA 19530; and then follow the signs and police directions for parking.
Nothing tops the good old-fashion summer fun to be found at the Kutztown Folk Festival! Now in its 64th year, the Kutztown Folk Festival is the oldest folklife festival in America. Celebrating the Pennsylvania Dutch Culture, this unique festival continues to attract upwards of 150,000 visitors per year. Named as One of America’s Top Celebrations by USA Today, it was named as a “Must See” Festival by the Washington Post, and was twice featured in National Geographic.
With activities and interests geared towards the entire family, this nine day festival certainly has something for everyone to enjoy. Demonstrations of traditional crafts by 200 juried American craftsmen, folklife demonstrations, historical reenactments, antiques, traditional music, and dancing associated with the PA Dutch run non-stop. Visit the largest Quilt Sale in the Nation, featuring over 2,000 American made quilts. Children experience traditional, hands-on enjoyment in exciting new ways. Noah’s World animal park, hay mazes, do-it-yourself mural paintings, rides, and their own children’s stage make this Festival a time to remember as a wonderful family experience for your kids. Last, but certainly not least – the best Pennsylvania Dutch food and treats to be had anywhere!