Delmarva Public Media to broadcast live from the 81st National Folk Festival

Salisbury Independent
Posted 8/10/22

Delmarva Public Media will once again broadcast live from the TidalHealth Stage all three days of the National Folk Festival on stations WSDL 90.7 and WESM 91.3.

This service enables fans of the …

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Delmarva Public Media to broadcast live from the 81st National Folk Festival

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Delmarva Public Media will once again broadcast live from the TidalHealth Stage all three days of the National Folk Festival on stations WSDL 90.7 and WESM 91.3.

This service enables fans of the festival who are unable to attend in person to tune-in on their radios, or online at delmarvapublicmedia.org.

Since the first year of the National Folk Festival in Salisbury in 2018, Delmarva Public Media has been a partner and media sponsor of the event. 

Artists who are scheduled to perform on the TidalHealth Stage include Eileen Ivers, Los Texmaniacs feat. La Marisoul, Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas, Dale Ann Bradley, E.U. featuring Sugar Bear, and many more.

The full performance schedule for the 81st National Folk Festival is available at nationalfolkfestival.com/festival-schedule.

This year’s National Folk Festival will mark the final year of the event’s residency. In 2023, the festival will transition to the Maryland Folk Festival in Salisbury.

The National Folk Festival strives to present the nation’s very finest traditional artists. Music and dance traditions from every part of the country are represented — blues, rockabilly, gospel, jazz, polka, tamburitza, cowboy, bluegrass, klezmer, R&B, old-time, Cajun, rhythm and blues, mariachi, beatbox, breakin’, western swing, honky-tonk, and zydeco, as well as traditional music and dance from Native American, Celtic, Acadian, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, East Asian, Appalachian, Latino, Eastern European, West African, and Pacific Island cultures, among others.

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