The Kutztown folk festival is one of the best cultural festivals in the United States, celebrated for around nine-day long invites visitors from around the globe. The Kutztown folk festival aims to give the most enriching experiences to the visitors and acquaint them to the fascinating traditions of Pennsylvania Dutch culture and the way they live their lives. The festival is known for being full of fun and entertainment and also houses the largest quilt sale in America.
The Kutztown folk festival has been celebrated from generation to generation, from the summer of 1950, when three of America’s leading folklorists presented the first Kutztown Folk Festival, with an approach to showcase the outsiders, what it means to be the part of the Pennsylvania Dutch family. Wherein they made locals to participate and demonstrate the way they lead their lives.
Even today one can still find the traditional craftsmanship demonstrating in the Kutztown folk festival, showcasing how they build their country. Their traditional food and music still catch the eye of who all attend.
The 70th annual Kutztown Folk Festival is set for June 29-July 7 at the Kutztown Fairgrounds.
$14.00 for Adults $13.00 for Senior Citizens 55+ $5.00 Students 13-17 Children 12 and under FREE Weekly Pass: $24.00
10 AM to 8 PM June 29, June 30, July 5 & 6 10 AM to 6 PM July 1 - 4 & 7 Open Late on Weekends! Timings
There is also a myriad of activities and things to do for kids in Kutztown folk festival, kids can enjoy puppet shows, storytelling, pony rides and horse-drawn carousel additional charge for these, hay maze, petting zoo, craft area, and play area additional fee for this area.
In Kutztown folk festival one can participate in various shows and activities, as there will be five stages for entertainment with seating. Also, there will be multiple seating arrangements in the food areas around the grounds.
One can come along with their pets and parking is completely free, so make the most of it and enjoy one of the best folk festivals of America the Kutztown folk festival!