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Wednesday, July 23

2:00 pm Blue Ridge Community College, Flat Rock. (All Groups) Adults $30, Students, Faculty: ½ price, Children (12 & under) FREE.

7:30 pm Asheville High School, Asheville. (All Groups) General Adults $30, Students, Faculty: ½ price, Children (12 & under) FREE.

 

Thursday, July 24

2:00 pm Town Center, Burnsville. (2 Groups) Adults $16; Children (12 & under) FREE.

7:30 pm Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts, Franklin. (3 Groups) Adults $27, $22; Children (12 & under) FREE. 828.524.1598

 

Friday, July 25

2:00 pm Extravaganza Matinee, Stompin’ Ground, Maggie Valley.  (All Groups) Reserved seating: Adults $30, $25; General admission Adults $20; Children (12 & under) FREE.

6:30 pm Folkmoot Group Guest Appearance at Mountain Street Dance, Main Street, Waynesville. Free. www.downtownwaynesville.com

7:30 pm Extravaganza, Stompin’ Ground, Maggie Valley. (All Groups) Reserved seating: $30, $25; General admission Adults $20; Children (12 & under) FREE.

 

Saturday, July 26

10:30 am Folkmoot Parade of Nations, Waynesville. From Historic Court House down Main Street, Free Event.

3:00 pm Performance/Workshop, Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds, 800.438.1601. (1 Cherokee and 1 Folkmoot Group) Adults $10, Children (12 & under) FREE.

7:30 pm Haywood Community College, Clyde. (All Groups) Reserved seating: Adults $30, $25; General Admission Adults $20; Children (12 & under) FREE.

 

Sunday, July 27

1:30 pm Diana Wortham Theatre, Asheville. (All Groups) Adults $30, Children (12 & under) FREE. 828.257.4530, dwtheatre.com

7:00 pm Candlelight Closing, Stuart Auditorium, Lake Junaluska. (All Groups) Reserved seating: Adults $30, $25; General admission Adults $20; Children (12 & under) ½ price.

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