posted on August 06, 2014 by Willingham & Cote
The Michigan State University Museum presents the Great Lakes Folk Festival in downtown East Lansing, Aug. 8-10 -- where music, dance and culture will be on display from across America and around the world.
Please note parking is still available in the Marriott parking structure, but other streets and areas will be impacted around our offices. Please see the attached map for dates, times and locations that will be impacted by the event.
The award-winning Great Lakes Folk Festival, produced by the MSU Museum's Michigan Traditional Arts Program, is a celebration of culture, tradition and community. The Michigan State University Museum works year-round to develop this festival program that reflects the immense variety and vitality of art, skill, knowledge, and wisdom of our cultural heritage for the public. GLFF offers a one-of-a-kind mix of music and dance stages, demonstrations of traditional arts and storytelling, authentic ethnic food, an arts marketplace, and many special activities for kids and their companions.