Spring into Salmonfest; 3 days of fish, love and music
Musical performers crossing genres and instruments. Bluesy, jazzy, R&B, they are the California Honeydrops.
Photo courtesy of Salmonfest
Salmonfest, Alaska’s biggest festival weekend offers over 60 bands and a whole lot more. Salmonfest 2017 will be held August 4-6th at the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik. Super discounted early bird tickets are available now.
Long time festival stalwarts Rusted Root will be making their first appearance. Come hear Rising Appalachia, The California Honeydrops and Pimps of Joytime just to name a few at 2017 Salmonfest. Not to mention the biggest selection of Alaska’s best.
Enjoy one adventurous and magical weekend. 60 plus bands over 3 days on 4 stages. Some of Alaska’s most dynamic art and crafts, special brews, tasty food, an expanded kids program, along with the unusual and usual special surprises. There will be an ever improving ‘Salmon Causeway’ ‘spawned’ by Cook Inletkeeper, the festivals partner in ‘fish first’ advocacy.
Now a long-standing tradition for many, the festival, under the stewardship of Kachemak Bay Conservation Society in partnership with Cook Inletkeeper, is offering deeply discounted ‘Salmonfest or Bust’ tickets. Super early bird deadline ends March, 24th. Don't let this one get away.
Visit Salmonfestalaska.org and Salmonfest on Facebook to buy your tickets and for more information.
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Tickets available at: www.salmonfestalaska.org
Last opportunity to buy discounted tickets is Friday, March 24th at 11:59 p.m.
Salmonfest is supported by and benefits The Kachemak Bay Conservation Society with support from Cook Inletkeeper. KBCS is a longstanding Homer-based non-profit organization that seek to educate the public, and both protect and promote Alaska’s fish-filled waters.
Stay tuned for more Salmonfest news!
For more information, contact:
Jim Stearns, Festival Director/Producer, Salmonfest
Sally Oberstein, Assistant Festival Director/Producer, Salmonfest
Susan Kaplan, Festival Media Liaison, Salmonfest