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Sing! Sing! Sing! Music Fest

Sing! Sing! Sing! Music Fest

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Celebrating the songs of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan and more featuring

McDougal Street West, Tom and Christa Agostino, Brad Newman, The Robertson Sisters, Ron Skelton, Shore Lines and special guests

Sunday, August 4, 1:00 to 5:00pm, the Highlands Center

Tickets: $20, $7 youth, $12 Highlands Center Members

presented by The Folk Sessions and The Highlands Center

3PM Featured Concert in the Amphitheater:

McDougal Street West, Tom and Christa Agostino, Special Guest

and music presentations in the Ramada and on the Patio

  • The Sing-along Café… better than Karaoke! 
  • Celebrating Pete Seeger’s Centennial 
  • Folk Sessions Radio Show Rummage Sale – 100’s of GREAT folk and Americana releases.
  • “Ballad Tree” where we will share songs and stories w/ sing-alongs

Folk and Americana music are thriving in today’s culture and has done so thanks to the efforts of many people who’ve sought to preserve and revive what’s valuable from traditional forms of music. The songs of Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger, who’s centennial is this year, are sung every day in churches, community halls, around campfires, and any place people gather in song. If you recognize a song as part of your culture, maybe you’ve heard your parents sing it or you’ve heard it performed in folk clubs, then it’s folk music. On Sunday, August 4th, at the Highlands Center, some of the area’s finest folk musicians, including MacDougal Street West, a Peter, Paul and Mary tribute band, Brad “Woody, Jr” Newman, and The Folk Sessions’ Tom and Christa Agostino will share songs, both familiar and new in the Sing! Sing! Sing! Fest, where everybody’s in the band! Tickets for this daylong festival are available at and at the Highlands Center Gift Shop. Presented by The Folk Sessions and the Highlands Center.

About the Highlands Center for Natural History
Formed in 1996, the Highlands Center for Natural History is a non-profit organization developed to foster an appreciation for and knowledge of the natural wonders of the Central Highlands of Arizona. Operating on an 80-acre campus near Lynx Lake through a Special Use Permit with Prescott National Forest, the Highlands Center is a regional hub for lifelong learning, designed to invite discovery of the wonders of nature. The James Family Discovery Gardens, an accessible Native Botanical Garden, opened in 2017. Experience outdoor learning in a whole new light!The Folk Sessions may well be one of the most eclectic radio shows in America. Broadcast throughout Central & Northern Arizona for over 15 years on the KJAZZ Radio Network and Prescott Public Radio, part of the Arizona Community Radio Network. The Folk Sessions has established a loyal following, producing quality radio programs and live concerts.


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