49th Annual Kerrville Folk Festival
October 1 - 11, 2021
Tickets on sale NOW!
And here's a tasty treat for all of us called "Welcome Home" by longtime Kerrvert and newest Director on the KFFF Board, Michael Bowers.
♥ Get Ready, Y'all ♥
KFF 2021 COVID-19 Protocols
To Our Attendees, Volunteers, Artists, and Vendors
As the Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation and the Kerrville Folk Festival work to hold events in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic we want to share with you our Covid related policies and protocols so that you may make informed decisions to protect yourself and others.
Vaccination is required for all attendees (including patrons, volunteers, vendors, artists, etc.)
Volunteers on crews with close contact with the public will be required to wear masks while working and frequently wash their hands with soap or hand sanitizer regardless of their vaccination status.
Sanitation stations will be located around the festival grounds and everyone is encouraged to frequently wash their hands with soap and use hand sanitizer.
We ask that all on the ranch be mindful of CDC distancing guidelines: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html
Attendees will be offered a “Love My Space” wristband for those who prefer not to be hugged or wish to maintain social distance from others.
If you are feeling ill in any way before the festival we respectfully ask that you not attend or if you begin to feel ill during the event that you go home and not stay on the grounds of the festival.
We appreciate your cooperation as we try to protect our Festival family and the Kerrville community.
For the health and safety of our beloved community, we celebrated KFF virtually in the spring.
On May 29, 2021, direct from Threadgill Theater on Quiet Valley Ranch, we live-streamed a full day of concerts interspersed with artist interviews, home video of KFF through the years, as well as a special one-hour New Folk In-Memoriam feature. You can still check it out here on the KFF Foundation YouTube channel.