The Kerrville Folk Festival is a great places for kids of all ages.  Concerts for kids will be held on Saturday and Sunday mornings of the second and third weekends at Threadgill Memorial Theater in the campgrounds. These concerts feature storytellers and musical performances geared toward both the young and the young-at-heart.

   Kidsville is an activity and learning center across from the Kerrtry Store where kids can do arts and crafts, learn to sing, dance, play music, and make friends.

  Although kids 12yrs and younger have free entry to the festival, and are not technically required to wear a wristband, we urge all kids and their parents to check in at "Tag-a-Child", located in the Kennedy Outdoor Theater near the sandbox and Threadgill Theater area during concerts. We will ask that you fill out a very brief form with your name and contact information to use in the event a child becomes separated from their parents.  Be sure to familarize your kids with Tag-a-Child and Kidsville (in the campgrounds). These are safe places with careful grown-ups should you and your kiddos become separated.

Children’s Concerts for the

2020 Kerrville Folk Festival

Saturday, Oct. 10  &  Sunday, Oct. 11 

Threadgill Theater    10:30am - 12noon

Trout Fishing in America

(both days)

 

Saturday, Oct. 17  &  Sunday, Oct. 18 

Threadgill Theater    10:30am - 12noon

Mr. Will (Dupuy)

(both days)