GREENSBORO – The North Carolina Folk Festival will open in 2022 with a concert by famous Mexican folk musician Silvana Estrada.
The 8 p.m. performance will take place on January 28 at the Tew Recital Hall at the Music Building UNCG, 100 McIver St.
Tickets cost $ 25 for the public and $ 5 for UNCG students. They are on sale today.
Learn more and buy tickets on www.ncfolkfestival.com/silvana-estrada.
Due to security measures related to COVID-19, masks will be required for anyone attending the concert. The number of seats / tickets in the Tew Recital Hall will be limited to 175 seats to account for physical distancing.
The NC Folk Festival is a non-profit organization whose mission is to honor, celebrate and share the ways in which communities express their creativity and cultural traditions through music, dance, food, crafts and other folk arts.
Its flagship event is the annual NC Folk Festival, which in 2022 will take place September 9-11 in the city center.
The free festival features performing groups representing a wide range of cultural traditions from around the world on multiple stages. It features non-stop music and dance performances, a manufacturers market, regional and ethnic foods, and festival merchandise.