Wrap-up Meeting

Sunday, October 5, 2014

2-4 pm

Trinity Episcopal Church

5646 Main, Lexington, Mi. 

Everyone invited!  Bring your comments, suggestions!  

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Saturday, August 30

10 am to 10 pm

Throughout the Village of 

Lexington, Michigan

Thumbfest 2014 Performers: For more information click here.

Whistle Stop Revue, Nessa, David Youngman, Tritone Paradox, Nicky Boy Street Band, Appleseed Collective, The Luddites, Jo Serrapere and the Willie Dunns, Stella!, Black River Bluegrass Boys, Blue Water Ramblers, Finvarra's Wren, Mustard's Retreat, Kitty Donohoe, Rod & Annie Capps, Floyd King and the Bushwackers, LeCompagnie,  Genot Picor, LL Blues, Sel de Terre, Jim Bizer and Jan Krist, Brian Wood and the Troubadads, Carl Henry, Still Running, Lost Cuzzins, William Henry Russell, Circle of Friends,  Mary Foley, Campfire Compadres, Rockafellas, Ruby Hill, Ourselves, Waynewood Boys, Banjo Jim and Ricky, Bobby Budd, Emilie and Andrew, John Nader and Dave Reid, Troublesome Creek,  Butterhair, Gary Kruger, Andy Mather, John Dobat, Phil and Marsha Larson, John Broadwell and Mike Salowitz, Rocky Top, Luti Erzbenik, Judy Insley and Almost Perfect, Dan Hazlett, Mike and Ande McCarthy, Taller Than They Appear and Floyd and Buckrooster King, Denny Dwyer, Pat Harrison, Deb & Mat Emerick

Thumbfest 2014 highlights live acoustic music, with opportunities to hear and participate!  

Multiple stages throughout the picturesque town of Lexington, Mi. 

 Great local and regional musicians play music, teach workshops and sit in on jams. 

 Bring your instrument and your lawn chair and join in all the great music!  

FREE  all Day! Free event, free parking, free shuttlebus.  Event is all-accessible and family friendly. 

We appreciate and need your free will donations! 

 Great food and craft vendors as well as all the local restaurants, food stores and businesses to serve you. 

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Take a look at the volunteer positions at  VOLUNTEER

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