The festival will feature a diverse range of music and dance performances, showcasing the talents of local and international artists. Musicians and performers from various cultural backgrounds will take to the stage to share their art and connect with the audience. Visitors can expect to hear traditional folk music, blues, jazz, rock, hip-hop, and many other genres. Apart from music and dance performances, the festival will also feature workshops, panel discussions, and demonstrations, providing visitors with the opportunity to learn about the different cultures and traditions of the Pacific Northwest. These interactive activities will be conducted by artists, scholars, and community leaders, giving visitors an immersive and educational experience. The festival's food vendors will offer a variety of international cuisine, including traditional dishes from different parts of the world. Visitors can sample delicious food from vendors representing different cultures, adding to the festival's vibrant and diverse atmosphere. The Northwest Folklife Festival is a community-driven event, and it relies on the support of volunteers and donors to make it happen. The festival's organizers are always looking for volunteers to help with various aspects of the event, from stage management to visitor services. Those interested in volunteering can visit the festival's website to learn more. The festival is also an opportunity for local artists and performers to showcase their talent, and the organizers are currently accepting applications from musicians, dancers, and other performers who wish to participate. This is a chance for artists to gain exposure and connect with a wider audience. As always, the festival is a community-driven event that relies on the support of volunteers and donors, and it's a great opportunity for artists and performers to showcase their talent. Get your tickets!