Yakima Folklife Festival Celebrating 37 years of Music & Fun.
The Yakima Folklife Festival is held at Yakima’s Franklin Park in partnership with the Yakima Valley Museum. For more information about our organization, the Festival or how you can help, Contact us!
The main event is held at Franklin Park in Yakima, two stages in the park and one inside the Yakima Valley Museum. Friday and Saturday evening, there’s also music at these participating venues:
- Kana Winery: 10 S. 2nd St.
- Gilbert Cellars: 5 N. Front St
- AntoLin Cellars: 14 N. Front St
- Hop Nation Brewing Company: 31 N. First Ave
- Single Hill Brewery: 102 N. Naches Avenue
- The Seasons Performance Hall: (Back Room Gallery entrance off Pendleton Way.) 101 N Naches Ave
Yakima Valley Museum
Visit the Yakima Valley Museum and learn a little history
of our valley. Free Admission during the festival!
Wine & Beer Garden
Sip your favorite local craft beers, ciders and wines while you enjoy the music (21 and older). Sponsored by Kana Winery.
Get some of that kid energy out on the park Playground equipment while the adults are close enough to still hear the music. Organized activities are scheduled each hour both Saturday & Sunday. Schedule coming soon — sign up at the Youth tent.
Sagebrush Hills Film Festival
Sagebrush Hills is proud to partner with Yakima Folklife Festival.
Sagebrush Hills Film Festival promotes film culture in the Yakima Valley, whether that means encouraging the first spark of inspiration to record a story on film or facilitating an enthusiastic discussion about a particularly thought-provoking movie.
Craft & Food Vendors
Check out over 20 vendors selling delicious foods and offering up some amazing crafted items.
Open Mic Stage
Stop by and listen to, or better yet, join in yourself with the performers on the Open Mic Stage located north of the main stage in the craft vendor area.