Michigan Fiber Festival strives to have activities and events for everyone! In addition to our fiber related demonstrations attendees can enjoy live music,  antique tractors, and the historic village on the fairgrounds.  We offer unique entertainment for the whole family!   

Food Vendors:

Almond King

Allegan Band Boosters

Big Moe's BBQ

Gretchen's Kitchen

Kool a Roo (Kettle Corn)



Live Music in the Carousel Pavilion:

"Panda Pete"

Saturday Noon to 3:00 pm 



Pete Schumann (Panda Pete) is a singer\songwriter\musician who performs music of various genres from 1950s to present day. Pete has written 100s of songs from love ballads to humorous dittys. Known for a sweet, yet dynamic voice he has entertained people from Michigan to Florida over a lifetime of singing.

His main instrument is baritone ukulele (same range as a guitar) but also plays tenor and concert ukulele and harmonica.

It is his aim to spread love through music. Which is why Panda Pete's motto is "Music is Love".


Hen Pecked Dawgs  

Sunday Noon to 3:00 pm 2021

Excited to return to Michigan Fiber Festival, this tight, and playful group will entertain you with a blend of Celtic and Americana music. These seasoned musicians will satisfy your thirst for fine folk music. 

Music while you shop -- Buskers at MFF:

In an effort to make Festival a bit more festive- we will have buskers performing Friday through Sunday around Building 8B.  Buskers are "street musicians" who perform in the hope of donations being placed in their case or can in appreciation of their efforts.  We hope you will enjoy the entertainment as you shop! 

Our musicians this year are: James Clawson, Belle, Nate Phillips and Jocelyn Rolston. 

We still have one opening for Sunday 1-3 pm- If you or your music group would like to busk at MFF 2022, please contact staff@michiganfiberfestival.info!


Old Tractors R Us Tractor Club Display:

This year will be the 9th year that Old Tractors R-Us Tractor Club (a local tractor group) will be at Festival with a variety of tractors and activities on display for all to enjoy on Saturday and Sunday.  They are looking forward to meeting and greeting the many people that will attend Festival this year.

Please stop by to ask questions and to see the corn shelling and grinding demonstrations. If you have questions or would like to bring a tractor in for display, please contact Fred Banks (269-673-3080) or Denny Hammer (269-673-8295).


Historical Village:

The Historical Village on the fairgrounds will be open for your enjoyment Saturday and Sunday. Check out the buildings, talk to the volunteers about the site or enjoy your lunch in the common area.

Sheep Shearing Demonstration:

The sheep shearing demonstration is located between the sheep and pygora goat areas.

Saturday:  10:00 am, Noon & 2:00 pm

Sunday:  11:00 am, Noon & 2:00 pm


Herding Dog Demonstration:

The herding demonstration is located just outside of the Expo Center.

Saturday:  11:00 am, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm

Sunday:  11:00 am & 1:00 pm

Fiber Arts Demonstrations:

A variety of fiber artists demonstrate their skills from 10:00 am to Close, Friday-Sunday in the Expo Center.

If YOU would like to demonstrate, sign up here!


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