Entertainment at Michigan Fiber Festival
After you've shopped your heart out and had plenty of time visiting the fiber animals....there's still more to do at MFF!
Allegan Band Boosters
Big Moe's BBQ
Kool a Roo (Kettle Corn)
Live Music in the Carousel Pavilion:
Saturday Noon to 3:00 pm
Welcome to Sour Orchid, a Michigan rock band from Hastings. These guys have been buskers at MFF for the past two years. With a lot of work and dedication to their music, they are ready to play on the "big stage." Blue collar kids who keep rock 'n roll alive, Sour Orchid will knock your socks off with their covers of classic/modern rock and original compositions!
Sunday Noon to 3:00 pm
Whiskey Before Breakfast
Whiskey Before Breakfast performs Irish traditional dance music; jigs, reels, hornpipes and all manner of toe-tapping tunes and songs. With a variable cast of musicians and instruments, WBB performs Irish Traditional Dance Music and Songs; with Cara Lieurance, Jim Clawson, Gautier Debeyser, Dave Marlatt, Aaron Miller, Jeff Sarnacki, and Klay Woodworth. Whiskey Before Breakfast has been performing throughout southwest Michigan since 1994.
Some of our special appearances over the years include concerts at the Cooper’s Glen Music Festival, the Kalamazoo Irish Festival, The Kalamazoo Scottish Festival, The Box Factory St. Joseph Area Arts Center, LVD’s Concert Hall, Kalamazoo Arts Council Concerts in the Park Series, The Celery Flats Shakespeare Festival, Kindleberger Park Concert Series, Kalamazoo New Years Fest. The band can be heard regularly, chiefly at O’Duffy’s Pub in Kalamazoo.
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!
Friday 11am-3pm Locked in Labyrinth, Ukulele & Vocals
Saturday 11am-1pm: Zach Franklin, Piano & Vocals
Saturday 1-3pm Jim Powers, Ukulele & Vocals
Sunday 11am-1pm: Sophie Haywood, Accordion
Sunday 1-3pm: Jocelyn Ralston, Ukulele & Vocals
The Historical Village on the fairgrounds will be open for your enjoyment Friday and Saturday. 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
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, please email firstname.lastname@example.org!