Will McLean Festival
Will McLean is considered the “Father of Florida Folk.” The “Black Hat Troubadour” travelled all across his beloved state writing hundreds of poems, songs and stories. After his death in 1990 he was inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame. Each year Florida singer songwriters gather at the Will McLean Folk Festival to honor him. McLean wanted to save Florida through his music. Each year the Will McLean Foundation holds a “Best New Florida Song Contest” to keep McLean’s mission alive.
Florida Folk Festival
Along the banks of the historic Suwannee River in White Springs, Florida, folk artists have gathered to celebrate Florida’s land, people, and diverse cultural heritage. Since its humble beginning in 1953, the Florida Folk Festival has not only grown to become Florida’s most prestigious affair, but also named “Florida’s Best Cultural Event.” The festival has recently been recognized by the Southeast Tourism Society as a “Top 20 Event” in the southeastern United States for 2015. Get ready for a fun and entertaining weekend for the entire family!
CowGirl Logic ~ Based on the song & stories of honky-tonk barroom culture
from a well-seasoned cowgirls perspective.
A little naughty but not perverted.
We aim to give a bonafide memorable Honky-Tonk experience!
Scene From Wild Women Revue
Wild Women Revue ~ "She's Got Moxie!" Unearthing the Secret Society of Wild Women with true "Grit, Gravel, and Grandeur" "Fasten your seatbelts...It's going to be a bumpy night!