Whenever you see QR codes like this, simply scan the code with your phone and listen to performances from festivals past or watch festival goers discuss what makes Hiawatha so special.
The Mammals, 2003 – (String Band) Old Plank Road/John Brown’s Dream
Doug Hardmann tells about the early days planning the Hiawatha festival in Deerton and Munising.
Roy Bookbinder, 2004 – (Singer Songwriter) You Can’t Do That No More
Seth Bernard & May Erlewine, 2005 – (Singer Songwriters) Heart Song
Cephas & Wiggins, 2006 – (Blues) You Got Runnin’
Mike Stiefvater talks about some of his favorite performers at Hiawatha and why it has such a great reputation for music.
The Wiyos, 2007 – (Old Time/Vaudville) Sadie Green the Vamp from New Orleans
The Duhks, 2008 – (Canadian String Band/Celtic) Old Cook Pot
The Santa Cruz River Band, 2008 – (SW American/Mexican) La Palomito (The Little Dove)
Derrell Syria Project, 2008 – (UP – “Finnish Reggae”) I’m a U.P. Boy
Brian Bowers with Claudia Schmidt, 2010 – (Singer Songwriters/Autoharp) Ezekiel Saw the Wheel/Satisfied Mind
Djele Ensemble w/ Madi Kouate, 2006 – (Mali African, kora) title unknown
The Carolina Chocolate Drops, 2007 – (String Band) Hit ‘Em Up Style
Lena Sutter and Patty Lins discuss their favorite family traditions at Hiawatha
Hot Club of Cow Town, 2010 – (Western Swing) Pennies From Heaven
LeVent Du Nord, 2011 – (Quebecois, Canadian traditional) title unknown
Lumber Jaaki, 2012 – (Finnish American/Les Ross, Sr.) title unknown
Pert Near Sandstone, 2012 – (Old Time) Snake Charmer
The Boseveld family talks about what makes Hiawatha so special.
The Good Lovelies, 2014 – (Female Singer-Songwriters/harmonies) It’s Just a Song
Bonsior Catin, 2013 – (Cajun) Black Cat Bones
John Gorka, 2013 – (Singer-Songwriter) Where No Monument Stands
Carver, Hicks, Watson & Newberry, 2013 – (Old Time) I’m Gettin’ Ready To Go
Kaivama, 2013 – (Finnish American) wedding march (title not) known