Pittsburgh Folk Festival

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Pittsburgh Folk Festival
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Pittsburgh Folk Festival in Schenley Plaza, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on September 3, 2016
Genre multicultural, various international ethnic heritages represented in song, dance, and cuisine, as well as arts and crafts
Dates first weekend of September (Labor Day weekend)
Frequency Annually
Location(s) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Years active 1956-present
Inaugurated 1956
Website Official website

The Pittsburgh Folk Festival is a large multicultural celebration of diverse international ethnic heritages in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Festival has been held annually since 1956. Various cultures are represented through music, folk dance, and performances on the main stage while different vendors sell traditional food as well as arts and crafts during the festival.


External links

  • Pittsburgh Folk Festival homepage
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