2017 Turtle Hill Folk Festival


The 2017 Turtle Hill Festival is over and was a great success!  Check back for photos and videos when they become available.

Presented by the Golden Link Folk Singing Society

September 8, 9, and 10, 2017 

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A memorable weekend of music featuring concerts, workshops, singing, jamming, food and fun!



Zentz_400.jpgBob Zentz
Tidewater troubadour bring his Ramblin' Road Show and Homemade Hootenanny >MORE INFO ...


Cadleys_400.jpgThe Cadleys
Powerful harmonies, tasty picking, bluegrass classics, mountain ballads, and more >MORE INFO ...


LowLily_400.jpgLow Lily
Liz Simmons, Flynn Cohen, and Lissa Schneckenburger create music that is rooted yet contemporary >MORE INFO ...




Jordyn_Kenzie-2_300px.jpgNERFA presents Young Folk - Jordyn Kenzie
This showcase of young musicians (under the age of 25) from the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) will feature Jordyn Kenzie, a 17-year-old musician from the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. >MORE INFO ...


Fuchs_300.jpgStuart Fuchs
Innovative, playful, and holistic folk and world music on ukulele & guitar >MORE INFO ...


BrotherSun_400.jpgBrother Sun
Joe Jencks, Pat Wictor, and Greg Greenway lend their amazing harmonies to contemporary folk, gospel, blues, jazz, and pop (and their last festival appearance as a trio) >MORE INFO ...


Join us at the Rotary Sunshine Campus, 809 Five Points Rd., Rush NY (30 minutes south of Downtown Rochester)

Rain or Shine! All Events under cover.

  • Post-concert fireside singalong Friday & Saturday nights
  • Saturday & Sunday daytime workshops and mini-concerts
  • Grand finale with all the featured performers Sunday at 2:00 pm
  • Food and craft vendors
  • Heated bunkhouses with attached bath & showers or free rough camping sites
  • Nature trails, two playgrounds, and mini-golf on site
  • All facilities are wheelchair accessible

More Festival information, workshop details, etc. will be posted here as it becomes available ... or use this link to visit the Golden Link Facebook Page.

To take a look at last year's festival including photos and video, click on the following link to go to the:

2016 Festival Archive