Benefitting Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region
Nestled between the banks of the Anacostia River lies a park dedicated to preserving natural resources and educating District youth about conservation and becoming better stewards of the natural world. Voted Best Music Festival in DC by City Paper readers in 2018, the Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival will return to celebrate its 10th Anniversary this May!
Stay tuned for the announcement of the 2019 Lineup. Follow us on @KIBluegrassFest on FB, IG, and TW for all of the up-to-date announcements, news, and giveaways!
The festival will feature delicious local cuisine from your favorite food trucks, craft beer, cocktails, local merchants, and fun for all ages through various outdoor activities, a kids’ zone, and much more.
As the District's premier Zero-Waste Festival, we ask that all attendees support our mission to keep the island clean and refrain from bringing disposable water bottles, food containers, etc. and please be conscientious when disposing of your trash at our Zero Waste Stations spread throughout the island. #ZeroWasteDC
Proceeds benefit Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region who operates Kingman Island for use as a public recreation space, nature preserve, and “living classroom” for hands-on environmental education programs for underserved area schools.
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @KIBluegrassFest for sneak previews, tips to plan your festival experience, and special announcements!
Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival 2019Saturday, May 04, 201912:00 PM to 8:00 PM