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Porcupine Mountains Music Festival Returns

After a two-year break because of COVID-19 concerns, the Porcupine Mountains Music Festival returns this weekend.

The event has been scaled back from its traditional three-day schedule to two days, but is still offering its usual eclectic selection of roots, bluegrass and blues performers.

Music begins this afternoon at 12:30 with Copper Country native Eric Koskinen. Festival favorite Charlie Parr will perform at 5, with Tennessee bluegrass band the Po’ Ramblin’ Boys at 6:30, and progressive Irish band JigJam at 8:30.

Music resumes tomorrow at 12:30, with Wisconsin jamgrass band Armchair Boogie performing at 6:30, and psychedelic roots rockers The Slambovian Circus of Dreams at 8:30.

The event is centered at the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park Ski Hill.

See the full schedule and purchase tickets here. A daily or seasonal Michigan Recreation Passport is also required to enter the park.

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