July 16, 2018 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Humboldt Folklife Festival 2018 

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The Humboldt Folklife Festival's "Under the Stars" music got underway on Wednesday in the Dell'Arte Rooney Amphitheatre with The Yokels.
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Glenn Nagy on bass and vocals with The Yokels leads off in the "Under the Stars" performances on Wednesday.
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Steve Irwin on guitar and vocals in The Yokels, who began the "Under the Stars" performances on Wednesday.
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The Detours were up next in the "Under the Stars" performances on Wednesday.
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Rick Levine on guitar and vocals helped drive The Detours in the "Under the Stars" performances on Wednesday.
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Jake Wiegandt (left) on guitar and vocals and Ron Sharp on bass added their skills to The Detours in the "Under the Stars" performances on Wednesday.
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Jake Wiegandt on vocals and guitar from The Detours got a chance to perform in front of his parents (on his dad's birthday) on Wednesday at the "Under the Stars" performance.
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Marc Jeffares on keyboard, mandolin and guitar added another dimension to The Detours' performance during the "Under the Stars" show on Wednesday.
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Marybeth Taylor (left) and Dustin Taylor (also co-owner of Dick Taylor Chocolates) rocked out with a duet with Huckleberry Flint during Wednesday's "Under the Stars."
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Despite only two public performances a year and limited practice time in a room at the Dick Taylor chocolate production space, Huckleberry Flint rocked out in a stylish and much-loved performance to end "Under the Stars" on Wednesday.
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Dustin Taylor shed his jacket during his hot performance with Huckleberry Flint at Wednesday's "Under the Stars."
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A packed house sat or danced in front of the Dell'Arte Rooney Amphitheatre stage for nine performances on Saturday's Humboldt Folklife Festival free day, including this set by the No Good Redwood Ramblers.
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The Folk School Workshops on Saturday included instructor DeAnna Sanders, of McKinleville, leading attendees through Hawaiian ukulele songs.
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After DeAnna Sanders and her ukulele-workshop attendees practiced Hawaiian songs, instructor Joyce Flaugher, of Fortuna, and her hula-dancing workshop participants showed up for a joint performance.
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The Street Stage for Saturday's Humboldt Folklife Festival was the scene for eight performances, including Port Mooncall.
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Saturday's sessions in the Street Stage area ended with Joel Sonnenschein (left) and Jeff Kelley leading a large crowd of fans in a Beatles sing along.
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Joe King of Kingfoot was brought to his knees while watching bass player Kevin Johnson perform some acrobatics on his bass.
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Kingfoot rocked the end of Saturday with an encore on the Dell'Arte Rooney Amphitheatre stage in front of a large, appreciative crowd.
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A brief round of crowd-surfing broke out in front of the Dell'Arte Rooney Amphitheatre stage while Kingfoot played.
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The Bayou Swamis rocked out in the warm sun on the Dell'Arte Rooney Amphitheatre stage on Saturday afternoon.
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Naomi Faulkner (left), of McKinleyville, harmonized with Sydney Larson and Marika Chop, both of Arcata, in Saturday's Beatle's sing along in the Street Stage area.
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Humboldt Folklife Festival attendees danced to music by Kingfoot in front of the stage.
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