Club Passim’s Campfire Festival celebrates 25 years

The annual fest will reignite a passion for local folk music with four days of performances from 60+ artists.

A singer, guitarist, and violinist perform on a stage with a sign that says "Club Passim" in the background

Boston-based country + Americana artist Hank Wonder is one of this weekend’s performers.

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Time to gather ‘round the (metaphorical) campfire. Club Passim celebrates 25 years of its annual Campfire Festival this Labor Day weekend, providing all the sounds of a summer folk fest and none of the sunburns + swarming mosquitoes.

ICYMI — the festivities began last night with an evening of storytelling, but the party continues through Monday, Sept. 4 with over 60 live performances at Club Passim’s historic listening room.

Artists scheduled to take the stage at the Harvard Square venue include Rose Polenzani, Liv Greene, Hank Wonder, junior rail transit, Genesis Fermin, Nicolas Emden, and many more. Look for local favorites like Jessye DeSilva, Naomi Westwater, and Ava Sophia on the daily lineups.

Guests are encouraged to witness the performances in the intimacy of Passim’s listening room, but can opt to view a live stream from home. One-day tickets are available for $10. Pro tip: Snag a weekend pass for just $25.

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