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2017 Arts in Nature Festival @ Camp Long | 40+ Performances, Hands-on Art & Nature Activities, Hiking, Workshops, Open Mics & More!

From our sponsors:
2017 Arts in Nature Festival
August 26, 2017
11 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday
11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday
All Ages | Adult $10, Adult 2-day $16, Kids 5-12 $5
Tickets: strangertickets.com

Camp Long
5200 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126

The Arts in Nature Festival is unlike any other summer festival in Seattle. For two delightful summer days, the Delridge Neighborhood Development Association (dnda.org) hosts musicians, dancers, actors and artists from all over the style, cultural, media and entertainment spectrum throughout the verdant acreage of Seattle’s only campsite, Camp Long! Explore the meandering paths with the entire family to discover puppets by the pond, fine art in the forest, sound creations in the cabins and much more.

This year, we are particularly excited to feature Seattle’s own Clinton Fearon and the Boogie Brown Band, known for bringing exciting reggae beats to wider audiences. Other artists include West African musician and Griot storyteller Naby Camera, alt-folk duo Animals of Grace, rumba musicians Cocotazo, storytelling and choral collaborations from the Moonshine Revival Tent and a scavenger hunt by Melanie Reed!

A convoy of food trucks keeps you energized while sponsor Monumental Undertaking keeps the big kids going in the beer garden!

We’re pleased to welcome participants Caz NW – A Performing Arts Family Camp, Full Circle, King County Dept. of Natural Resources & Parks, the National Wildlife Federation, and the High Point Branch Library, hosting a trivia afternoon Saturday from 4:00-5:30!

Special thanks to our local Sponsors who help make this magic possible, including: Boeing, Nucor, KUOW, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Northwest Folklife, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and the West Seattle Blog.

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