An outdoor music festival celebrating world music traditions and contemporary sounds featuring the Native American-style flute. 10 am to 9 pm daily. Admission is free; family-friendly.
Welcome the Summer Solstice with a fusion of world music traditions and contemporary sounds featuring the Native American Flute! Enjoy live music and performances, vendors, and free activities including flute lessons and Native Storytelling. Register for music and meditation workshops. Bring the entire family!
FREE EVENING CONCERTS | Both evenings
Friday, June 21 @ 6:30 pm | Internationally renowned world music artists Suzanne Teng, Joseph L Young, Rona Yellow Robe, Kalani Das, and special guest artist Will Clipman perform Native flute and world music at this spectacular outdoor venue. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear the ethereal and perhaps surprising music of the Native American, rim-blown, and world flutes, with percussion. More information on the artists here.
Saturday, June 22 @ 7:00 pm | Shelley Morningsong and Fabian Fontenelle bring Native song, chant, and dance to the spectacular Homestead outdoor venue. New Mexico’s Shelley Morningsong is one of the leading voices in Contemporary Native Music. She is joined by her husband Fabian, an original member of the American Indian Dance Theater. The concert opened by Matthew Machu on the didgeridoo. Part of the Homestead Resort Summer Concert Series
Schedule at SolsticeFlute.org/festival-schedule
FREE Festival and Concert Admission
Workshop fees vary. Visit https://www.solsticeflute.org/workshops.html for more information.