Festival Musicians 

We want to thank all the wonderful musicians who have come out to support and share their talents with our festival each year. And Sanilac Consortium for the Arts for supplying all the sound equipment and coordinating it all! They do allot for our community by hosting Thumbfest music festival; Singin' in the 60's at the Sanilac Historic Village & Museum; The Coffee House open Mic at Trinity Church in Lexington; Guitar's for kids program; the Port Sanilac Farmers Market 'Music at the Market' program; fundraisers for community groups and so much more. Visit their website for more information: http://www.sanilac-arts.org/about.html or their Facebook page to learn about upcoming events: https://www.facebook.com/Sanilac-Consortium-for-the-Arts-1848326465429123/.

Because we are a low budget, non-profit, event, this year we are asking you to help us Thank these wonderful people by showing support through a donation.  They deserve our help to further their careers and help them pay for their expenses in coming to perform. This years musicians are listed below...

Thank you for whatever you can give!

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Come enjoy beautiful Simon and Garfunkel music performed by Tom Schlichting and Dean Barnett. Their voices blend beautifully and easily into that signature Simon and Garfunkel sound with superb harmonies and excellent guitar work.


Still Running

Mike Mercatante & Jenna Reed blend Roots, rock, country, and folk styles That sound both unusual and familiar. High energy, thought provoking harmony. They often perform at the Raven in Port Huron and will be at the Port Sanilac Farmers Market performing on August 23rd. Come hear enjoy the music.

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Ruby Hill

Local thespian & performing artist  Micki LePla, is joined by Jim Williams  & Ron McPhail sings tight harmonies and plays bluegrass and  American Roots music. 


Lost Cuzzins

Specializing in intricate harmonies  their  music is a mixed bag of folk,   Country, light rock and blues, and  includes many of their own creations.

Pine River Legacy Band

Enjoy “Front Porch Old Time Music” played on Hammered Dulcimers, Fiddles, Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos, Stand-up and Gut-Bucket Bass, Auto-harp, Penny Whistles and Human Voices. 


Phil & Marsha Larson

This husband and wife team has been entertaining audiences all over southeastern Michigan since 1997. With Marsha’s rich alto and Phil’s baritone-tenor, they swap between lead and close harmony. You’ll hear a variety of styles, including gospel, blues, Celtic, folk, country, jazz, soft rock and more.

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Wildcat Road

Folk, Americana, and Vintage Blues based in Port Sanilac-Lexington area, Wildcat Road is a new group in 2018. We like everything from Irish Folk to Led Zeppelin but decided to focus on playing American folk and vintage blues.