Whoop & Hollar drive-in format works

Andrina Turenn, left, celebrates with her guitar player during her set Friday night during the Whoop & Hollar Folk Fest. CITIZEN PHOTO/MICKEY DUMONT

None of the acts performing on the opening day of the 2020 Whoop & Hollar Folk Fest failed to mention the magic of again being able to perform live, some pinched themselves twice to make sure it was real.

Many festival-goers also pinched themselves to make sure they were in fact under the sun and stars being able to enjoy live music, something under COVID-19 health restrictions was all but banned.

The 2020 Whoop & Hollar Folk Fest continues today at 6:30 on the Portage Exhibition grounds on Island Park.

Saturday, August 29th — 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm

Portage Mutual Mainstage:
  • 5:00 pm — Gates open for pre-registered vehicles.

  • 6:15 pm — All vehicles must be on-site and parked.

  • 6:30 pm — Ed & Rhea

  • 7:00 pm — Rhonda Head

  • 8:30 pm — House Handshake

  • 10:00 pm — Red Moon Road

Festival goers get a sizeable plot to drive up to and to spread out on.
CITIZEN PHOTO/MICKEY DUMONT
Dan Scram of The Deeds delivered the goods Friday night. CITIZEN PHOTO/MICKEY DUMONT
The Reverend Rambler belted out his takes on blues classics and original songs.
CITIZEN PHOTO/MICKEY DUMONT
The comfortable weather will continue today for the second day of the Whoop & Hollar Folk Fest.
CITIZEN PHOTO/MICKEY DUMONT

 

 

 

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