This is the 8th annual Indie-Folkfest 2022 at the Mennello Museum of American Art. It Features local, regional, and national art, music, and cuisine. Hosted by Blue Star. Live music from Beemo, Beth McKee and Swamp Sistas, Oak Hill Drifters, Jordan Foley and the Wheelhouse, Shine and the Shakers.
This free outdoor event located in the museum’s lakeside sculpture garden is a family and pet-friendly festival that celebrates community, gathering for the arts, food, and local artists.
With over 5,000 attendees in 2020, we anticipate continued growth in 2022, with even more people and their pets eager to enjoy the arts. Indie-Folkfest 2022 will showcase four musical guests:
Beemo, Beth McKee & Swamp Sistas, Shine and The Shakers, Oak Hill Drifters, and Dale Brandy and the Blue Cans
Black Bee Honey by Paramore Kids
Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream
Catered by Pizza Bruno
The Thirsty Topher
Rob’s Concessions Kettle Corn and Lemonade
La Femme du Fromage
Carla Poma Jewelry
John Baker Photography
Tony Garan Outsider Art
Lure Paper Goods
Commissioner Patty Sheehan Art
SenJa’s Art Designs
Lady Lion Creations
And many more to be announced!
The Mennello Museum of American Art was established in November 1998 to preserve, exhibit and interpret the permanent collection of Earl Cunningham paintings. The museum also offers special exhibitions, publications and programs celebrating traditional and contemporary American artists.
Owned and operated by the City of Orlando, the museum is housed in what was once the private home of Howard Phillips, son of local philanthropist Dr. Philip Phillips. It uses its multiple gallery spaces and four intimate rooms to showcase changing exhibitions featuring American art of all genres and time periods, including original and traveling shows.