Newport Folk Festival announces dates for 2023
This summer, the legendary Newport Folk Festival will return to Fort Adams State Park in Rhode Island. The most storied festival in America will return for its 64th Anniversary where it will continue to hold space for the once in a lifetime performances that only Newport’s unique alchemy of intimacy and artistic community can bring. Fans and artists alike return each year to this hallowed ground to experience the joy of this American institution’s long running tradition of diversity, discovery and artistic virtuosity. This year’s event will take place July 28-30.
General on-sale begins Wednesday, February 1 at 1PM EST via DICE. Full pricing listed below. Children under 10 are free with a maximum of 2 children attending per ticketed adult. Children 10 and over will need to purchase a full priced admission ticket. For more information go to https://newportfolk.org/tickets/
3-Day General Admission Pass: $270.89 (includes fees)
2-Day General Admission Pass: $214.24 (includes fees)
Single Day Ticket: $111.24 (includes fees)
3-Day Parking: $69.01 (includes fees)
Single Day Parking: $25.75
Newport Folk Festival encourages fans not to purchase tickets you see on the secondary market, or from any individual or corporate resellers claiming to have tickets before they have officially gone on sale to the public. Those speculative listings are not real tickets that the seller actually owns. Only purchase from official Newport Folk sources during the official on sale or waitlist. All Newport Folk tickets are mobile from our ticketing partner DICE.
The Newport Folk Festival is produced by The Newport Festivals Foundation (NFF), a non-profit organization. Thanks to the support of Newport Folk and Jazz fans and donors, NFF continues to support music programs in our own backyard of Newport, Rhode Island and all across America. Since 2018, the Artist Gives initiative has provided over 100 grants to music education programs in over 30 states, including instruments for public schools, funding for music instruction workshops for Veterans, Girls Rock Summer camps, after school music lessons for children with learning disabilities, and more.
In addition to its year-round work, and in response to the pandemic, the foundation established the Newport Festivals Musician Relief Fund (MRF) to provide financial relief to musicians in our Folk & Jazz communities experiencing a loss of income as a result of COVID-19. Resources from NFF and donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations have allowed the MRF to help over 500 musicians since April 1, 2020. To learn more about NFF’s programs and work, visit newportfestivals.org.