The 1st Annual Northern Appalachian Folk Festival
will be held in downtown Indiana, PA on September 6th and 7th, 2013.
It will feature the work of artists, craftspeople, and musical performers, including films, workshops, art exhibitions, excursions, and theater performances at numerous venues throughout the downtown area.
The Northern Appalachian Folk Festival is dedicated to preserving the past, promoting the present, and securing the future of folk music, art, and other forms of cultural expression of the Northern Appalachian region.
This website contains all the information you need, or check out our NAFF Brochure.
Indiana, Pennsylvania is a gateway to the Northern Appalachian region:
- North: Artisan rich Smicksburg, Famed Punxsutawney PA, Historical marker on Route 119 in Home, PA, the childhood home of Edward Abbey, environmental novelist and activist
- Northeast: Pennsylvania Wilds consisting of over 2 million acres dedicated to hiking, bird-watching, and the largest elk herd in the Eastern United State
- South: Blairsville Underground Railroad, Ohiopyle white water rafting, Falling Waters by Frank Lloyd Wright
- Southeast: Art Works & Bottle Works in Johnstown, PA , Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum
- West: Eastern Ohio Attractions