North Carolina Folk Festival Organizers To Announce Major Sponsorship on Friday, July 27th


North Carolina Folk Festival Organizers To Announce Major Sponsorship on Friday, July 27th

N.C. Folk Festival organizers, including ArtsGreensboro Interim President/CEO and Festival Director Amy Grossmann, Wrangler President Tom Waldron, and Wrangler VP, Ed Villano will make an important announcement on Friday, July 27th at 11am at Wrangler, 400 North Elm Street, in downtown Greensboro.

The event will also feature a performance by a musical group who will appear at the North Carolina
Folk Festival this September 7-9, 2018.

WHAT: N.C. Folk Festival Sponsor Announcement
WHEN: 11 am, Friday, July 27th, 2018
WHERE: Wrangler, Wrangler Brand Room (1st Floor)
400 North Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401

Interview opportunities include Amy Grossmann.

To learn more about the Festival, please visit The North Carolina Folk
Festival will continue to post updates on its Facebook page
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About the North Carolina Folk Festival:
Produced by ArtsGreensboro with help from the City of Greensboro and many other partners, the North Carolina Folk Festival celebrates its first year in 2018, building on the success of the three-year residency of the National Folk Festival (2015-2017). The FREE admission, three-day weekend is North Carolina’s fastest growing cultural event and will be presented in downtown Greensboro September 7, 8, 9, 2018.

About ArtsGreensboro:
As it has been for more than 50 years, ArtsGreensboro is an arts council and catalyst for connecting the community and building recognition and support for the arts. Through its annual community-wide Campaign for the Arts, it supports more than 50 arts organizations, projects, artists and schools annually. In addition, ArtsGreensboro hosts events and manages facilities – from the North Carolina Folk Festival and Sternberger Artists Center (Summit Avenue), to the collaborative 17DAYS Arts Festival, and the innovative Van Dyke Performance Space. Through all these activities, ArtsGreensboro drives the health and vitality of our community by supporting arts education,
celebrating the diversity of Greensboro, and driving economic impact through excellence in arts programming.