Reporting: Monessa Guilfoil
The Folk School of Chattanooga says:
What in the world is a “Folk Stomp”?
Think of a high-energy dance, stomping your feet to the music, gathering with friends and family in the stomping grounds of St. Elmo, throwing down your boot and exclaiming, “I am here! Let’s PLAY!”
The first ever Folk Stomp will be held at the St. Elmo Fire Hall on July 25, 26, & 27, a hands-on music and arts festival including: kids camp, lunchtime concerts, teen music meet-ups, jam sessions, workshops for the whole family, concerts, dancing, great food, and great beer.
The Folk Stomp is a benefit for the Folk School of Chattanooga.
This three day event will be packed with activities and includes performances by many Chattanooga favorites like Slim Pickins, Moonslew, Lon Eldridge, Matt Evans and Christie Burns, Bob Chuckrow and Ed Huey.
Sponsors include Brown Dog Construction, Lyndhurst Foundation, Velo Roasters, Famous Nater’s, Yin Yang house and Fletcher Bright Company.
Listen to the Story with Folk School of Chattanooga Co-Founder, Christie Burns: