The 2023 Tumbleweed Festival: September 1-3, 2023.

Planning is already underway. The chosen theme for 2023 is "GOOD TIMES."

With the 2023 theme chosen, entries now can be submitted for the 2023 Logo Contest (Due by Feb 25, 2023!,) the 2023 Jane Titland Memorial Songwriting Contest, and even for a performance slot at the live or virtual 2023 Festival in September. For any of these, see links on the Tumbleweed Fest Website RIGHT HERE!



The 2022 Festival! The live festival happened September 2-4, 2022. The virtual festival still is available for your viewing pleasure.


TMF22-Logo by Y.M. Cho
TMF-22 Logo by Ms. Y. M. Cho

Planning committee discussions around the theme all focused on the joy we would have by being able to convene the Tumbleweed family live in Howard Amon park again. Our chosen theme of “Dear Friends” was considered by one and all to perfectly encapsulate this joy, and we give our great thanks to Anne Schur for suggesting it!



Our 2022 Festival offered both a live component of performances in the park and a virtual component of pre-recorded performances available only online.

The Live Festival had a definite schedule available as a pdf HERE.

The Virtual Festival "events" can be viewed at your convenience, in any order, HERE (Scroll down to see list of performers. When you have finished viewing any one, close their window via "x" in upper right. This will return you to list of preformers.)

Enjoy!

And still available: The 2020 and 2021 Tumbleweed Virtual Festivals !
We offer videos of full stage performances and of individual performances. Each day we add a new video at 6 AM. Check THIS LINK to view it, or to select others.



The 2021 Festival was the 25th annual Tumbleweed - and we chose the theme "Silver Linings." As always, the theme is the point of inspiration for the Jane Titland Memorial Songwriting Contest, and serves as the unifying element for the Sunday "Theme" Concert.

For 2021 we made the decision to be almost entirely virtual once again, although we did host a free LIVE concert in Richland’s Howard Amon Park on Saturday, August 21st. That concert featured the three Tumbleweed Festival headline acts, and was recorded live to be offered online as the traditional Saturday Night concert for the 2021 virtual festival.





Presented by Three Rivers Folklife Society
Co-sponsored by The City of Richland



Special thanks to our website host
One World Telecommunications



New to Tumbleweed?

Micki Perry has compiled a
Short History of the First Twenty Years of Tumbleweed,
Available here in either PDF or Plain Text. versions.