LEAF announces spring lineup with India.Arie, Shovels & Rope, Trevor Hall and more

Press release from LEAF Community Arts:

LEAF Community Arts is thrilled to announce its dynamic lineup of performing artists for the Spring 2019 LEAF Festival, taking place Thursday, May 9th to Sunday, May 12th near Asheville at the majestic Lake Eden in Black Mountain, NC. Experience 400+ performing artists representing 9 different countries, 5 family adventure villages, 80+ craft & culinary vendors, 50+ healing arts, music and earth skills workshops, and a global community steeped in tradition. As LEAF approaches a new phase in its legacy with the creation of a year round Global Arts Center, we welcome one and all to gather and celebrate this new inspiring chapter in our journey together. Bring your hopes, your dreams, your families, and an open heart for a world culture celebration you will never forget. Kids under 10 FREE!

Discount tickets available at theLEAF.org/tickets.


Shovels& Rope, India.Arie, Trevor Hall
(Plus, a 2nd Intimate Songversations Performance )
Larkin Poe, Black Violin, The War and Treaty
Molly Tuttle, The East Pointers, Dirtwire
Gina Chavez, Delvon Lamarr OrganTrio, JonStickley Trio
Sweet Crude,Sean Ardoin, Victory Boyd
Sammy Miller & The Congregation, Jarlath Henderson, Kobo Town
The Screaming J’s, Yaima, Poranguí, Abraham Jam, Jane Kramer
DJ Bowie, BoogiTherapi, Bubba Love, The Golden Trumpets, Natadas
The Campfire Reverends, Grandfather Mazatzin, Grandmother SangoMa
Unifire Theater, Illuminera, Ka Amorastreya, Imagine Circus, Ray Harperspective
Free Raisins, Lift Ticket, Ethan Hummel, Alexandra Deis-Lauby, Bob Isaacs, Jesse Edgerton
LEAF International ONEmic & Guatemala, Southern Fried Poetry Slam
6thAnnual Newsong Singer-Songwriter Competition &many more…

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