Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival kicks off

The lower Michigan band The Johns performs during the 41st annual Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival Friday evening at Tourist Park Campground in Marquette. The festival will feature performances by Old Salt Union, The Lula Wiles and many more. Festival attendees can also shop multiple vendor booths featuring hand made goods and a variety of food booths. The festival will continue until midnight on Saturday and from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday. For more information or to purchase tickets visit hiawathamusic.org. (Journal photo by Amy Grigas)

The lower Michigan band The Johns performs during the 41st annual Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival Friday evening at Tourist Park Campground in Marquette. The festival will feature performances by Old Salt Union, The Lula Wiles and many more. Festival attendees can also shop multiple vendor booths featuring handmade goods and a variety of food booths. The festival will continue until midnight tonight and from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit hiawathamusic.org. (Journal photo by Amy Grigas)