Awards and accolades have been steady rolling in for guitarist and vocalist Molly Tuttle. Her 2017 win for Guitar Player of the Year from the International Bluegrass Association (IBMA) was history-making, as the first woman to ever be nominated for the honor. Molly also took home the Folk Alliance International’s award for Song of the Year with, “You Didn’t Call My Name” in 2018. Equally talented as a vocalist and guitarist, Molly Tuttle is among the new generation of bluegrass and Americana musicians keeping traditions alive and moving the music forward.
Evening show tickets are $12. Doors open for evening shows at 6 p.m. with local musicians opening the concert at 7 p.m. Buy your TICKETS here.
All Feature Concerts at the Ozark Folk Center State Park include a matinee set from 2 - 3 p.m. at the Outdoor Music Pavilion in the Craft Village and an evening performance in the Ozark Folk Center Auditorium from 7 - 9 p.m. The Craft Village features more than 21 artisans who you can meet, see them demonstrate their craft, and buy their unique creations.
Tickets to the matinee shows are $12 and include admission to the Craft Village. Combo tickets are $19.50 and include general admission seats to the matinee and evening shows, plus an all-day pass to the Craft Village at the Ozark Folk Center State Park.