City Offers Tips on Avoiding Traffic During National Folk Festival

"GREENSBORO, NC (September 3, 2015) – Are you attending the National Folk Festival downtown Greensboro September 11-13? Want to park downtown, hop a free shuttle to the festivities or bike into the city? Visit to learn more about those options and more. The Web page also has links to the downtown street closure schedule and traffic flow diagram, as well as a full festival map.

Approximately 300 artists—musicians, dancers, puppeteers, storytellers, and craftspeople—will appear during the National Folk Festival, with at least 30 different individuals and groups performing on seven outdoor performance venues throughout downtown Greensboro. The three-day festival is free to the public.

Visit the National Folk Festival’s official website for updates and information on all performers."

- A Press Release

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