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Creative Clay Fest (formerly Folkfest St. Pete) is a celebration of original art and live music. We are excited to announce Creative Clay Fest will be held at 3 Daughters Brewing on Sunday, November 5 from 11a-8p! This amazing music and folk art festival is now in its 11th year. Hosted by Creative Clay, the festival was created to draw good folks to the mission of Creative Clay and to raise funds to support this community-minded arts center for people with disabilities. Come see and/or purchase folk art from folk artists around the southeast and meet the folk artists of Creative Clay. This year Creative Clay will feature not only prominent regional folk artists, but also local artists.

Music Line up start times with links to videos:
11a--Chant the Trees
12:10p--Ella Jet & Future Soul
1:20p--Dean Johanesen & the 24 Hour Men
2:40p--Rebekah Pulley & The Reluctant Prophets
4:40p--Ari & the Alibis
6p--Have Gun Will Travel

Featured Florida Artists:
Missionary Mary Proctor
Katherine Michael
Don Stone
Creative Clay Teaching & Member Artists

Other artists include:
Kelly Love
Gianna Pergamo
Natasha Thompson
Carleen Werme
Sarah Mack
Sherry Brame
Jen Papataros
Sherry Brame
Cristy Hill
April Bates
Joseph Gavish
Jeffrey Keeler
Natalie Appel

Past musical performances have included: Indigo Girls, Dar Williams, Donna The Buffalo, Catie Curtis, Patty Larkin, Martin Sexton, Railroad Earth, The Heavy Pets, Antigone Rising, and the amazing local singer-songwriter scene of the Tampa Area. Artists have included: Missionary Mary Proctor, Roger Allen, Jack Beverland, Don Stone, Ronnie Boudreaux, Paul Flack, Katherine Michael, K.C. Bennett, Tom Luger, Kerry Topjun, Bean Spence, Sandy Hall, Linda Newcomb, Frank Strunk, Marc Levasseur, Catherine Weaver, and the many more. Featured Creative Clay member artists throughout the years included: Dolores the Artist, Marquise R., Chris C., Chris F., Carolyn R., Karen C., Yalanda S., Gina K., Hanna V., Heather V., Sheryl L., Ali V., and Cathy K.

Photos from Folkfest St. Pete from past years. The name is changing, but the heart of the festival remains the same: connecting people through the arts and highlighting the wonderful talents of Creative Clay's Folk Artists alongside Folk Artists from around the southeast.