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August 24, 25, 26 2007

Smoking and Campfires are currently banned on the festival grounds and everywhere in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park by order of the Governor of Michigan. There is an extreme fire danger due to the ongoing draught. A forest fire has already broken out this week in a remote area of the park. You may smoke in your car during the festival but not anywhere on festival grounds. - 23 August 2007 

Sponsors

The Porcupine Mountains Music Festival is a not-for-profit project made possible in part by sponsorships. If you would like to be a festival sponsor for 2007, please contact festival@porkiesfestival.org.

Friends of the Porkies

The Friends of the Porkies is the non-profit organization which is putting on this festival. The Friends of the Porkies represents the interests of the users of the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. The Friends Of The Porkies seeks to provide a platform for ideas to improve the park, and to help it provide the best year-round recreational opportunities for all. The Friends work to employ all available resources to accomplish these goals.

Western U.P. Convention and Visitor Bureau

The Western U.P. CVB coordinates lodging requests for the festival and has contributed significant promotional support to the festival. Call 800-522-5657 or 906-932-4850 to find a room or cottage during the festival.

Arts Midwest and National Endowment for the Arts

Several of our musicians will be presenting educational sessions during the festival thanks to a grant from Arts Midwest.

Arts Midwest and National Endowment for the Arts

Copper Country Community Arts Council and Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs

This festival is made possible in part by a minigrant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs administered through the Copper Country Community Arts Council.

Michigan Department of Natural Resources

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources administers the beautiful Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in which the festival will take place.

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