Follow Your Bliss Festival
The 6th Annual Follow Your Bliss music festival Friday will be held Friday, June 23 through Sunday, June 25, 2017 in beautiful Helvetia WV. We look forward to having another wild and wonderful weekend, full of great music, local food, arts and craft vendors, and the chance to see old, and to meet new friends. Our Festival is a FREE event, supported by donations from our attendees, volunteers, and vendors. Proceeds collected will go to Kultur Haus Helvetia and Hospice Corp.
Helvetia is a small village in north central West Virginia, originally settled by the Swiss in 1869, where music and community have deep and strong roots. The Hutte Restaurant (Facebook Page) is in the center of town. It, along with the Beekeeper Inn can provide bed and breakfast lodging. The Kultur Haus provides Wi-Fi and houses the General Store, Post Office, and Fasnacht Mask Museum, as well as the Alpen Lodge which features five bedrooms and a full kitchen. (Directions to Helvetia.)
Check the FYBF Facebook page!
Food: Roasted half chicken dinners with slaw, baked beans, chips, and your choice of nonalcholic drink available Friday evening and Saturday noon to evening. Roast your own hot dogs available all weekend. Pulled pork sandwiches. Variety of sodas and water available throughout the site.
*Coffee and biscuit breakfast available on Saturday and Sunday mornings until noon.
Please keep checking the website for more information on participating vendors and musicians, we will provide links here so that you can stay in contact and support them in the future.
If you need more information about the festival, please contact Phil McAvoy (304) 924-9096 or email@example.com
Follow Your Bliss. . . .
Friday. Music on the Main Stage. 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Saturday. Music on the Main Stage. 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sunday. Open Mic on the Main Stage. 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Beer Garden sponsored by Elkins Distributing. (Valid ID Required.)
The Follow Your Bliss Fest honors and memorializes Rogers McAvoy, professor at West Virginia University and long-time resident of Helvetia. Profits benefit Kultur Haus Helvetia, and Hospice Care, Inc. The event is organized by Phil McAvoy, Roger's son.