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Children’s Village Bluegrass Workshop!!

Bluegrass workshop in Children’s Village on Saturday afternoon

Showcase Alaska Stage Schedule Here!


We are proud to announce the Showcase Alaska Stage schedule for the weekend.  All Alaskan musicians will be performing on the stage. Come grab a bite to eat from our amazing variety of food vendors and listen to some of the musicians who make Alaska Great!

Alaska Teacher Ticket Give Away

Hey Alaska Teachers! We’ve teamed up with KNBA 90.3 FM to give away free tickets to teachers for GAMF!

Official Rules:  We are giving away 5 pairs of tickets, exclusively for Alaska teachers . The tickets are for Saturday, May 26th. The winners will be contacted on May 22nd. Click on the link below to fill out a form that will enter into you into the giveaway.

THANK YOU Teachers of Alaska & Good Luck!


Taking Place Throughout the Weekend



The Great Alaska Music Festival is proud to provide free admission to children 12 and under who are accompanied by apaying adult. To ensure they have an incredible experience, we’ve partnered with a number of entities to create “The Children’s Village” located directly adjacent to the Borealis Stage. Activities will include:

  • Children’s Yoga
  • Sidewalk Painting
  • Music Workshops
  • Bellydancing Performance / Workshop
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Live Sets of Music by Main Stage Borealis Performers
  • Alaska Aerial Arts Workshop
  • Games
  • Bouncy Castle, Sumo Suits, Climbing Wall, etc. – provided by Tons of Fun Entertainment



AKIMI will be hosting the “Showcase Alaska Stage” located just outside the entrance of the Borealis Theater, featuring performances by Alaskan musicians throughout the weekend.

An independent project of the Northern Culture Exchange, (a 501c3 nonprofit), AKIMI is a diverse group of musicians and partners from around the state of Alaska working together to increase the stakes for Alaskan musicians. The organization envisions a future where Alaska is an international hub of northern music, arts, and culture..and is taking action to develop the Alaskan music industry, and put Alaska on the map as “a place where music comes from”.



High flying kite exhibitions overhead at all hours of the festival.




Based in Palmer, AK, Midnight Sun Yoga will be conducting yoga classes each morning, and in the Children’s Village

. The well-known, Anchorage based dancing troupe will be performing throughout the weekend


Gaia Tribal is an Alaskan troupe formed in 2007 that performs a unique style of belly dance called Tribal Group Improv. The origins of this style come from American Tribal Style which was originated on the West coast by Carolena Nericcio, of Fat Chance Belly Dance and Collective Soul originated by Paulette Reese -Dennis of Gypsy Caravan in Portland. In this style of group improvisational choreography one dancer leads a series of cued dance movements while her fellow dancers follow. The lead dancer changes throughout the performance, creating the look of choreography. This style of dance incorporates traditional Middle Eastern dance with dance from other cultures and other barefoot dance forms from around the world while utilizing the idea of group improvisational choreography. This fusion of dance is displayed by the diverse and colorful costuming they wear. This creates an incredibly dynamic performance that can never be duplicated. Gaia believes deeply in the tribal philosophy which is founded on the strength of women and that dance is community based and interpretive within a set series of movements.

Alaska Aerial Arts

Aerial Acrobatics is an art form in which a person performs while suspended in the air.

Kage Free has performed in a circus troop in Curaçao for New Years celebration,  performances at Burning Man Festival, Salmon Stock,  Trapper Creek, Granite Creek Pickers Retreat.

Look for Kage around the festival over the weekend!

CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD has be added to the lineup!

We are very glad to announce that the Chris Robinson Brotherhood will be performing both days of the Great Alaska Music Festival. Chris and bandmates, Neal Casal (Guitar), Tony Leone (Drums), Adam MacDougall (Keyboards), and Jeff Hill (Bass) are on tour in support of their latest album ‘Barefoot In The Head.’ In the middle of one of their most prolific periods to date, CRB is riding a creative wave and are proving themselves among the most prolific rock and roll bands of their time.


Early Bird Festival Passes are sold out.

ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL is added to the line-up

Austin’s Nine Time GRAMMY Award winning All-star Eight Piece band has released more than 25 albums. Western Swing, Americana, Honky-Tonk, Rockabilly – lots of FUN!