Northern Michigan Events: The Blissfest Music Organization is pleased to announce the winners of the 31st Annual Blissfest Music Festival Logo Contest. Many wonderful submissions were received from all over Northern Michigan and made for a difficult decision process. 
First Place: Grace Scott, Petoskey, MI
Runner Up: Reece Sivek, Student, TBA Career-Tech Center. Traverse City
Runner Up: Lauren Manker, Petoskey, MI
Runner Up: Andrea Dryden, Student, Petoskey High School
Runner Up: Haley Givens, Student, Charlevoix High School
Runner Up: Dylan Valade
 The first place winner will have their design printed on merchandise and promotional materials. They will also receive $250, a 2011 Blissfest T-Shirt with their design and a Weekend ticket to the Festival. Runners up receive a Weekend ticket to the Festival. The runner up design by Reece Sivek will be used for a Volunteer Appreciation sticker.

Here’s What’s Happening at the 2011 Blissfest Music Festival in Harbor Springs:

The 31st Annual Blissfest Music Festival will be a celebration of music, culture, art and community featuring a world of diverse and innovative folk and roots music and dance at the Festival Farm in picturesque rural Northern Michigan. It is truly a blissful musical weekend to be shared with families, friends and music-lovers of all ages. The annual event is a showcase of the many musical styles that define American roots and world music. Bluegrass, Blues, Cajun, Celtic, Folk, Jazz, Latin, Ethnic, World music and dance all share the stage. Innovators of these roots styles are also on the scene. There is something for everyone.

The Blissfest Festival Farm location is near Cross Village, Michigan north of Harbor Springs.Join us in our annual gathering to share in the joy of summer. The Institute of Modern Blissfest Studies (IMBS) reports that music and dancing will enhance the quality of your life. You really have to experience Blissfest to believe it! Bring the whole family, come for a day or spend the entire weekend. Rustic camping is available for the weekend with a Weekend Pass. There are 3 stages, 4 workshop areas, organized children’s activities a variety of food concessions and a juried arts and crafts show.

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