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Homer, AK – Salmonfest announces 2021 headliners including Greensky Bluegrass, Four-Time Grammy Award winner Sarah Jarosz, festival favorites The High Hawks, Paumyua, Vella, and Bay Area Powerhouse Con Brio. This will be the festival’s 10th-anniversary celebration. Three days of fish, fun, and music August 6th, 7th & 8th at the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik.

Tickets, on-site camping, and the full lineup are available now at www.salmonfestalaska.org. Five stages, 65 bands, 100+ vendors, and a daily children’s program. Can’t make it the whole weekend? Single and two-day passes are also available on the Salmonfest website as well as VIP packages.

Other national touring acts performing this year include The National Parks, The Burroughs, LowDown Brass Band, Lindsay Lou, Carsie Blanton, Megan Hamilton, and Defunk. Alaska-based bands are well represented as well including Blackwater Railroad Co., I Sing. You Dance., Hope Social Club, Super, and the Saturated Sugar Strings.

Salmonfest 2021 is on August 6th, 7th, and 8th! Limited Capacity So Get Tickets Now!

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Once a Russian settlement dating back to the early 1800’s, Ninilchik currently stands as a must-visit Alaska destination featuring stunning scenery and ample outdoor activities. Outdoor enthusiasts will love locations like Ninilchik State Recreation Area and Deep Creek State Recreation Area, which offer opportunities for sightseeing, claiming, hiking, and more. Visitors should stop by the town’s famous Russian Orthodox Church that’s more than two centuries old, and the town’s most distinctive building.

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Right in the heart of the peninsula sits the historic, charming and picturesque village of Ninilchik. Home of the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds and the popular Kenai Peninsula Fair, Ninilchik has, for several years, hosted one of Alaska’s most dynamic weekends.

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