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FUV Live at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival

by Sarah Wardrop
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Laura Fedele

The Summer of FUV continues with the Newport Folk Festival this weekend. Tickets sold out faster than ever this year, so Team FUV and NPR Music are making sure you can enjoy the festival even if you aren't in the crowd.

Starting this Friday afternoon, FUV's Rita Houston and Alisa Ali join NPR Music's Bob Boilen and Ann Powers to host a three-day live broadcast from Fort Adams State Park. You can listen at 90.7FM or online, and we'll bring you the full NPR Music video webcast at wfuv.org too.

Check out the current (i.e. subject to change) broadcast line-up below. And if you are headed to Newport this weekend, stop by the FUV and NPR Music tents and say hi!


Friday, July 26th from 2:30-8pm

  • Kingsley Flood, 2:30pm
  • The Milk Carton Kids, 3pm
  • JD McPherson, 3:30pm
  • Blake Mills, 4pm
  • Hey Marseilles, 4:50pm
  • Phosphorescent, 5pm
  • John McCauley, 6pm
  • Old Crow Medicine Show, 6:30pm

Saturday, July 27th from Noon-8pm

  • Hurray For The Riff Raff, Noon
  • Rayland Baxter, 12:30pm
  • The Lone Bellow, 1pm
  • Houndmouth, 2pm
  • Shovels & Rope, 2:30pm
  • Jim James, 3:30pm
  • Father John Misty, 4:30pm
  • Trombone Shorty, 5pm
  • Colin Meloy, 5:30pm
  • The Avett Brothers, 6:15pm

Sunday, July 28th from Noon-8pm

  • Cold Specks, Noon
  • Tift Merritt, 12:30pm
  • Spirit Family Reunion, 1:10pm
  • Black Prairie, 1:35pm
  • Ramblin' Jack Elliott, 2pm
  • Lord Huron, 2:30pm
  • Bombino, 3pm
  • Michael Kiwanuka, 4pm
  • Beth Orton, 4:20pm
  • The Lumineers, 4:45pm
  • Andrew Bird, 5:50pm
  • Beck, 6:15pm


Funding for WFUV's ongoing coverage of live concerts and festivals comes from The Agnes Varis Trust, supporting affordable access to the arts, education and healthcare.

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