The Crossjacks

The Crossjacks perform an eclectic variety of the European Folk music that shaped the Appalachian music of today. Their repertoire includes authentic sea shanties, Celtic and Romanian traditional and folk songs, and old-time fiddle tunes, as well as modern festival favorites. First weekend only!

Coal Black Rose

Embracing the spirit of the Traveler; Coal Black Rose performs unique versions of a Olde World musics (13th Century Cantigas, Classical instrumental classics, Olde Timey Folk, Seafaring Shanti and Work Songs). Using a variety of instruments of various folk origins, Coal Black Rose brings the best of all worlds to one stage.

Magnus & Maggie

Magnus & Maggie bring you a musical timescape from their travels in the Scottish Isles (and lives of established musical academia) along with an arsenal of historic instruments and preposterous tales in the tradition of the Jongleurs and Goliards of yore. With a magical combination of melody, song, and studied nonsense, they will captivate you …

Valkyrik

Valkyrik is Sam Nolte and Tegan Elliott. We write original music inspired by all things Norse & Viking, including Valkyries, Valhalla, War, the Old Gods, etc. Our sound is drums and vocals; our show is high-energy and fun, and we hope you enjoy the experience of Valkyrik.

The Langer’s Ball

The Langer’s Ball, the two-piece Irish Folk-punk band, has been writing, touring and performing for over a decade. Playing their own brand of traditional drinking songs and original material, their sound is harder-hitting and bigger than you’d expect it ever could be. With a thumping beat and a flurry of notes and harmonies, you’ll dash …

Patrick O'Flaherty at the West Virginia Renaissance Festival

Patrick O’Flaherty

Raised in Galway’s Gaeltacht on the rugged west coast of Ireland, Patrick is part of a select group of people whose native language is Gaelic. With a professional music career that has spanned over three decades, he is acknowledged as one of the truly fine practitioners of Irish mandolin and harmonica.

Sybling Ryvalrie at the West Virginia Renaissance Festival

Sybling Ryvalrie

A humorous and fast paced romp through Irish and Scottish fiddle tunes played by four siblings ages 10-16! The show features Irish dance, fiddle, mandolin, guitar and bodhran plus vocals and crazy fiddle tricks! Safe for the whole family, but don’t try this at home!