Frozen Fingers Festival to take place Feb. 9-10
If you’re a fan of bluegrass or good old time music, the Frozen Fingers Organization has a festival for you. They will be hosting their Frozen Fingers Festival for the 24th year, and they plan for it to be a good time.
The festival, which will take place Feb. 9-10 at Minot Sleep Inn, will kick off at 6:30 p.m. with a “Salute to the Memories of the Grand Ole Opry” by Frozen Fingers members. This will be followed by Minot Magic Squares and Magic Tap Cloggers, who will be performing both days. Then at 9 p.m., they invite all to come dance the evening away and they will be giving away door prizes.
On Saturday, Feb. 10, the festival will begin at 10:30 a.m. with an Accordian Workshop and continue from there with new things every hour. Some popular groups from around the area will be performing include DMJ Band, Hey Soul Sister and the Moen Family.
Each day costs $15.
The Frozen Fingers Organization was founded on Feb. 21 in 2007 as a non-profit with the goal of preserving old time and bluegrass music. They have around 152 members with a large portion extremely active in the variety of events and the annual festival. Though Frozen Fingers Organizaiton wasn’t an official non-profit, the annual festival shows the determination and commitment of many to preserving the music.