Pete Seeger's music and environmental Clearwater Festival is America's largest and oldest event of its kind. As we celebrate the life of Pete Seeger, this year we're proud to feature several performers who played with him, like Ken-A-Rah-Di-Yoh, who will offer Native American opening and closing blessings on the St. James Stage. Throughout the festival, you'll hear homages to the movement Seeger began, including a showcase of his songs performed on his signature instrument: the banjo. You'll also feel echoes of the many regional festivals (like our own) that were inspired by Clearwater. From the stages of the Grassroots Festival, we'll have performers like Richie Stearns & Rosie Newton, The Sutras, and members of the Campbell Brothers. From the Great Blue Heron stages, we'll be joined by Black Rock Zydeco, Honey Spine, and N'Dias. We hope you'll join us for this weekend of celebration and community—and take a little of the Seeger spirit home with you, too!