Music Festivals

Music Festivals of all Genres
Jazz, Polka, Country, Latino, Folk, Blues…Experience it all in Dubois County

Music lovers be prepared to make some trips to the rolling hills of southern Indiana to relax in the small towns that feature BIG musical talent in a wide range of genres. Jazz, Polka, Country, Latino, Folk, Blues, Symphony Orchiestra… Experience it all and more in Dubois County.

Dubois County is typically known for its strong German heritage, as the wood capital of the world or being known for its nationally headquartered corporations, including Jasper Engines & Transmissions, Kimball International, Best Home Furnishings, and OFS. What most don’t know, is Dubois County hosts music festivals featuring a wide variety of genres throughout spring, summer and fall, inviting music lovers to experience the many forms of live musical entertainment.



Enjoy Market Street Park for the music event series, “Fourth Fridays,” appropriately named with being right off of Huntingburg’s historic Fourth Street and taking place the fourth Fridays of the months of May, June, July, and August. Check back in for musicians in 2024.
Don’t miss chart topping artist Drew Baldridge perform his top 10 song, “She’s Somebody’s Daughter” on Friday, August 23 at Market Street Park.


In the first weekend in August, accordion notes can be heard as the polka band gets in full swing for the largest attended festival in the county – the Jasper Strassenfest – with the four-day street festival taking place August 1-4, 2024 .

Brats, lederhosen, polka music and parades–just some of what you will experience at the annual Jasper Strassenfest. Known as one of Indiana’s finest festivals and recently featured on the front cover of the Indiana Festival Guide, the Jasper Strassenfest is a family-friendly street festival celebrating the area’s rich German heritage.

Features include Parades, an open-air Biergarten (beer garden), Polka Masses, Arts Festival, carnival rides, hot air balloon race, bed race, Autolauf scavenger hunt, a variety of musical entertainment and performances and dozens of unique events for youngsters and those young at heart.

Bring your appetite for the variety of food vendors! This annual, well-known German festival celebrates Jasper’s German heritage and is known for its great food and lively atmosphere. For more information, visit

Days Until The Strassenfest








Red, White and Brauen (RWB) Music Festival

RWB Music Festival

“The music groups that we bring are renowned worldwide, and especially from certain parts of Central America. Though the festival is a celebration of Latino culture, it truly is open to anyone, says Menjivar.

Eber Menjivar, ALASI President

LATINO Festival

Switching genres once again, salsa on over to the Latino Culture Festival at in Huntingburg, IN.  This festival takes place over Labor Day weekend, August 30-31, 2024 in Market Street Park.

Event Highlights: The event is not only about coming together to celebrate Central American culture, but to share it with the entire community, says ALASI President Eber Menjivar. Festival-goers can enjoy a wide variety of options – papusas, tamales, tacos, and more – while listening to traditional Latino music played by notable bands.

Friday, August 30:  4pm to 11pm 
Saturday, August 31: 11am to 11pm

More information about ALASI and the Latino Culture Fest can be found at:


Ferdinand Folk Festival

Nestled among the rolling hills and fields of southern Indiana, bring the kiddos to enjoy the Ferdinand Folk Festival, a family and environmentally friendly (and FREE) event on the lawn of Ferdinand, Indiana’s 18th Street Park.

The popular event takes place Saturday, September 21, 2024 providing a unique opportunity for people from the region to share a day of live music, art, and environmental/wellness eudcation. Kids can enjoy activities, interactive performances, inflatables and the playground.

For more information visit

Ferdinand Folk Festival in Ferdinand, Indiana.

Haunted Huntingburg Blues Festival

Save the date, October 12, 2024! With the slogan of “Join Us if You Dare,” the Haunted Huntingburg Blues Festival is a frightfully good time featuring four talented blues ensembles, kids activities and inflatables, food trucks, and some liquor in the form of wine and craft beer sampling.

Symphony Orchestra

The Ferdinand Christkindlmarkt is spread in six markt locations throughout the charming “Barvarian-like” village. Held November 16-17, the markt features over 200 lavishly decorated booths spilling over with quality hand-created items, antiques, art, Christmas wares, delicious regional food and wine, live entertainment, a free concert, free tours and so much more.

Talented members of the Evansville Philharmonic Ensemble perform at the “Sounds of the Season” Concert, featuring beautiful, seasonal selections and traditional Christmas carols.  The concert takes place Saturday from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST at the Monastery Immaculate Conception.  As there is no admission, a freewill offering is encouraged.

For more information on the Christmas event visit

Music Venues in Dubois County

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