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2022 Susquehanna Folk Festival Tanner Bingaman

About This Event:

Tanner’s original “folkmush” and arrangements of traditional mountain tunes on guitar, banjo and harmonica earned him top honors in our 2021 Emerging Artist Showcase.

Tanner Bingaman

Tanner’s original “folkmush” and arrangements of traditional mountain tunes on guitar, banjo and harmonica earned him top honors in our 2021 Emerging Artist Showcase.

Tanner performs solo, as various vagabond projects, and with the progressive punkgrass band Seldom Said No, which recently won the 2022 Central PA Music Hall of Fame Award for Best Bluegrass band. His extensive catalog includes his latest releases Elias / Hunter (instrumental EP, 2021), as well as Seldom Said No's self-titled album (2021).

He has made ends meet as a vegetable farmer, rock climbing enthusiast, river guide, and all the while has managed to continue playing shows to the outcasts of dank bar rooms, living room concert-goers and festival attendees alike. He prefers barefoot walking and once saved the family dog from a rattlesnake.

Tanner Bingaman
Tanner Bingaman
Tanner Bingaman

A Folk Festival Event!

Included with admission to our 2022 Susquehanna Folk Festival August 12-14 at the York Expo Center.

Where & When:

Tanner Bingaman in concert

New Roots Stage on Saturday
11:00 am - 12 pm

Tanner Bingaman in concert

New Roots Stage on Saturday
1:40 pm - 2:40 pm

COVID precautions

COVID policy for the festival will be determined in early August. While we all hope that summer brings an end to COVID protocols, SFMS is committed to creating a festival that is as safe as possible for visitors, volunteers and artists. Advance ticket purchasers will be notified of policy updates, and the policy will be posted here.