SFF Organization

A Year-Round Cultural-Arts Organization

Sisters Folk Festival, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 1995 to bring the finest in acoustic music to the charming town of Sisters, Oregon. Over time, it has developed into a year-round cultural-arts organization that supports local schools with extensive community engagement.

Beyond the three-day Festival, SFF Inc. is responsible for the wildly successful educational outreach program, the Americana Project, the exciting community-themed arts fundraiser, My Own Two Hands, the intimate Americana Song Academy, a superb Winter Concert Series and the overarching annual membership opportunity, the Sisters Folk Arts Circle.

Sisters Folk Festival leaves $1.2 million dollars in the local economy!

SFF, with support from The Ford Family Foundation and the Deschutes County Commissioners, commissioned Dean Runyan Associates to assess the economic impact of our September festival on the local economy.  The results are astounding and the benefits to our small, rural community are significant.

View Economic Impact Report

About the SFF Staff and Board

Sisters Folk Festival has a very dedicated group of individuals who work year-round on programming for music and arts education in the schools and the yearly festival.

View our Board Members and Staff