VOLUNTEER STAFF OPENINGS STILL AVAILABLE!
We Want YOU!
We’d LOVE to visit with you to see what you have in mind, and what you would enjoy doing; whether it be a board or staff member, or a TKMA and/or Tucson Folk Festival volunteer! Questions: Please contact Diane Perry, TKMA President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be A Part of TKMA as We Are Creating New Opportunities!
FROM THE KITCHEN CORNER:
Your Opportunity To Get Your Questions Answered!
Question: “So, I get the “T ” in TKMA stands for Tucson Folk Festival . . . what’s the “K” stand for?”
Response: KITCHEN! The “K” stands for Kitchen. That’s a question we receive a lot — “What does TKMA stand for or what does it have to do with the Tucson Folk Festival???”
The Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association (TKMA) is the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that puts on the Tucson Folk Festival every year. TKMA literally started from a group of musicians jammin’ in a kitchen on Friday nights. This group has blossomed into what has now become the annual Tucson Folk Festival attracting musicians from across the country! Over 12,000 attend this festival yearly! AND, we are one of the oldest FREE folk music festivals in the country!
GOT A QUESTION? Send me your question and we’ll find you an answer! It’s that simple!
Diane Perry, TKMA President
The Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association (TKMA) began as a group of friends gathering regularly on Friday nights for potlucks and jammin’ in the kitchen. TKMA has grown into an all-volunteer operated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; established in 1986. Our mission is to further public awareness and interest in acoustic music and other folk arts by promoting and producing the annual Tucson Folk Festival; one of the oldest FREE folk music festivals in the country! Address: PO Box 26531, Tucson, AZ 85726
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