Tiny Room Shows

Join us as we transform a living room into an intimate concert hall. Tiny Room Shows strives to expand Blissfest Music Organization’s community outreach by bringing top-notch musical acts to our music-loving community for a one-of-a-kind experience, and where connection is key.


Pictured above: Austin-based songwriter Rebbeca Loebe performs at our October Tiny Room Show.  Petoskey News Reviews covers Tiny Room Shows

We are dedicated to providing a comfortable space with a respectful, yet merry, crowd.

We love songwriters who say the things we’re all afraid to say, we love the balladeers and storytellers, we love sing-a-longs, we love shoulder-shaking and foot-tapping, waltzing, and a two-step, too.

Upcoming Shows  

 Thursday, May 18th 


John Craigie 

Humorous Storytelling, Serious Folk form Portland, OR

Get to know Craigie: Woodstock Baby ; I Am California


Check out our Facebook  page for up-to-date information !

Or join the email list via caroline@blissfest.org

Welcome 6:30pm (You may arrive and settle in!)
Music 7pm-9pm

The address will be given upon an RSVP via caroline@blissfest.org


Please RSVP to caroline@blissfest.org to reserve a seat. Please RSVP even if you know where we’re located!

These shows are pay as you will, and all funds going to the artist. We will provide a suggested donation amount. CD’s and merchandise may also be available for purchase.


Past Tiny Room Shows Artists: 

March 2017- Nick Horner & Luke Chohany  w/ Special Guests Robin Lee Berry and Glen Wolff

February 2017- The Blissfest Crew went to Kansas City for the Folk Alliance International Conference to find more musicians for you to meet and hear!

January 2017- An Evening with Songwriters Heather Styka and Rachele Eve

December 2016- Sky & Signal  followed by Songs for Peace and Solstice (A group sing!)

November 2016- Joe Shields aka Cousin Joe Two Shacks

October 2016- Rebecca Loebe

September 2016- Scott Cook

July 2016- Big Dudee Roo


Articles and Media:

MyNorth.com writes about us!




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