OUR 42nd YEAR OF
MUSIC AND FUN
Now at University of Kentucky's 4-H Center
in Jabez, Kentucky
Six top-notch, professional mountain
and hammered dulcimer acts are
presented each evening, and with
20-minute sets to strut their stuff, each
artist  or group has time to
connect with the people out front.
Since 1976 dulcimer players from  all over
America have gathered
in Kentucky to
make music and have a wonderful time
with old friends and
great musicians.

The Great American Dulcimer
Convention has become an annual  
showcase of old, new, traditional, and
cutting edge music for lap and
hammered dulcimers.  Many
audience members return every
year, so it’s like a family reunion for
dulcifolk, as well!
FRIDAY NIGHT AND
SATURDAY NIGHT
CONCERTS
SATURDAY ACTIVITIES
September 28 & 29, 2018
Every performer seen in concert will be
working with students on            
Saturday.  Beginners, even those who
have never seen a dulcimer, can learn  
techniques and tunes in Saturday  
morning classes, while advanced  
players can take advantage of
instruction from some of the foremost
dulcimer players in America.


In addition to instructional
workshops and a Grand Jam, Saturday
afternoon’s In addition to instructional
workshops and a Grand Jam, Saturday
afternoon’s special activities can
include informal
performances, folk dancing, story
telling, and open stage activities
and open stage opportunities.
                   
WEB SITE DESIGN BY JOSEPH SORAH
jsorahdesign.com        contact: joe@jsorahdesign.com or by phone: 423-943-8416
After 41 years the GADC is changing locations.
Keep watching these pages to learn more about
our new venue and who’ll be entertaining and
teaching this September!
EVERYONE
WELCOME
DULCIMER
PLAYERS,
LONG-SUFFERING
SPOUSES,
MUSIC
STUDENTS,
GRANDFOLKS
& GRANDKIDS,
CURIOSITY
SEEKERS,
AND
PEOPLE WHO
JUST
CAN’T STAY
AWAY FROM
JABE
Z!


ON SITE LODGING
& MEALS AND, IF
YOU’RE UP TO
THE CHALLENGE
OF A
PRECIPITOUS,
ONE-MILE HIKE,
A VIEW OF
BEAUTIFUL LAKE
CUMBERLAND!
CLICK HERE for your registration form.
For Reservations Contact Anne MacFee at dulcimercon1@yahoo.com