2020 FHO Registration
News Flash: To keep us all safe in this time of Covid-19, we have decided to reimagine Fiddle Hell as an online festival and music camp in 2020. This is an exciting new space for our Fiddle Hell community to be together, until we can once again meet face-to-face. We’re putting together an epic lineup of 35 live concerts, 34 jam sessions, and 160 workshops on Nov. 5-8, 2020, for fiddle, mandolin, cello, guitar, oldtime banjo, and singing. Other instruments are also welcome. Once you are registered, you may attend live sessions when Fiddle Hell Online begins. In addition, session videos will be available online shortly after they happen at the event and for 3 months afterwards for attendees to enjoy. We really look forward to jamming, learning, and having fun with you in November!
Registration for Fiddle Hell Online will be available online starting on August 15, 2020. We'll post sessions and instructors then as well. As always, we offer 10% discounts for Kids (13-17), Young Adults (18-25), and Seniors (65 or over). Additional household members may register at a reduced price. It'll be possible to sign up for just the concerts, or just the Saturday Night Concert only. Please register early to help our planning - if registration is strong we can add even more sessions. Early registration will also help your planning - it'll give you the chance to peruse instructor bios and sessions, plan your own agenda (with the My Agenda feature), test out your connections, ask questions about sessions, see announcements, post to community discussion topics, look through the online exhibitors, and more.
We'll be using the Whova event software, which helps you to browse the agenda, to attend live sessions in Zoom without needing Zoom meeting IDs or passwords, and to replay prior session videos with a single click. Signing up for a free Zoom account and installing the Zoom application on your laptop, tablet, or phone is strongly suggested for the best listening, viewing and participation experience for Fiddle Hell Online. Zoom does not knowingly allow children under 16 to sign up for their own accounts.
Kids (13-17) must be supervised by an adult, who has the responsibility of supervising the kid's safe and non-disruptive participation in and attendance at Fiddle Hell Online activities.