Piedmont one mic acoustic convention

POMAC 2019

MAY 3-5


We are proud to announce our Saturday headliner and banjo workshop facilitator

Paul Brown- 8pm

NPR’s award winning journalist, radio host, traditional musician and piedmont music historian.

Join us before Paul Brown for a 7pm show with Andrew Small & Friends

Due to rain, the show will be in the UMC church sanctuary.

I appreciate how the POMAC festival honors all the styles of music traditionally found in the piedmont region. I love the community of different styles coming together playing through the same One Mic. Oh....and having One Mic just sounds better!
— Tim Litchfield, founding facilator of Piedmont Old Time Society









Songfarmers sing along


shape note singing


POMAC happens rain or shine on the banks of the Deep River in Franklinville, NC.

The cost is free with a donation bucket being passed around.

Directions are easy, type Franklinville, NC into your GPS. When you get to Franklinville, look towards the river and you’ve found us.

Camping is free, bring a lawn chair or a blanket.

Bring your dance shoes as well.

Food will be available and grocery stores and convenience stores are within a five-minute drive.


downtown franklinville, nc