As a mentioned, the Basque Country section was more vintage Folklife the way I like it. Cultural performances, lots of Traditional Artisans, and open Kitchen with food demonstrations, interactive activities for children, a dance hall, food and lots of informational placards to educate and make sense of the lay of the land.
I know very little about Basque culture and so I also found it particularly enlightening. One thing I did notice--no women! I've never been to a festival where I didn't see any women in the role of artisans. Granted, there were two displays where no one was present, one was a pottery display and other featured a loom, so it's possible there were women, but they were on a break.
A Bola-Jokoa rink.