From our family to yours, the Edmonton Folk Music Festival wishes you the Happiest of Holidays this year. Stay warm, safe and healthy.
2021 looked very different for the festival as we cancelled our in person festival for the second year in a row. We were delighted however, to be able to come to 40+ neighbourhoods in Edmonton and surrounding communities with Taking It to the Streets, and it was wonderful to see how you celebrated the Hill at Home while enjoying our online content as well. The support from our audience, volunteers, artists, and community continues to amaze us. We know how much the festival means to you, and we feel the same way.
We are looking forward to what the new year brings as we plan for the 2022 festival. We continue to plan to see you on the hill again from August 4 – 7, and can’t wait to tell you all about it. Full line up will be announced in May, and tickets will go on sale in June. Be sure to keep an eye out for updates and news in the coming months.
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Festival Office Holiday Hours
We will be taking a break over the holidays and won’t be available as the office closes from December 17 – January 4.
Live at the Winspear and JCL Productions present Dan Mangan with guest Georgia Harmer, Sunday, March 6, 2022. Tickets start at $33 plus service charges, available now at The Winspear Centre. Visit www.winspearcentre.com for details.
James Vincent McMorrow – Saturday March 26, 2022.
James Vincent McMorrow is a platinum selling singer-songwriter from Dublin, Ireland. Having signed to Columbia Records, 2020 has seen him release the singles ‘Headlights’, ‘I Should Go’ with Kenny Beats and ‘Gone’. His latest album ‘Grapefruit Season’ was released on July 16, 2021. visit www.winspearcentre.com for tickets and info.