The Lunenburg Folk Harbour Society has programmed a stellar lineup for our spring series, with something for every taste…singer-songwriter, alt-folk, blues, Celtic and more!

All concerts take place at 7:30 pm at the Lunenburg Opera House, 290 Lincoln St., Lunenburg.

Ticket prices range from $15 to $45. Ticket information for the entire series can be found here.

Online: ($1 surcharge)
Phone: TicketPro | 1-888-311-9090
Folk Harbour | (902) 634-3180

Doors Open at 6:45pm
Concerts Start at 7:30pm

Ticket prices include taxes and service fees.
All ticket sales are final.

Joel Plaskett – Mar. 24 SOLD OUT

We kick off the spring series with a weekend full of Nova Scotian musicians! SOLD OUT From rocking Halifax’s Marquee Club to performing for the masses at Massey Hall or

Songwriters’ Circle – Mar. 25

Saturday, March 25: Songwriters’ Circle with Terra Spencer, The Gilberts, and Braden Lam. Funeral director-turned-songwriter Terra Spencer is wasting no time in winning over audiences everywhere she performs. She has already crafted

Pillow Fite – Apr. 14

Pillow Fite is an alt-folk group from Halifax consisting of Art Ross (they/them) and Aaron Green (he/him). Their vastly different musical approaches complement each other to produce sweet yet biting songs

The Small Glories – Apr. 15

Roots powerhouse duo, The Small Glories, is made up of Cara Luft and JD Edwards, a musical tour-de-force partnership planted on the Canadian Prairies. With a stage banter striking a unique

Charlie A’Court, Lloyd Spiegel and Suzie Vinnick – Apr. 28

Canadians Suzie Vinnick and Charlie A’Court join forces with Australian Lloyd Spiegel to bring their “International Roots ‘n’ Blues Kitchen Party” to the stage. Having commanded festival and theatre stages across the globe as solo artists,

The Ennis Sisters – Apr. 29

For over 25 years, The Ennis Sisters have been connecting to audiences across the world. From arts centres in their home province of Newfoundland and Labrador to performing for International leaders and

Rum Ragged – May 12

Rum Ragged takes a bold approach to the distinct folk music of their home in Newfoundland. Boasting bouzouki, fiddle, bodhran, banjo, guitar, and button accordion, these new champions of East Coast

Jah’Mila – May 13

Wrapped in the roots of reggae, Jah’Mila has been the beacon for the genre in Atlantic Canada. Her sound captures the electrifying energy of authentic roots reggae music, interlaced with soul, jazz,

Rawlins Cross – May 14

Since forming in the late 1980s, Rawlins Cross has been fusing Celtic traditional music with rock, pop and worldbeat music. With 11 commercial recordings, including the gold-selling Reel ‘n’ Roll (1993), the band has

We acknowledge the support of Music Nova Scotia in helping us bring our province’s musicians to our stage.