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Folk Lines – September 2022

Jeremy Dutcher Polaris Prize and Juno Award winner Jeremy Dutcher is a classically trained Canadian Indigenous tenor, composer, musicologist, performer, and activist. Friday, October 28: Tickets are $55 ($27.50 for those 25 years and

Sep 26, 2022 / by Folk Harbour / No Comments

William Prince – Nov. 4, 2022

William Prince was a huge hit when he played Weekends at the Opera house last fall; therefore, it is with deep delight that we bring him back again. William Prince approaches

Sep 07, 2022 / by Folk Harbour / No Comments

Serena Ryder – Nov. 30, 2022

Serena Ryder hardly needs any introduction to music fans. The Canadian singer-songwriter is a multiple Juno award winner, has an extensive discography dating back to 1999, and Top 10 singles such

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Owen Lee – Nov 26, 2022

Owen Lee is assembling a band to help us celebrate Christmas in style! Owen is a musician, songwriter, vocal arranger, and producer from Toronto, ON, who now calls Nova Scotia home.

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Grace Petrie – Nov. 12, 2022

Grace Petrie is a songwriter, activist and performer from Leicester, UK. In 2010, Grace exploded onto the folk music scene with an appearance at the Glastonbury festival, where she appeared at

Aug 22, 2022 / by Folk Harbour / No Comments

AHI – Nov. 11, 2022

AHI (pronounced “eye”) is a singer-songwriter from Ontario. He released his debut recording, We Made it Through the Wreckage, in 2016; one year later, he won the Canadian Songwriting Competition in the

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Sierra Noble – Nov. 5, 2022

Sierra Noble is a Winnipeg-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. Sierra released their first album of traditional Métis fiddle music as a teenager, followed by Possibilities (2008) and City of Ghosts (2016). Sierra’s recent single, “Let

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Kaia Kater – Oct. 29, 2022

Kaia Kater draws on her diverse influences in Quebec, the Caribbean, and Appalachia, bringing them together to present an exciting musical direction. She is known for her prowess as a songwriter

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Jeremy Dutcher – Oct. 28, 2022

Polaris Prize winner Jeremy Dutcher is a member of the Tobique First Nation in North-West New Brunswick. Jeremy recorded Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa following a research project on archival recordings of traditional Maliseet songs at the

Aug 22, 2022 / by Folk Harbour / No Comments

ECHOES + Terry Uyarak – Oct. 15, 2022

CANCELLED – ECHOES is made up of former members of The Jerry Cans, a group that astounded Folk Harbour Festival audiences in 2019. In this new configuration, ECHOES continues to bring

Aug 22, 2022 / by Folk Harbour / No Comments