Have you purchased your Folkus season pass yet? It makes for a great Christmas gift: supporting the arts and shopping local!
Sneak Peek! Folkus Series Launches this week
|To start off our season, we’re holding a launch party Thursday, November 7th, 2019 at Equator Coffee Roasters, to celebrate our season and to celebrate our wonderful sound man, Brendan Gawn. |
He never gets to mingle at shows because he’s working too hard. Brendan is an excellent sound person because he listens. He listens well because plays a mean bass. And he’ll be playing bass with the Brindled Cats, along with guitarist Rob McMurray. They may bring a few friends.
Join us for a pint or a coffee and possibly a bite to eat!
Folkus 2020 Launch Party
Thursday, November 7th, 2019
Doors open 7pm; expect to end around 10pm
January may seem a good way off, but we’ve got the 2020 folkus lineup announcement to look forward to! November 1st always brings some wonderful surprises.
All of the lovely small halls in Eastern Ontario have a super lineup this season. We’re thrilled to have The Weather Station in Almonte on September 26th.
As of today’s writing, the 2019 Folkus Concert Series season is officially sold out.
As of the time of writing, all physical tickets from Mill Street Books have SOLD OUT. There are a few tickets remaining online from Eventbrite, as follows:
We’re so excited to share our news with you. Welcome to our 2019 season.
Folkus season’s passes will go on sale Monday, November 12, both here on our website and at Mill Street Books. Season’s passes bought at Mill Street Books come in a beautiful package suitable for gift-giving.
Individual tickets will be available the first week of January. All our regular season shows are held at the Almonte Old Town Hall.
We feel really lucky when we get to help our friends, right?
We got to help out Jim Bryson. He’s coming to town for a special, intimate, show at Equator.
We like to announce our lineup in November. It’s a blah month, and we get excited about sharing our news with you.
We were exploring the idea of North, musically, when we programmed this show. Since then, both performers have travelled elsewhere, but they still offer compelling music and imagery, and we anticipate an exciting evening of music from both Kevin Closs and Flying Hórses.
Sudbury-based singer-songwriter Kevin Closs has followed his musical mentor Ian Tamblyn to Earth’s frigid zones and discovered his muse.