It’s a very new twist on some old favourites with three much-loved local art events teaming up for one fantastic Thanksgiving weekend! Folkus is thrilled to add music to the mix.
We’re all missing the pleasures of live music in our fabulous town hall, and we’re keen to return to what makes Folkus Concert Series tick. In the meantime, as we head into spring after a year of pandemic-living, we want to share the ways in which some of our team members have been supporting musicians.
Read on to meet some of the women behind Folkus and hear how they are supporting music during this time…
Dear Folkus patrons,
It’s been quite a year. We hope you are as well as can be.
We’ve all been through a lot, and we apologize for having taken so long to provide you with an update on our plans for responding to the two cancelled concerts of the 2020 season. At this time, we’d like to offer you a full refund for the March and April concerts.
We are so disappointed to have lost half our season to COVID-19, but we want to share some delight in the first two concerts of the season. We now have some great photos by our resident photographer Dennis to share from the January and February shows, which were amazing. Good times!
Updated April 14th: We now know that the April show will also be impossible to hold. We hope everyone is staying well.
Leap Day is coming soon and Folkus ticket holders are in for a treat. This will be a lively evening of singing and storytelling.
We’re so excited that The Good Lovelies will open this season, along with The Space Between on Saturday, January 18th, 2020.
We are excited that our 2020 Season is SOLD OUT! This is a good problem to have, but we also realize it could be disappointing for some folks.
Ticket sales have ended! Thank you to everyone who purchased a season pass for your support.
We are looking forward to welcoming you for our 2020 season.
Have you purchased your Folkus season pass yet? It makes for a great Christmas gift: supporting the arts and shopping local!