Introducing The Garden: a STRINGS ALBUM and a RETROSPECTIVE from a room in Montreal with the windows open, and the wind moving, and the leaves changing, and a spring-coloured secret on the tip of Basia Bulat’s tongue.Read More
Last updated May 12, 2022 The Winnipeg Folk Festival will no longer require proof of vaccination for audience members to attend the 2022 Festival. This decision was made after carefully considering feedback from our community, the size of the outdoor space, changes in public health orders and to be consistent with industry standards at live…Read More
The Rise, the new EP from The Rural Alberta Advantage, is the first word in a conversation, the first step on a new, unkept trail. It’s the beginning of a new era for the Toronto trio, and the first of three pieces in a year-long puzzle, which will be constructed over three separate releases.Read More
Staying power is the type of power few artists can manage to successfully retain. For Boy & Bear however, their’s is a career that has continued to flourish thanks to a committed approach to their creativity and craft, an ever-evolving sound, and consecutive releases that have struck a chord with audiences worldwide.Read More
On her third album U kin B the Sun , Vancouver-based singer/songwriter Frazey Ford inhabits an entire world of shapeshifting rhythm, elevating every beat and groove with the subtle magnetism of her mesmerizing voice. With its graceful collision of soul and psychedelia and sometimes ’70s funk, it’s a body of work that invites both self-reflection and wildly joyful movement, and ultimately sparks a quiet transcendence.Read More
While it’s been another tough year without a Festival, we wanted to say once again how grateful we are for your support over the last year. Whether you donated, started volunteering again, watched a show online, purchased tickets to our concert series or the 2022 Winnipeg Folk Fest or just shared some kind words, we…Read More
The prehistory of Shakey Graves exists in two overstuffed folders. Inside them, artifacts document an immense era
of anonymous DIY creativity, from 2007 through 2010 – the three years before Roll The Bones came out and
changed his life.
Dan Mangan is a two-time JUNO award-winning & two-time Polaris Music Prize-listed musician and songwriter. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with his wife and two sons. He has released 5 studio LPs on Arts & Crafts, and toured extensively in North America, Europe & Australia.Read More
Geoffroy is a Montreal-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.
After debuting in 2015 with the Soaked In Gold EP, he released his first full-length album, Coastline, in March 2017 to critical and commercial success, earning the top spot for electronic album in Canada, a spot on the Polaris Music Prize long list and more than 25 million streams worldwide.Read More